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Record No: CB 118952    Version: Council Bill No: CB 118952
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 5/8/2017
Ordinance No: Ord 125304
Title: AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 125207, which adopted the 2017 Budget, including the 2017-2022 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; adding new projects; revising project allocations for certain projects in the 2017-2022 CIP; creating both new exempt and non-exempt positions; modifying positions; making cash transfers between various City funds; lifting a proviso; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.
Sponsors: Tim Burgess
Attachments: 1. Att B - Burke-Gilman Trail Improvements - UW Campus, 2. Att C - NE 43rd Street Improvements v3, 3. Att C - NE 43rd Street Improvements v2
Supporting documents: 1. Att A - Woodland Park Zoo Night Exhibit Renovation, 2. Summary and Fiscal Note, 3. Revised Summary Att A 2017 First Quarter Supplemental Ordinance Summary Detail Table V3 (updated; 5/9/17), 4. Summary Att A - 2017 First Quarter Supplemental Ordinance Summary Detail Table V2, 5. Proposed Substitute, 6. Amendment 1 (added; 4/20/17), 7. Amendment 2 (added; 4/20/17), 8. Amendment 2c (added; 5/4/17), 9. Amendment 3 (added; 4/20/17), 10. Amendment 4b (added; 4/20/17), 11. Amendment 4c (added; 5/4/17), 12. Amendment 5 (added; 5/4/17), 13. Amendment 6b (added; 5/4/17), 14. Amendment 8 (added; 5/4/17), 15. Central Staff Memo, 16. Firearm Surrender Enforcement Timeline, 17. Firearms and Domestic Violence Fact Sheet, 18. Presentation, 19. Signed Ord_125304, 20. Affidavit of Publication

CITY OF SEATTLE

ORDINANCE __________________

COUNCIL BILL __________________

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AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 125207, which adopted the 2017 Budget, including the 2017-2022 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; adding new projects; revising project allocations for certain projects in the 2017-2022 CIP; creating both new exempt and non-exempt positions; modifying positions; making cash transfers between various City funds; lifting a proviso; 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 2017 Budget, appropriations for the following items in the 2017 Budget are increased from the funds shown, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

1.1

Seattle Center Fund (11410)

Seattle Center (CEN)

Community Programs (11410-SC620)

 $96,422

1.2

General Subfund (00100)

Department of Neighborhoods (DON)

Community Building (00100-I3300)

 $8,521

1.3

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

City Finance Division (50300-A4510)

 $300,000

1.4

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

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

 $405,600

1.5

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

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

 $125,000

1.6

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Economic Development (00100-X1D00)

 $50,000

1.7

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (00100-X1N00)

 $47,612

1.8

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Planning and Community Development (00100-X2P00)

 $70,000

1.9

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Code Compliance (15700-U2400)

 $56,682

1.10

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Land Use Services (15700-U2200)

 $110,000

1.11

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Construction Permit Services (15700-U2300)

 $119,000

1.12

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Construction Inspections (15700-U23A0)

 $115,000

1.13

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Code Compliance (15700-U2400)

 $55,000

1.14

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Annual Certification and Inspection (15700-U24A0)

 $32,000

1.15

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $450,000

1.16

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $144,100

1.17

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 $420,387

1.18

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Engineering and Operations (50410-D3300)

 $200,000

1.19

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Business Office (50410-D1100)

 $400,000

1.20

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Application Services (50410-D6600)

 $50,000

1.21

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 $39,550

1.22

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 $100,000

1.23

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 $10,000

1.24

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Application Services (50410-D6600)

 $92,989

1.25

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 $67,691

1.26

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Operations (00100-F3000)

 $622,649

1.27

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

South Precinct Patrol (00100-P6500)

 $90,249

1.28

Library Fund (10410)

The Seattle Public Library (SPL)

The Seattle Public Library (10410-B0SPL)

 $45,450

1.29

Library Fund (10410)

The Seattle Public Library (SPL)

The Seattle Public Library (10410-B0SPL)

 $15,000

1.30

Library Fund (10410)

The Seattle Public Library (SPL)

The Seattle Public Library (10410-B0SPL)

 $450,000

1.31

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR)

Administrative Services (00100-N2000)

$27,389

1.32

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Digital Engagement (50410-D4400)

 $25,000

1.33

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 $50,000

1.34

General Subfund (00100)

Law Department (LAW)

Criminal (00100-J1500)

$100,152

1.35

General Subfund (00100)

Legislative Department (LEG)

Legislative Department (00100- G1100)

$200,000

1.36

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Civil Rights (00100-X1R00)

$50,000

1.37

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Support to Operating Funds (00100-2QE00)

$46,040

1.38

Park and Recreation Fund (10200)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Swimming, Boating, and Aquatics (10200-K310C)

$26,040

1.39

Park and Recreation Fund (10200)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Park Cleaning, Landscaping, and Recreation (10200-K320B)

$20,000

Total

$5,333,523

Section 2. 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 2017 Budget, appropriations for the following items in the 2017 Budget are increased from the funds shown, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

2.1

Department of Education Fund (14100)

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

K-12 (14100-ED400)

 $300,000

2.2

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 $100,000

2.3

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Special Investigations (00100-P7800)

 $16,420

2.4

Library Fund (10410)

The Seattle Public Library (SPL)

The Seattle Public Library (10410-B0SPL)

 $165,000

2.5

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Digital Engagement (50410-D4400)

$40,000

2.6

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

South Precinct Patrol (000100-P6500)

$133,120

Total

$754,540

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

Section 3. The Woodland Park Zoo Night Exhibit Renovation-ID: K732506 project, as described in Attachment A to this ordinance, the Burke-Gilman Trail Improvements - UW Campus Project (TC367880) project, as described in Attachment B to this ordinance, and the NE 43rd Street Improvements (TC367900) project, as described in Attachment C to this ordinance are established in the 2017-2022 Adopted Capital Improvement Program.

Section 4. 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 2017 Budget was adopted, the appropriations and project allocations for the following items in the 2017 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)

4.1

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Building Component Renovations (00164-K72444)

 $1,000,000

Woodland Park Zoo Night Exhibit Renovation (K732506)

(($0)) $1,000

4.2

2008 Parks Levy Fund (33860)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Opportunity Fund (33860-K720041)

 $600,000

Yesler Terrace Neighborhood Park Development (K730203)

(($0)) $600

4.3

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - REET I Subaccount (00163)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

Public Safety Facilities - Police (00163-A1PS1)

 $180,000

Police Facilities (A1PS101)

(($0)) $180

4.4

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $50,000

Market/45th Multimodal Corridor project (TC367790)

(($0)) $50

4.5

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $750,000

Burke-Gilman Trail Improvements - UW Campus Project (TC367880)

(($0)) $750

4.6

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $1,000,000

NE 43rd Street Improvements Project (TC367900)

(($0)) $1,000

4.7

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Major Projects (10310-19002)

 $4,540,000

First Hill Streetcar project (TC367100) 

(($0)) $4,540

4.8

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Major Maintenance/Replacement (10310-19001)

 $170,000

Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement Program (TC366850)

(($14,243)) $14,413

4.9

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Application Services (50410-D6600)

 $260,000

Applications Development - General Fund (C601TC000)

(($389)) $649

4.10

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Application Services (50410-D6600)

 $125,000

Applications Development - SPD (D601TCSPD)

(($3,091)) $3,216

4.11

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Application Services (50410-D6600)

 $558,102

SRI Side System Support (D601TC004)

(($5,518)) $6,076

Total

$9,233,102

 

(($23,241)) $32,474

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 125207.

Section 5. Contingent upon the execution of the grant or other funding agreement authorized in Section 1 of the ordinance introduced as Council Bill 118951, 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 2017 Budget was adopted, the appropriations for the following items in the 2017 Budget are increased as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

5.1

Department of Education Fund (14100)

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

Director's Office (14100-ED100)

 $207,500

5.2

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Citywide and Neighborhood Projects (00164-K72449)

 $110,000

5.3

2008 Parks Levy Fund (33860)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Opportunity Fund (33860-K720041)

 $600,000

5.4

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

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

 $1,060,478

5.5

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

Youth and Family Empowerment (16200-H20YF)

 $80,000

5.6

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment (00100-X1000)

 $25,000

5.7

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment (00100-X1000)

 $5,000

5.8

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $104,300

5.9

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $68,500

5.10

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $31,450

5.11

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $3,000

5.12

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Chief of Police (00100-P1000)

 $673,166

5.13

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Chief of Police (0010-P1000)

 $44,200

5.14

General Subfund

Office of City Auditor

Office of the City Auditor (00100-VG000)

$2,773,692

Total

$5,786,286

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

Section 6. The following new positions are created in Seattle Center, the Department of Education and Early Learning, the Department of Neighborhoods, the Human Services Department, Seattle City Light, and the Seattle Police Department:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

6.1

Seattle Center (CEN)

Arts Prgm Spec

Full-time

1.0

6.2

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

Early Ed Spec, Sr

Full-time

1.0

6.3

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

Human Svcs Coord

Full-time

1.0

6.4

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

Admin Staff Asst

Full-time

1.0

6.5

Department of Neighborhoods (DON)

Administrative Specialist II

Full-time

1.0

6.6

Human Services Department (HSD)

Plng&Dev Spec II

Full-time

1.0

6.7

Human Services Department (HSD)

Human Svcs Prgm Supv,Sr

Full-time

1.0

6.8

Human Services Department (HSD)

Counslr-BU

Full-time

9.0

6.9

Human Services Department (HSD)

Counslr,Sr

Full-time

1.0

6.10

Human Services Department (HSD)

Counslr,Sr

Full-time

1.0

6.11

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Electrical Engineer Associate

Full-time

3.0

6.12

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Line Crew Chief

Full-time

4.0

6.13

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Equip&Facilities Coord

Full-time

1.0

Total

26.0

The Director of Seattle Center, the Director of Education, the Director of the Department of Neighborhoods, the Director of Human Services Department, the General Manager & Chief Executive Officer of Seattle City Light, and the Chief of Police are authorized to fill these positions subject to applicable civil service and personnel rules and laws.

Section 7. The following new position, which is exempt from Civil Service and Public Safety Civil Service rules and laws, are created in the Department of Education and Early Learning and the Law Department:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

7.1

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

Manager1,Exempt

Full-time

1.0

7.2

Law Department (LAW)

City Prosecutor,Asst - BU

Full-time

1.0

7.3

Law Department (LAW)

Paralegal,Sr

Full-time

1.0

Total

3.0

The Director of Education and the City Attorney are authorized to fill this positions subject to applicable personnel rules and employment laws.

Section 8. Effective June 1, 2017, the following position is abrogated in the Department of Education and Early Learning.

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

8.1

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

AdminSpec II-BU

Part-time

1.0

Total

1.0

Section 9. Effective June 1, 2017, the following positions are transferred between the Seattle Police Department and the Seattle Information Technology Department.

Item

Department

Position Title

Position #

Number

9.1

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Executive 2

00022944

(1.0)

 

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

 

 

1.0

9.2

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Info Tech Prof B (Pos.

10004781

(1.0)

 

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

 

 

1.0

9.3

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Executive 3

10005567

(1.0)

 

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

 

 

1.0

Total

0.0

 

Section 10. Effective June 1, 2017, the following positions are increased from part-time status to full-time status in Seattle City Light, the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections, the Seattle Department of Human Resources, and the Seattle Police Department:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position #

Position Status

Number

10.1

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Sr. Environmental Analyst

10004111

Full-time

1.0

10.2

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Inspection Support Anlyst

10005393

Full-time

1.0

10.3

Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR)

Workers' Comp Anlyst

00025344

Full-time

1.0

10.4

Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR)

StratAdvsr1,Fin,Bud,&Actg

10003540

Full-time

1.0

10.5

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Admin Spec I

00025223

Full-time

1.0

Total

5.0

 

Section 11. Effective June 1, 2017, the following positions is reclassified in the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections:

Item

Department

Position #

Old Position Title

New Position Title

Position Status

11.1

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

10005393

Housing/Zoning Inspector position

Inspection Support Anlyst

Full-Time

 

Section 12. The appropriations for the following items in the 2017 Budget are modified, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

12.1

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Chief of Police (00100-P1000)

 $103,000

 

 

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

 ($103,000)

12.2

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Street Maintenance (10310-17005)

 $400,000

 

 

 

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 ($400,000)

12.3

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 $125,000

 

 

 

ROW Management (10310-17004)

 ($125,000)

12.4

General Subfund (00100)

Department of Neighborhoods (DON)

Executive Leadership and Administration (00100-I3100)

 $12,000

 

 

Office of the Mayor (MO)

Office of the Mayor (00100-X1A00)

 ($12,000)

12.5

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Power Management and Strategic Planning O&M (41000-SCL730)

 $3,900,000

 

 

 

Taxes (41000-SCL820)

($3,900,000)

12.6

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution O&M (41000-SCL330)

 $12,317,259

 

 

 

Power Management and Strategic Planning O&M (41000-SCL730)

($12,317,259)

12.7

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Administrative Services O&M (41000-SCL400)

 $2,462,195

 

 

 

Power Management and Strategic Planning O&M (41000-SCL730)

($2,462,195)

Total

$0

 

 

Section 13. The appropriations for the following items in the 2017 Budget are modified, as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

13.1

Office of Housing (16600)

Office of Housing (OH)

Office of Housing Operating Fund (16600-XZ600)

 $290,000

 

General Subfund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

 ($290,000)

13.2

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Chief Operating Officer (00100-P1600)

 $16,258

 

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 ($16,258)

Total

$0

                     Section 14. To support appropriations transfers for items, (1.10, 1.12,1.13), (13.1), (1.32, 4.10, 13.2), (2.1), (1.5) and (15.2) cash is hereby transferred as shown in the following table:

Item

Fund

Amount

Transferred  (In / Out)

14.1

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

 $39,000

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($39,000)

Transferred Out

14.2

Office of Housing (16600)

 $290,000

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($290,000)

Transferred Out

14.3

Information Technology Fund (50410)

 $133,742

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($133,742)

Transferred Out

14.4

Department of Education Fund (14100)

 $300,000

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($300,000)

Transferred Out

14.5

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

 $125,000

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($125,000)

Transferred Out

14.6

Industrial Insurance Subfund (00516)

 $246,890

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($246,890)

Transferred Out

14.7

Information Technology Fund (50410)

 $1,567,128

Transferred In

 

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

  ($1,567,128)

Transferred Out

Total

$0

 

Section 15. Appropriations in the 2017 Adopted Budget and project allocations in the 2017-2022 Adopted Capital Improvement Program, as adjusted by subsequent ordinance, for the Seattle Department of Transportation are further modified as follows:

Item

Fund

Depart-ment

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriat-ion Change

CIP Project Name

2017 Project  Allocation  (in $000’s)

15.1

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transport-aion (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

($712,556)

Bike Share Expansion (TC367690) *

(($3,513)) $463

 

 

 

 

 

Pedestrian Master Plan Implementation (TC367150)

(($8,730)) $9,767

 

 

 

 

 

Pedestrian Master Plan- School Safety (TC367100)

(($3,592)) $4,892

 

 

 

Major Maintenance/Replacement (10310-19001)

$1,250,000

Bike Master Plan Program (TC366670)

(($10,165)) $11,415

 

 

 

Bridges & Structures (10310-17001)

($537,444)

 

 

15.2

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SEAIT)

Application Services (50410-D6600)

 $1,567,128

Permit System Integration (D601TCPSI)

(($2,634)) $4,201

 

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

Regulatory Compliance and Consumer Protection (50300-A4530)

 ($1,567,128)

 

 

Net Change

$0

 

(($28,634)) $30,738

*                     Amounts transferred are from prior year unspent budget authority automatically carried forward to 2017

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 125207.

Section 16. The appropriation for the following items in the 2017 Adopted Budget are reduced from the funds shown: as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

16.1

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection (SDCI)

Code Compliance (15700-U2400)

($100,000)

16.2

General Fund (00100)

Finance General (FG)

Support to Operating Funds (00100-2QE00)

 ($100,000)

Total

($200,000)

 

Section 17. The restrictions imposed by the following budget proviso that limits the spending on the following item is removed because the conditions set forth in the proviso are no longer restrictions for any purpose, including those set forth in subsection 1.c of Ordinance 125207 and filed in Clerk File 314362.

Item

Department

Green Sheet

Proviso Description

Budget Control Level

17.1

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection (SDCI)

140-1-A-1

“Of the appropriation in the 2017 budget for Seattle Department of Construction’s (SDCI) Code Compliance BCL, $125,000 is appropriated solely for a design competition for pre-approved plans for detached accessory dwelling units (DADUs) and development of a webpage to increase marketing and promotion to property owners about attached accessory dwelling units and DADUs. Furthermore, none of the money so appropriated may be spent until the Director of SDCI files a specific work plan for this funding with the City Clerk, with a copy sent to the Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee Chair."

Code Compliance (15700-U2400)

 

Section 18. Ordinance 125207, adopting the 2017 Budget, is amended by adding the following proviso:

Proviso:

Of the appropriation for 2017 for the Executive Department’s Planning and Community Development Budget Control Level, $50,000 of the $200,000 currently allotted in technical assistance funds shall be used solely for the provision of technical support to the Ethiopian Community in Seattle to assist with applications for City funding for underserved communities under the City’s Equitable Development Initiative to support the development of an Ethiopian Community Center.

Section 19. 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 2017 Budget.

Section 20. Any act consistent with the authority of this ordinance taken prior to its effective date is hereby ratified and confirmed.

 

Section 21. 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 ________________________, 2017, and signed by me in open session in authentication of its passage this _____ day of ___________________, 2017.

 

                                                                                                         ____________________________________

                                                                                                         President __________ of the City Council

 

                     Approved by me this ____ day of _____________________, 2017.

 

____________________________________

                                                                                                         Edward B. Murray, Mayor

 

                     Filed by me this ____ day of __________________________, 2017.

 

____________________________________

                                                                                                         Monica Martinez Simmons, City Clerk

 

(Seal)

Attachments:

Attachment A - Woodland Park Zoo Night Exhibit Renovation

Attachment B - Burke-Gilman Trail Improvements - UW Campus

Attachment C - NE 43rd Street Improvements