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Record No: CB 118888    Version: Council Bill No: CB 118888
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 1/9/2017
Ordinance No: Ord 125243
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to the sale of City real property for multifamily development; declaring the property located at 12705 30th Avenue Northeast surplus to the City's needs and authorizing its sale to the Low Income Housing Institute or its designee; and authorizing the Director of Finance and Administrative Services to execute and deliver the contract for transfer of land, deed, and related documents.
Sponsors: Tim Burgess
Attachments: 1. Att A - Term Sheet
Supporting documents: 1. Substitute Bill v7 (added; 1/4/17), 2. Proposed Substitute, 3. Summary and Fiscal Note, 4. Summary Att A - Map of Area, 5. Mayor's Letter, 6. Presentation, 7. Signed Ord 125243, 8. Affidavit of Publication
CITY OF SEATTLE
ORDINANCE __________________
COUNCIL BILL __________________
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AN ORDINANCE relating to the sale of City real property for multifamily development; declaring the property located at 12705 30th Avenue Northeast surplus to the City's needs and authorizing its sale to the Low Income Housing Institute or its designee; and authorizing the Director of Finance and Administrative Services to execute and deliver the contract for transfer of land, deed, and related documents.
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WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 82426, The City of Seattle acquired the property at 12705 30th Avenue Northeast (Property) by annexation in 1953, and used it continuously until 2010 for Fire Station 39; and
WHEREAS, on November 4, 2003, Seattle voters approved the Fire Facilities and Emergency Response Levy Program (Fire Facilities Program), proposed under Ordinance 121230, which included funds for a new Fire Station 39, which is now operational; and
WHEREAS, the funding plan for the Fire Facilities Program assumed that the proceeds from the sale of former Fire Station 39 would be deposited back into that program; however, other funding sources have been identified and proceeds from this property are not needed; and
WHEREAS, in 2011, the Seattle City Council adopted Resolution 31292 stating the intent to review alternatives for meeting shelter needs in the city, including renovating Fire Station 39 as a possible long-term shelter or housing facility; and
WHEREAS, in 2012, the City Council adopted a Statement of Legislative Intent requesting the Executive to develop a proposal for the future development of Fire Station 39 to include long-term housing for low-income or formerly homeless individuals or families; and
WHEREAS, at the request of the City Council, the Executive included in the 2013 -2014 Proposed Budget, $950,000 in funding to support the capital costs associated with the development of low-income housing at Fire Station 39, with those funds specifically targeted for...

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