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Record No: CB 118951    Version: Council Bill No: CB 118951
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 5/8/2017
Ordinance No: Ord 125303
Title: AN ORDINANCE authorizing, in 2017, acceptance of funding from non-City sources; authorizing the heads of the Executive Department, Department of Education and Early Learning, Department of Parks and Recreation, Human Services Department, Seattle Fire Department, Seattle Police Department, and Seattle City Light, to accept specified grants and private funding and to execute, deliver, and perform corresponding agreements; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Sponsors: Tim Burgess
Supporting documents: 1. Summary and Fiscal Note, 2. Revised Summary Att A - Grant Acceptance Detail Table v2 (updated 5/9/17), 3. Summary Att A – 2017 First Quarter Grant Acceptance Ordinance Summary Detail Table v1, 4. Amendment 1 (added; 4/20/17), 5. Central Staff Memo, 6. Signed Ord_125303, 7. Affidavit of Publication

CITY OF SEATTLE

ORDINANCE __________________

COUNCIL BILL __________________

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AN ORDINANCE authorizing, in 2017, acceptance of funding from non-City sources; authorizing the heads of the Executive Department, Department of Education and Early Learning, Department of Parks and Recreation, Human Services Department, Seattle Fire Department, Seattle Police Department, and Seattle City Light, to accept specified grants and private funding and to execute, deliver, and perform corresponding agreements; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.

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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SEATTLE AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. The Mayor or the Mayor’s designee, the Director of Education, the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation, the Director of the Human Services Department, the Fire Chief, and the Chief of Police, are authorized to accept the following non-City funding from the grantors listed below, and to execute, deliver, and perform, on behalf of The City of Seattle, agreements for the purposes described below. The funds, when received, shall be deposited in the receiving fund identified below to support, or as reimbursement for, the corresponding appropriations set forth in the ordinance introduced as Council Bill 118952.

Item

Department

Grantor

Purpose

Amount

Fund

1.1

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

The Casey Family Foundation

This grant will support the "Improve School Climate" component of the Seattle Education Action Plan. Funding is expected to be spent in the 2017-18 school period.

 $207,500

Department of Education Fund (14100)

1.2

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Group Health

This supports the existing Neighborhood Response Program project (K732416) and will be used to support fitness zones at Georgetown Playfield, Pratt Park, Brighton Playfield, and one additional site to be determined by the beneficiary by mid-April.

 $110,000

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

1.3

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Seattle Housing Authority

This donation will support the current Yesler Terrace Neighborhood Park Development project (K730203) and will be used to develop a new neighborhood park in the Yesler Terrace community.

 $600,000

2008 Parks Levy Fund (33860)

1.4

Human Services Department (HSD)

Medicaid

Aging and Disability Services has been allocated state funds to start the new Medicaid Transformation Project (1115 Waiver).

$1,060,478   

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

1.5

Human Services Department (HSD)

Workforce Development Council

This award will support low-income youth ages 14-24 with paid work experiences through the Mayor's Youth Employment Initiative.

 $80,000

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

1.6

Executive

Russell Family Foundation

This grant will be used to foster dialogue and action on race, equity and environmental goals.

 $25,000

General Subfund (00100)

1.7

Executive

Seattle Children's

These funds will support the Fresh Bucks program to increase healthy food access.

 $5,000

General Subfund (00100)

1.8

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

State of Washington Department of Ecology

This grant provides funds to SFD to purchase equipment and materials to increase spill response capacity in Washington State.

 $104,300

General Subfund (00100)

1.9

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Washington State Department of Transportation

These funds continue to provide construction service assistance by dedicated staff in the Fire Marshall’s Office for the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project.

 $68,500

General Subfund (00100)

1.10

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Department of Public Health Seattle King County

These funds will allow SFD Cadets to provide training and outreach on 911 education, safety and CPR to Seattle’s vulnerable populations.

 $31,450

General Subfund (00100)

1.11

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

This item will true up SFD's Port Security Grant 2016 to the final award amount of $2,216,012

 $3,000

General Subfund (00100)

1.12

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance

This grant funds law enforcement programs in Seattle and surrounding jurisdictions. In Seattle, the grant supports crime prevention services.

 $673,166

General Subfund (00100)

1.13

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Washington State Traffic Safety Commission

This grant funds supplemental traffic enforcement with special emphasis on impaired and distracted driving, seat belt and motorcycle safety.

 $44,200

General Subfund (00100)

1.14

Office of City Auditor

United States Department of Justice - National Institute of Justice

This award funds the implementation and impact evaluation of the Rainier Beach Campus Safety Continuum, designed to reduce disparity in school discipline and youth contact with the criminal justice system.

$2,773,693

General Subfund (00100)

Total

$5,786,287

 

 

                     

                     Section 2. The Director of Seattle City Light is authorized to accept the following non-City funding from the grantors listed below, and to execute, deliver, and perform, on behalf of The City of Seattle, agreements for the purposes described below.

Item

Department

Grantor

Purpose

Amount

Fund

2.1

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Washington State Department of Commerce

Executes a grant agreement with the Washington State Department of Commerce for the Solar Microgrid for Resiliency Project. The budget authority for the grant was approved in the 2016 4th quarter supplemental budget but there was no language that specifically asked for “contractual authority," which is needed to enter into a contract with the State.

 $1,500,000

City Light Fund (41000)

Total

$1,500,000

 

 

Section 3.  Any act consistent with the authority of this ordinance taken prior to its effective date is hereby ratified and confirmed.

 

Section 4. 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 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.

 

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                                                                                                         Monica Martinez Simmons, City Clerk

 

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