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Record No: CB 119022    Version: Council Bill No: CB 119022
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
Final Action: 8/18/2017
Ordinance No: Ord 125383
Title: AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 125207, which adopted the 2017 Budget, including the 2017-2022 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) (commonly known as the 2nd quarter supplemental); 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; making cash transfers between various City funds; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.
Sponsors: Tim Burgess
Attachments: 1. Att A - Charles Street Campus Development, 2. Att B - Navigation Center, 3. Att C - Lynnwood Link Extension, 4. Att D - Sound Transit 3 (STC3), 5. Att E - Diablo AC Panel Upgrades, 6. Att F - Boundary RAS Upgrades
Supporting documents: 1. Summary and Fiscal Note v2, 2. Summary and Fiscal Note v1, 3. Summary Att A - 2017 Second Quarter Supplemental Ordinance Summary Detail Tabile v3, 4. Summary Att A - 2017 Second Quarter Supplemental Ordinance Summary Detail Table v2, 5. Summary Att A - 2017 Second Quarter Supplemental Ordinance Summary Detail Table v1, 6. Council Central Staff Memo, 7. Proposed Amendment 2 (added; 8/3/17), 8. Proposed Amendment 3 (added; 8/3/17), 9. Proposed Amendment 4 (added; 8/3/17), 10. Proposed Amendment 5 (added; 8/3/17), 11. Signed Ordinance 125383, 12. 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) (commonly known as the 2nd quarter supplemental); 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; making cash transfers between various City funds; 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. 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

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

City Finance Division (50300-A4510)

 $179,000

1.2

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

Division of Homeless Strategy and Investment (16200-H30ET)

 $70,188

1.3

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Civil Rights  (00100-X1R00)

 $40,000

1.4

Office of Housing (16600)

Executive

Office of Housing Operating Fund  (16600-XZ600)

 $260,000

1.5

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Intergovernmental Relations (00100-X1G00)

 $20,000

1.6

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment  (00100-X1000)

 $80,000

1.7

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution O&M  (41000-SCL330)

 $200,000

1.8

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Construction Permit Services (15700-U2300)

 $89,300

1.9

Planning and Development Fund (15700)

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Land Use Services  (15700-U2200)

 $27,000

1.10

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR)

Administrative Services (00100-N2000)

 $31,500

1.11

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

ROW Management  (10310-17004)

 $820,500

1.12

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Engineering Services (10310-17002)

 $200,000

1.13

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

 $15,960

1.14

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Street Maintenance  (10310-17005)

 $500,000

1.15

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (IDT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 $18,000

1.16

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (IDT)

Citywide IT Initiatives (50410-D9900)

 $10,000

1.17

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Administrative Operations (00100-P8000)

 $893,405

1.18

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Special Operations  (00100-P3400)

 $286,846

1.19

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Chief of Police  (00100-P1000)

 $142,836

1.20

Solid Waste Fund (45010)

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Administration  (45010-N100B-SW)

 $21,500

1.21

Solid Waste Fund (45010)

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Customer Service  (45010-N300B-SW)

 $65,000

1.22

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - REET II Subaccount (00161)

Cumulative Reserve Subfund (CRS)

CRS REET I Support to Transportation  (00161-2EC30)

$1,870,000

1.23

General Subfund (00100)

Office of City Auditor (OCA)

Office of City Auditor (00100-VG000)

$480,000

Total

$6,321,035

Section 2. 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

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

City Finance Division (50300-A4510)

 $1,082,000

2.2

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Special Operations  (00100-P3400)

 $75,000

Total

$1,157,000

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

Section 3. The Charles Street Master Facilities Planning (A1GM116) project, as described in Attachment A to this ordinance; the Navigation Center (A1GM140) project, as described in Attachment B to this ordinance; the Lynnwood Link Extension (TC367940) project, as described in Attachment C to this ordinance; the Sound Transit 3 (STC3) (TC367870) project, as described in Attachment D to this ordinance; the Diablo AC Panel Upgrades (6584) project, as described in Attachment E to this ordinance; and the Boundary RAS Upgrades (6611) project, as described in Attachment F to this ordinance, are established in the 2017-2022 Adopted Capital Improvement Program.

Section 4. 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

Parks Capital Fund (33140)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Maintaining Parks and Facilities - CIP (33140-K720301)

 $80,000

Improve Dog Off-Leash Areas project (K730312)

(($109)) $189

4.2

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Forest Restoration (00164-K72442)

 $440,000

Urban Forestry-Green Seattle Partnership project (K732340)

(($0)) $440

4.3

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - REET I Subaccount (00163)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

General Government Facilities - General (00163-A1GM1)

 $175,000

Charles Street Master Facilities Planning (A1GM116)

(($0)) $175

4.4

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

General Government Facilities - General (50300-A1GM1)

 $3,200,000

Customer Requested Tenant Improvement Program (A1GM105)

(($3,600)) $6,800

4.5

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - REET I Subaccount (00163)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

General Government Facilities - General (00163-A1GM1)

 $1,400,000

Asset Preservation - Schedule 1 Facilities (A1APSCH101)

(($0)) $1,400

4.6

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Major Maintenance/Replacement (10310-19001)

 $1,370,000

Hazard Mitigation Program - Landslide Mitigation Project (TC365510)

(($427)) $1,797

4.7

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $200,000

Lynnwood Link CIP project (TC367940)

(($0)) $200

4.8

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $92,150

Pay Stations (TC366350)

(($0)) $92

4.9

2012 Library Levy Fund (18100)

The Seattle Public Library (SPL)

Library Major Maintenance (18100-B301111)

 $1,200,000

Library Major Maintenance (B301111)

(($3,673)) $4,873

4.10

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

$6,000,000

Pole Attachment Requests Preparation Work (8452)

(($3,525)) $9,525

4.11

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

$4,000,000

Broadband - City Light (8465)

(($2,755))  $6,755

Total

$18,157,150

 

(($14,089)) $32,246

Allocation modifications for the Seattle Department of Transportation 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 119023, and 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)

 $200,000

5.2

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Fix It First - CIP (00164-K720300)

 $75,000

5.3

2008 Parks Levy Fund (33860)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

2008 Parks Levy- Opportunity Fund (33860-K72440)

 $21,362

5.4

Cumulative Reserve Subfund - Unrestricted Subaccount (00164)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Ballfields/Athletic Courts/Play Areas (00164-K72445)

 $13,500

5.5

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

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

 $210,668

5.6

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

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

 $186,818

5.7

General Subfund (00100)

Law Department (LAW)

Criminal (00100-J1500)

 $144,489

5.8

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Economic Development (00100-X1D00)

 $25,000

5.9

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (00100-X1N00)

 $550,000

5.10

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment (00100-X1000)

 $60,000

5.11

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment (00100-X1000)

 $415,000

5.12

General Subfund (00100)

Executive

Office of Sustainability and Environment (00100-X1000)

 $15,000

5.13

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (ITD)

Digital Engagement (50410-D4400)

 $25,000

5.14

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $1,270

5.15

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Grants & Reimbursables (00100-F6000)

 $490,000

5.16

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Special Operations (00100-P3400)

 $38,695

Total

$2,471,802

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 the Department of Education and Early Learning, the Department of Finance and Administrative Services, Seattle City Light, and the Seattle Department of Human Resources:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

6.1

Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL)

Plng&Dev Spec I

Full-time

1.0

6.2

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

Management System Analyst

Full-time

1.0

6.3

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Capital Project Coordinator

Full-time

1.0

6.4

Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR)

Personnel Analyst

Full-time

1.0

6.5

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Video Specialist II

Full-time

2.0

Total

6.0

The Director of Education, the Director of Finance and Administrative Services, the General Manager & Chief Executive Officer of City Light, and the Human Resources Director are authorized to fill these positions subject to applicable civil service and personnel rules and laws.

Section 7. 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 and the Law Department:

Item

Department

Position Title

Position Status

Number

7.1

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

Strategic Advisor 2

Full-time

1.0

7.2

Law Department (LAW)

City Prosecutor, Asst-BU

Full-time

1.0

Total

2.0

The Director of Finance and Administrative Services and the City Attorney are authorized to fill these positions subject to applicable personnel rules and employment laws.

Section 8. The appropriations for the following items in the 2017 Budget are modified as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget Control Level

Amount

8.1

Information Technology Fund (50410)

Seattle Information Technology Department (SeaIT)

Security, Privacy, and Compliance (50410-D5500)

 $549,690

 

 

 

Strategy and Planning  (50410-D2200)

 ($549,690)

8.2

General Subfund (00100)

Office of the Community Police Commission (CPC)

Office of the Community Police Commission (00100-X1P00)

 $100,000

 

 

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

 ($100,000)

8.3

General Subfund (00100)

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Chief Operating Officer  (00100-P1600)

 $100,000

 

 

Finance General (FG)

Reserves (00100-2QD00)

 ($100,000)

8.4

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

Youth and Family Empowerment (16200-H20YF)

 $666,853

 

 

 

Division of Homeless Strategy and Investment (16200-H30ET)

 ($666,853)

8.5

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

Leadership and Administration (16200-H50LA)

 $619,057

 

 

 

Division of Homeless Strategy and Investment (16200-H30ET)

 ($619,057)

8.6

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

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

 $152,169

 

 

 

Division of Homeless Strategy and Investment (16200-H30ET)

 ($152,169)

8.7

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

Division of Homeless Strategy and Investment (16200-H30ET)

 $196,921

 

 

 

Youth and Family Empowerment (H20YF)

 ($196,921)

8.8

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Administrative Services O&M (41000-SCL400)

 $3,113,869

 

 

 

Customer Service, Communications and Regulatory Affairs (41000-SCL110)

($3,113,869)

Total

$0

Section 9. Appropriations in the 2017 Adopted Budget and project allocations in the 2017-2022 Adopted Capital Improvement Program, as adjusted by subsequent ordinance, are further modified as follows:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

2017 Project  Allocation  (in $000’s)

9.1

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

$1,000,000

Heavy Haul Corridor Program (TC367590)

(($0)) $1,000

 

 

 

Major Maintenance/ Replacement (10310-19001)

($1,000,000)

Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Program (TC365440)

(($28,515)) $27,990

 

 

 

 

 

SPU Drainage Partnership - South Park (TC367760)

(($500))  $25

9.2

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $500,000

Next Generation Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS (TC367430)

(($2,800))  $3,300

 

 

 

Street Maintenance (10310-17005)

($500,000)

 

 

9.3

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 $750,000

Sound Transit 3 (STC3) (TC367870)

(($0))  $750

 

 

 

Street Maintenance (10310-17005)

($750,000)

 

 

9.4

Finance and Administrative Services Fund (50300)

Department of Finance & Administrative Services (FAS)

General Government Facilities - General (50300-A1GM1)

$1,400,000

Navigation Center (A1GM140)

(($0))  $1,400

 

 

 

Facility Services (50300-A3000)

($1,400,000)

 

 

9.5

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Skagit Facility - Minor Improvements Program (6405)

(($2,339)) $3,139

 

 

 

 

 

Skagit Powerhouses - Install Protection Relays (6415)

(($1,553)) $753

9.6

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Diablo Powerhouse - Rebuild Generator Unit 31 (6422)

(($5,807)) $6,607

 

 

 

 

 

Diablo Powerhouse - Rebuild Generator Unit 32 (6423)

(($5,988)) $5,188

9.7

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Newhalem - Generator 20/Support Facility Rebuild (6479)

(($110)) $610

 

 

 

 

 

Boundary Switchyard-Generator Step-up (6493)

(($6,802))  $6,302

9.8

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Cedar Falls - New Generator 5/6 Exciters (6531)

(($214))  $914

 

 

 

 

 

Skagit - Facilities Plan (6520)

(($2,196))  $1,496

9.9

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Boundary Crane Improvements (6620)

(($1,011))  $2,211

 

 

 

 

 

Ross Powerhouse - Replace Transformer Banks 42 and 44 (6541)

(($1,737))  $3,237

 

 

 

 

 

Ross - Governors (6562)

(($3,579))  $879

9.10

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

$0

Substation Plant Improvements (7750)

(($925))  $1,325

 

 

 

 

 

Substation Breaker Replacements and Reliability Additions (7779)

(($6,243))  $5,843

9.11

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

$0

Overhead and Underground Relocations (8369)

(($2,227)) $3,127

 

 

 

 

 

Underground Outage Replacements (8352)

(($1,165)) $265

9.12

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Diablo AC Panel Upgrades (6584)

(($0)) $1,000

 

 

 

 

 

Ross Dam - AC/DC Distribution System Upgrade (6373)

(($1,741)) $741

9.13

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Diablo Facility - Lines Protection Upgrades (6483)

(($2))  $502

 

 

 

 

 

Cedar Falls Powerhouse - Unit 5/6 Generator Protective Relay (6450)

(($547))  $47

9.14

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

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

$0

Boundary RAS Upgrades (6611)

(($0))  $500

 

 

 

 

 

Diablo - Load Interrupters Replacement (6532)

(($1,002))  $502

9.15

City Light Fund (41000)

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Transmission and Distribution - CIP (41000-SCL360)

($2,234,461)

Transmission Capacity (7011)

(($32))  $732

 

 

 

 

 

Overhead 26kV Conversion (8358)

(($1,750))  $2,750

 

 

 

 

 

Underground Customer Driven Capacity Additions (8360)

(($2,200))  $5,200

 

 

 

 

 

Underground System Capacity Additions (8361)

(($2,904))  $3,904

 

 

 

 

 

Overhead Equipment Replacements (8351)

(($18,848))  $9,698

 

 

 

Customer Focused - CIP (41000-SCL370)

$8,284,461

Medium Overhead and Underground Services (8366)

(($13,845))  $15,845

 

 

 

 

 

Network Additions and Services: Broad Street Substation (8363)

(($6,504))  $11,604

 

 

 

 

 

Network Additions and Svcs: First Hill, Mass, Union & Univer (8364)

(($4,037))  $5,437

 

 

 

 

 

Network Additions and Services - Denny (8405)

(($2,311))  $3,311

Net Change

$6,050,000

 

(($129,434)) $138,134

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 10. To support appropriations transfers for items 1.2, 1.13, and 4.8, cash is hereby transferred as shown in the following table:

Item

Fund

Amount

Transferred  (In / Out)

10.1

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

 $195,188

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($195,188)

Transferred Out

10.2

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

 $108,110

Transferred In

 

General Subfund (00100)

 ($108,110)

Transferred Out

Total

$0

 

Section 11. The following appropriations from the funds displayed are abandoned effective July 1, 2017, in the amounts shown or in such lesser amount as the City Budget Director determines remained unexpended and unencumbered from each appropriation as of that date:

Item

Fund

Department

Budget  Control Level

BCL  Appropriation Change

CIP Project Name

2017 Project  Allocation  (in $000’s)

11.1

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Capital (10310-19003)

 ($800,000)

King Street Station Tenant Improvements project (TC367840)

(($1,800)) $1,000

Net Change

$0

 

(($1,800)) $1,000

 

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

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Department Management (10310-18001)

($75,000)

12.2

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

$75,000

12.3

Transportation Operating Fund (10310)

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)

Mobility-Operations (10310-17003)

($75,000)

12.4

Human Services Operating Fund (16200)

Human Services Department (HSD)

Division of Homeless Strategy and Investment (16200-H30ET)

$63,000

12.5

Parks and Recreation Fund (10200)

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Facility and Structure Maintenance (10200-K320A)

$12,000

Total

$0

Section 13. In accordance with RCW 35.32A.060, 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 14. Any act consistent with the authority of this ordinance taken prior to its effective date is hereby ratified and confirmed.

 

Section 15. 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.

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President ____________ of the City Council

Approved by me this ________ day of _________________________, 2017.

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Edward B. Murray, Mayor

Filed by me this ________ day of _________________________, 2017.

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Monica Martinez Simmons, City Clerk

(Seal)

Attachments:

Attachment A - Charles Street Campus Development

Attachment B - Navigation Center

Attachment C - Lynnwood Link Extension

Attachment D - Sound Transit 3 (STC3)

Attachment E - Diablo AC Panel Upgrades

Attachment F - Boundary RAS Upgrades