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Record No: CB 118752    Version: Council Bill No: CB 118752
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 9/6/2016
Ordinance No: Ord 125119
Title: AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 124927, which adopted the 2016 Budget, including the 2016-2021 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; creating both exempt and nonexempt positions; modifying positions; adding new projects; making cash transfers between various City funds; revising project allocations for certain projects in the 2016-2021 CIP; revising project descriptions; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.
Sponsors: Tim Burgess
Attachments: 1. Att B - Joint Preschool Site and Tenant Improvements
Supporting documents: 1. Att A - Human Resources Information, 2. Summary and Fiscal Note, 3. Summary Att A - 2016 Second Quarter Supplemental Ordinance Summary Detail Table v2, 4. Central Staff Memo (updated; added 8/18/16), 5. Central Staff Memo (8/17/16), 6. Signed Ord 125119, 7. Affidavit of Publication

CITY OF SEATTLE

ORDINANCE __________________

COUNCIL BILL __________________

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AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 124927, which adopted the 2016 Budget, including the 2016-2021 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; creating both exempt and nonexempt positions; modifying positions; adding new projects; making cash transfers between various City funds; revising project allocations for certain projects in the 2016-2021 CIP; revising project descriptions; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.

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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SEATTLE AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. In order to pay for necessary costs and expenses incurred or to be incurred, but for which insufficient appropriations were made due to causes that could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time of making the 2016 Budget, appropriations for the following items in the 2016 Budget are increased from the funds shown, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

1.1

Cable Television  Franchise Subfund (00160)

Cable Television Franchise Subfund (CBLFEE)

Cable Fee Support to  Information Technology Fund (00160-D160B)

 $100,000

1.2

Information  Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology  Department (SEAIT)

Digital Engagement (50410-Y4400)

 $100,000

1.3

Information  Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology  Department (SEAIT)

Leadership, Planning and Security (50410-Y2200)

 $25,000

1.4

Information  Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology  Department (SEAIT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-Y5500)

$589,955

1.5

Information  Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology  Department (SEAIT)

Leadership, Planning and Security (50410-Y2200)

 $100,725

1.6

General Subfund (00100)

Department of Neighborhoods (DON)

Community Building (00100-I3300)

 $50,000

1.7

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and  Inspections (SDCI)

Code Compliance (15700-U2400)

 $37,401

1.8

Election Vouchers Fund (12300)

Ethics and Elections Commission (ETH)

Election Vouchers (12300-VT123)

 $1,451,000

1.9

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

 $600,000

1.10

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Support to Operating Funds (00100-2QE00)

 $200,000

1.11

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Appropriation to General Fund Subfunds and  Special Funds (00100-2QA00)

 $1,487,000

1.12

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Support to Operating Funds (00100-2QE00)

 $37,401

1.13

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department  of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 $200,000

1.14

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department  of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $3,000,000

1.15

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department  of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $100,000

1.16

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department  of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $684,000

1.17

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department  of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $690,680

1.18

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department  of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 $150,000

1.19

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Special Operations (00100-P3400)

 $175,000

1.20

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Special Operations (00100-P3400)

 $136,400

1.21

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Narcotics Investigations (00100-P7700)

 $40,000

1.22

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Administrative Operations (00100-P8000)

 $2,047,476

Total

$12,002,038

Section 2. The Human Resources Information (D601TC001) project as described in Attachment A to this ordinance, and the Joint Preschool Site and Tenant Improvements (K732498) project as described in Attachment B to this ordinance, are established in the 2016-2021 Adopted Capital Improvement Program.

Section 3. In order to pay for necessary capital costs and expenses incurred or to be incurred, but for which insufficient appropriations were made due to causes that could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time the 2016 Budget was adopted, the appropriations and project allocations for the following items in the 2016 Budget are increased from the funds shown, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

Allocation (in $000’s)

3.1

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle  Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Business  Office (50410-Y1100)

 $1,487,600

Data Analytics Platform -  Seattle Police Department (D102TR005)

(($0)) $1,488

3.2

Preschool Services Fund (17861)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Building Component Renovations (17861-K72444)

 $1,900,000

Joint Preschool Site and Tenant Improvements (K732498)

(($0))  $1,900

3.3

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $2,000,000

S Lander St. Grade  Separation (TC366150)

(($0)) $2,000

3.4

Water Fund (43000)

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Technology (43000-C510B-WU)

 $4,600,000

Customer Contact & Billing (C5402)

(($5,108)) $9,708

3.5

Drainage and Wastewater Fund (44010)

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Technology (44010-C510B-DW)

 $4,400,000

Customer Contact & Billing (C5402)

(($4,983)) $9,383

3.6

Solid Waste Fund (45010)

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Technology (45010-C510B-SW)

 $4,500,000

Customer Contact & Billing (C5402)

(($4,661)) $9,161

3.7

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Customer Focused - CIP (41000-SCL370)

$5,800,000

New Customer Information System (9937)

(($9,255)) $15,055

3.8

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Power Supply & Environmental Affairs - CIP (41000-SCL250)

$100,000

Miscellaneous Building  Improvements (9007)

(($1,119)) $1,219

Total

$24,787,600

 

(($25,126)) $49,914

Allocation modifications for the Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle City Light, and Seattle Public Utilities in this section shall operate for the purposes of increasing or decreasing the base for the limit imposed by subsection 4(c) of Ordinance 124927.

Section 4. Contingent upon the execution of the grant or other funding agreement authorized in Section 1 of the ordinance introduced as C.B. 118751, and in order to pay for necessary costs and expenses for which insufficient appropriations were made due to causes that could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time the 2016 Budget was adopted, the appropriations for the following items in the 2016 Budget are increased as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

4.1

Arts Account (00140)

Executive

Arts Account (00140-VA140)

 $40,000

4.2

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Forest Restoration (00164-K72442)

 $1,920,250

4.3

2008 Parks Levy Fund (33860)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

2008 Parks Levy- Neighborhood Parks and Playgrounds (33860-K720020)

 $40,000

4.4

2008 Parks Levy Fund (33860)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Opportunity Fund (33860-K720041)

 $19,000

4.5

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Fix It First - CIP (00164-K720300)

 $250,000

4.6

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services  Department (HSD)

Aging and Disability Services - Area Agency on Aging (16200-H60AD)

 $81,623

4.7

General Subfund (00100)

Legislative  Department (LEG)

Legislative Department (00100-G1100)

 $9,473

4.8

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment  (00100-X1000)

 $49,086

4.9

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire  Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $882,948

4.10

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire  Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $7,280

4.11

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Special Operations (00100-P3400)

 $42,024

4.12

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Special Operations (00100-P3400)

 $43,000

Total

$3,384,684

Unspent funds so appropriated shall carry forward to subsequent fiscal years until they are exhausted or abandoned by ordinance.

Section 5. The following new positions are created in the Executive Department’s Office of Arts and Culture, the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections, Seattle City Light, the Seattle Police Department, and Seattle Public Utilities:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

5.1

Executive

Admin Staff Asst

Full-Time

1.0

5.2

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Housing/Zoning  Inspector

Full-Time

1.0

5.3

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Electrical Inspector Sr.

Full-Time

1.0

5.4

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Electrical Inspector Sr.

Full-Time

1.0

5.5

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Land Use Plnr III

Full-Time

4.0

5.6

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Permit Tech

Full-Time

1.0

5.7

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Permit Spec II

Full-Time

1.0

5.8

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Permit Spec Supv

Full-Time

1.0

5.9

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Building Plans  Examiner

Full-Time

5.0

5.10

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Building Plans  Examiner Supv

Full-Time

1.0

5.11

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Mechl Plans  Engr

Full-Time

1.0

5.12

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Building Inspector Sr. Expert

Full-Time

1.0

5.13

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Noise Contrl Prgrm Spec

Full-Time

2.0

5.14

Seattle City Light (SCL)

StatAdvsr2,Util

Full-Time

1.0

5.15

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Mgmt Systs Anlyst, Sr

Full-Time

1.0

5.16

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Plng&Dev Spec, Sr

Full-Time

1.0

5.17

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Pol Ofcr-Patrl

Full-Time

42.0

5.18

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Info Tech Prof B

Full-Time

1.0

5.19

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

StratAdvsr2

Full-Time

2.0

5.20

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Mgmt Systs Anlyst

Full-Time

1.0

Total

70.0

The Mayor or his designee, the Director of the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections, General Manager and Chief Executive Officer of Seattle City Light, the Chief of Police, and the Director of Seattle Public Utilities are authorized to fill these positions subject to applicable civil service and personnel rules and laws.

Section 6. The following new positions, which are exempt from Civil Service and Public Safety Civil Service rules and laws, are created in the Department of Finance and Administrative Services, the Seattle Police Department, the Seattle Information Technology Department, and Seattle Public Utilities:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

6.1

Department of Finance &  Administrative Services (FAS)

StratAdvsr1,Exempt

Full-Time

1.0

6.2

Department of Finance &  Administrative Services (FAS)

Manager1, Exempt

Full-Time

1.0

6.3

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Executive 3

Full-Time

1.0

6.4

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Info Tech Prof A, Exempt

Full-Time

1.0

6.5

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Technology Professional A

Full-Time

1.0

6.6

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Info Tech Prof A, Exempt

Full-Time

2.0

6.7

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Info Tech Prof A, Exempt

Full-Time

1.0

Total

8.0

The Director of Finance and Administrative Services, the Chief of Police, the Chief Technology Officer, and the Director of Seattle Public Utilities are authorized to fill these positions subject to applicable personnel rules and employment laws.

Section 7. Effective August 1, 2016, the following position is transferred from the Seattle Information Technology Department to the Seattle Police Department:

Item

Position Title

Position #

Position Status

Department

Number

7.1

StratAdvsr2,CL&PS

00025570

Full-Time

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

(1.0)

 

 

 

 

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

1.0

Section 8. The appropriations for the following items in the 2016 Budget are modified, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

8.1

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Administrative Operations (00100-P8000)

 $2,787,745

 

 

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

($2,787,745)

8.2

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police  Department (SPD)

Chief of Police (00100-P1000)

$46,000

 

 

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

($46,000)

Total

$0

Section 9. The appropriations for the following items in the 2016 Budget are modified, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

9.1

Human Services  Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services  Department (HSD)

Community Support and Assistance (16200-H30ET)

 $150,000

 

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

($150,000)

Total

$0

Section 10. The appropriations for the following items in the 2016 Budget are modified, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

Allocation (in $000’s)

10.1

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle  Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Engineering and Operations (50410-Y3300)

 $500,000

Human  Resources  Information (D601TC001)

(($0))  $500

 

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance &  Administrative Services (FAS)

Information Technology (50300-A1IT)

 ($500,000)

Human  Resources  Information System (HRIS) (A1IT05)

(($500)) $0

Total

$0

 

$0

                     Section 11. To support appropriations for items 9.1 and 10.1, cash is hereby transferred as shown in the following table:

Item

Fund

Amount

Transferred (In / Out)

11.1

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

$150,000

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($150,000)

Transferred Out

11.2

Information Technology Fund (50410)

$500,000

Transferred In

 

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

 ($500,000)

Transferred Out

Total

$0

 

Section 12. Appropriations in the 2016 Adopted Budget and project allocations in the 2016-2021 Adopted Capital Improvement Program, as adjusted by subsequent ordinance, for the Seattle Department of Transportation are further modified as follows:

Item

Fund

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

2016 Project Allocation  (in $000’s)

12.1

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Major Maintenance/ Replacement (10310-19001)

 $1,600,000

Retaining Wall  Repair and Restoration (TC365890)

(($212)) $1,812

 

 

Street Maintenance (10310-17005)

 ($1,600,000)

 

 

12.2

Transportation  Operating Fund (10310)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

($315,000)

Transit Corridor  Improvements (TC366860)

(($4,773)) $3,899

 

 

 

 

23rd Avenue Corridor Improvements (TC367420)

(($13,181)) $13,740

 

 

Major Maintenance/ Replacement (10310-19001)

 $315,000

Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Program (TC365440)

(($19,600)) $19,915

Net Change

$0

 

$0

All allocation modifications in this section shall operate for the purposes of increasing or decreasing the base for the limit imposed by subsection 4(c) of Ordinance 124927.

Section 13. Appropriations in the 2016 Adopted Budget and project allocations in the 2016-2021 Adopted Capital Improvement Program, as adjusted by subsequent ordinance, for
Seattle City Light are further modified as follows:

Item

Fund

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

2016 Project  Allocation  (in $000’s)

13.1

City Light Fund (41000)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

$0

Denny Substation Transmission Lines (7125)

(($257)) $2,257

 

 

 

 

Transmission Capacity (7011)

(($2,026)) $526

 

 

 

 

Distribution Automation (8425)

(($3,190)) $2,690

13.2

City Light Fund (41000)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

($1,686,536)

Substation Equipment  Improvements (7752)

(($4,522)) $3,522

 

 

 

 

Substation Breaker Replacements and Reliability Additions (7779)

(($5,025)) $4,525

 

 

 

 

Overhead Equipment  Replacements (8351)

(($21,010)) $17,010

 

 

 

 

Underground System Capacity Additions (8361)

(($2,715)) $5,715

 

 

Customer  Focused - CIP (41000-SCL370)

$1,686,536

Underground Outage  Replacements (8352)

(($1,126)) $626

 

 

 

 

Medium Overhead and  Underground Services (8366)

(($10,371)) $12,371

 

 

 

 

Small Overhead and Underground Services (8367)

(($6,200)) $5,700

 

 

 

 

Normal Emergency (8379)

(($494)) $1,994

13.3

City Light Fund (41000)

Power Supply & Environmental Affairs - CIP (41000-SCL250)

$0

Boundary Dam - Instrumentation Upgrade and Integration (6343)

(($278)) $1,078

 

 

 

 

Power Production - Network Controls (6385)

(($1,513)) $1,113

 

 

 

 

Skagit - Facilities Energy  Conservation Program (6515)

(($575))  $175

13.4

City Light Fund (41000)

Power Supply & Environmental Affairs - CIP (41000-SCL250)

$0

Boundary - Unit 55 Exciter  Replacement (6602)

(($228)) $1,028

 

 

 

 

Boundary Switchyard - Generator Step-up Transformers (6493)

(($7,156)) $6,656

 

 

 

 

Diablo Facility - Lines Protection Upgrades (6483)

(($405))  $105

Net Change

$0

 

$0

All allocation modifications in this section shall operate for the purposes of increasing or decreasing the base for the limit imposed by subsection 4(c) of Ordinance 124927.

Section 14. The following appropriations for the Seattle Department of Transportation from the funds displayed are abandoned effective August 1, 2016, in the amounts shown or in such lesser amount as the City Budget Director determines remains unexpended and unencumbered from each appropriation as of that date:

Item

Fund

Budget Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

2016 Project Allocation  (in $000’s)

14.1

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

($1,000,000)

Pedestrian Master Plan - New Sidewalks (TC367600)

(($10,561)) $9,561

Net Change

($1,000,000)

 

(($10,561)) $9,561

All allocation modifications in this item shall operate for the purposes of increasing or decreasing the base for the limit imposed by subsection 4(c) of Ordinance 124927.

Section 15. In accordance with RCW 35.32A.060, by reason of the facts above stated, some of the foregoing appropriations are made to meet actual necessary expenditures of the City for which insufficient appropriations have been made, due to causes which could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time of the making of the 2016 Budget.

Section 16. Any act consistent with the authority of this ordinance taken prior to its effective date is hereby ratified and confirmed.

 

Section 17. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force 30 days after its approval by the Mayor, but if not approved and returned by the Mayor within ten days after presentation, it shall take effect as provided by Seattle Municipal Code Section 1.04.020.

Passed by a three-fourths vote of all the members of the City Council the ____ day of ________________________, 2016, and signed by me in open session in authentication of its passage this _____ day of ___________________, 2016.

 

                                                                                                         ____________________________________

                                                                                                         President __________ of the City Council

 

                     Approved by me this ____ day of _____________________, 2016.

 

____________________________________

                                                                                                         Edward B. Murray, Mayor

 

                     Filed by me this ____ day of __________________________, 2016.

 

____________________________________

                                                                                                         Monica Martinez Simmons, City Clerk

 

(Seal)

Attachments:

Attachment A - Human Resources Information (D601TC001)

Attachment B - Joint Preschool Site and Tenant Improvements (K732498)