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Record No: CB 119425    Version: Council Bill No: CB 119425
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 12/19/2018
Ordinance No: Ord 125748
Title: AN ORDINANCE authorizing, in 2018, acceptance of funding from non-City sources; authorizing the heads of the Executive Department, Department of Parks and Recreation, Human Services Department, Law Department, Seattle Police Department, Seattle Fire Department, Department of Construction and Inspections, Seattle City Light, and Seattle Public Utilities to accept specified grants, private funding, and subsidized loans and to execute, deliver, and perform corresponding agreements; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Sponsors: Sally Bagshaw
Attachments: 1. Summary and Fiscal Note
Supporting documents: 1. Summary Att A - 2018 4Q Grant Acceptance Summary Detail Table v2, 2. Summary Att A - 2018 4Q Grant Acceptance Summary Detail Table v1, 3. Central Staff Memo, 4. Proposed Substitute v2 (added; 12/17/18), 5. Proposed Substitute v3, 6. Signed Ordinance 125748, 7. Affidavit for Publication
Related files: CB 119430

CITY OF SEATTLE

ORDINANCE __________________

COUNCIL BILL __________________

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AN ORDINANCE authorizing, in 2018, acceptance of funding from non-City sources; authorizing the heads of the Executive Department, Department of Parks and Recreation, Human Services Department, Law Department, Seattle Police Department, Seattle Fire Department, Department of Construction and Inspections, Seattle City Light, and Seattle Public Utilities to accept specified grants, private funding, and subsidized loans 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 Superintendent of Parks and Recreation, the Director of the Human Services Department, the City Attorney, the Police Chief, the Fire Chief, the Director of the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections, the General Manager & Chief Executive Officer of Seattle City Light, and the General Manager & Chief Executive Officer of Seattle Public Utilities 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 funds identified below to support, or as reimbursement for, the corresponding appropriations set forth in the ordinance introduced as Council Bill 119430.

Item

Department

Grantor

Purpose

Amount

Fund

1.1

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

King County

This grant provides funding for the Beach Restoration Program project (MC-PR-41006) to move the design forward to 60% with drawings to be submitted for permits for removal of the failing seawall at Lowman Beach Park and restoring the shoreline in its place. The City will also consider potential mitigation measures.

$150,000

Park and Recreation Fund (10200)

1.2

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

King County

This grant supports the current Major Maintenance Backlog project (MC-PR-41001) and will be used to convert approximately 10,000 square feet of natural turf at Brighton Playfield to high quality synthetic turf with cork-sand infill.

$35,000

Park and Recreation Fund (10200)

1.3

Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

Seattle Park Foundation

This donation supports the new Duwamish Waterway Park Improvements project (MC-PR-21024) and will be used to make major improvements to Duwamish Waterway Park, including installation of a new play area, renovation of grill/picnic areas, addition of pathways and a drinking fountain, and related work.

$950,000

Park and Recreation Fund (10200)

1.4

Human Services Department (HSD)

National Council on Aging

This grant will be used for Promoting Healthy Aging BSL and provides resources to provide seniors the education, information, and resources they need to improve their health and wellness.

$15,000

Human Services Fund (16200)

1.5

Law Department (LAW)

U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Grant is used for administering traffic safety projects in accordance with the provisions of 2 CFR 200. In CAO, grant funding will pay for a Traffic Safety Resource prosecutor through September 30, 2019.

$152,337

General Fund (00100)

1.6

Office of Economic Development (OED)

City of Tacoma

Pro-rated contribution to the EnviroStars program by the City of Tacoma.

$4,298

General Fund (00100)

1.7

Office of Economic Development (OED)

King County Department of Natural Resources

Awards from this grantor will be used for the regional Green Business Program, “EnviroStars,” to efficiently and effectively deliver green business services to the region’s businesses. The scope is to 1) conduct research to identify top barriers and motivators to participation in the EnviroStars program by business owners who speak English as a second language, and 2) provide on-site, in-language program promotion and application assistance to ethnically diverse business owners in King County.

$100,000

General Fund (00100)

1.8

Office of Economic Development (OED)

Seattle Public Schools

The purpose of this grant was to add staff capacity to help recruit and support interns for the Mayor’s Youth Employment Initiative from SPS classes.

$18,500

General Fund (00100)

1.9

Office of Economic Development (OED)

Educurious

This is one-time funding to support youth wages for those enrolled in the City’s youth internship program. Included in this funding are grants received by Educurious on behalf of the City of Seattle from JP Morgan Chase ($100,000), Bank of America ($50,000), Cruise Industry Charitable Trust ($10,000), Office of Arts and Culture ($6,412), Google ($5,000), and leftover fundraised wages from 2017 ($72,938).

$244,350

General Fund (00100)

1.10

Office of Housing (OH)

King County

These one-time funds will be used to provide home repair services for senior veterans.

$240,000

Low-Income Housing Fund (16400)

1.11

Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE)

Group Health Foundation

Award from Group Health Foundation to share information on community engagement and health equity outcomes.

$7,500

General Fund (00100)

1.12

Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE)

Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation

Award from Seattle Children’s Foundation to support the Fresh Bucks program.

$5,000

General Fund (00100)

1.13

Seattle City Light (SCL)

Washington State Historical Society

This grant, associated with a Washington State 2017-2019 Heritage Capital Projects (HCP) grant, will be combined with City Light funds in order to continue the concrete restoration of the National Historical Landmark Georgetown Steam Plant.

$750,000

Light Fund (41000)

1.14

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

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

The purpose of the Port Security Grant Program is to support the building, sustainment, and delivery of core capabilities essential to achieving the National Preparedness Goal of a secure and resilient nation. The program also supports the goal of Readying the Nation for Catastrophic Disasters.

$1,565,859

General Fund (00100)

1.15

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

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

The purpose of the Fire Prevention and Safety Grant is to enhance the safety of the public and firefighters with respect to fire and fire-related hazards by assisting fire prevention programs and supporting firefighter health and safety research and development.

$476,613

General Fund (00100)

1.16

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

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

The purpose of the Homeland Security Grant Program is to support state and local efforts to prevent terrorism and other catastrophic events and to prepare the nation for threats and hazards that pose the greatest risk to the security of the United States.

$418,728

General Fund (00100)

1.17

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Sound Transit

The purpose of the funding provided by Sound Transit is for development of a light rail system within Seattle and extending from the Northgate area to the City of Lynnwood.

$29,092

General Fund (00100)

1.18

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Sound Transit

The purpose of the funding provided by Sound Transit is for development of a light rail system within Seattle and extending from the Northgate area to the City of Lynnwood.

$122,460

General Fund (00100)

1.19

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Washington State Department of Transportation

The purpose of these funds provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation is for project services for the SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program.

$29,900

General Fund (00100)

1.20

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission

The purpose of these funds provided by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission is to provide and support training for criminal justice personnel responding to people in a mental health crisis. Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT) involves working in a team with mental health practitioners, law enforcement, medical personnel, and other first responders. The focus is to provide the best services possible to the individual in a mental health crisis.

$15,184

General Fund (00100)

1.21

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Space Needle Corporation

The purpose of these funds provided by the Space Needle Corporation is to support the Space Needle Renovation Project.

$50,000

General Fund (00100)

1.22

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)/ Department of Homeland Security through Pierce County Office of Emergency Management

The purpose of the Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Training Program is to provide training related preparedness activities for task force personnel for the task force’s overall preparedness for maintaining consistency and preparation for emergency deployments with the National Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Response System.

$35,000

General Fund (00100)

1.23

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

State of Washington (Department of Natural Resources and Washington State Patrol)

These funds are provided for jurisdictions who deploy trained staff to assist with State-designated wildland fires.

$445,000

General Fund (00100)

1.24

Seattle Fire Department (SFD)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)/ Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through the Pierce County Office of Emergency Management

The purpose of these funds is to provide reimbursements to jurisdictions who deploy trained task force personnel to Emergency Declared Events with the National US&R Response System.

$467,000

General Fund (00100)

1.25

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Washington State Military Department, Emergency Management Division

This annual grant assists in sustaining core capabilities for our Citywide emergency management program.

$400,487

General Fund (00100)

1.26

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Homeland Security through State Military Department and King County Office of Emergency Management

This annual grant is used to address gaps in services/operations in King County.

$370,250

General Fund (00100)

1.27

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

This annual grant provides funding to maintain the Northwest Regional Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force to address technology-facilitated child exploitation.

$485,504

General Fund (00100)

1.28

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance

This funding will allow for the continuation of the Human Trafficking Task Force.

$600,000

General Fund (00100)

1.29

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Federal Emergency Management Agency and U.S. Department of Homeland Security

This item provides funding to continue and enhance cities’ ability to prevent, protect, respond, and recover from acts of terrorism as well as other emergency events. SPD and SFD appropriate their share of the funds separately, but SPD signs the grant documents and therefore accepts the full amount.

$2,213,907

General Fund (00100)

1.30

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance

This grant will provide funding to enhance in-custody access to services, mentoring, and peer support; expand reentry access to services (including stable housing and opioid abuse-related treatment), mentoring, and peer support; and provide options for diversion to treatment for persons on community supervision instead of return to custody.

$900,000

General Fund (00100)

1.31

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Washington State Traffic Safety Commission

This item provides funding for overtime related to supplemental traffic enforcement with special emphasis on impaired and distracted driving, seat belt, and motorcycle safety.

$44,200

General Fund (00100)

1.32

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Washington State Traffic Safety Commission

This item provides funding for supplemental traffic enforcement with special emphasis on impaired and distracted driving, seat belt, and motorcycle safety.

$60,000

General Fund (00100)

1.33

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

This grant funds local law enforcement agencies to conduct criminal investigations regarding persons who illegally attempted to purchase or transfer firearms within their jurisdiction.

$2,500

General Fund (00100)

1.34

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

This funding reimburses SPD for costs of detective overtime associated with the investigation of drug cases.

$43,179

General Fund (00100)

1.35

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation

This funding reimburses SPD for overtime spent while working with the FBI to identify, disrupt, and dismantle existing and emerging violent criminal enterprises and gangs in King County.

$136,546

General Fund (00100)

1.36

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice

This funding reimburses SPD for costs of detective overtime associated with the investigation of high priority drug cases.

$128,756

General Fund (00100)

1.37

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation

This funding reimburses SPD for overtime associated with working with the FBI on international and domestic terrorism investigations.

$27,747

General Fund (00100)

1.38

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S Department of Justice, U.S. Marshals

This funding reimburses SPD for costs of overtime associated with apprehending violent fugitives.

$31,232

General Fund (00100)

1.39

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation

This funding reimburses SPD for costs of overtime spent pursuing cases of domestic sex trafficking of children in the United States.

$28,494

General Fund (00100)

1.40

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

This funding reimburses SPD for costs of overtime associated with pursuing violent gangs through sustained, proactive, coordinated investigations.

$22,177

General Fund (00100)

1.41

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

This funding reimburses SPD for costs of detective overtime spent in connection with the Puget Sound Regional Gun Task Force.

$25,275

General Fund (00100)

1.42

Seattle Police Department (SPD)

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation

This funding reimburses SPD for overtime spent while investigating the homicide of Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Wales.

$18,042

General Fund (00100)

1.43

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Center for Care Innovations

This grant supports the Center for Care Innovations and will be used to support expanded outreach in the South Park neighborhood.

$200,000

Drainage and Wastewater Fund (44010)

1.44

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI)

Washington State Department of Ecology

Complete a periodic review of the Shoreline Master Program (SMP) that is developed and adopted in a manner consistent with requirements of the Shoreline Management Act (SMA), RCW Chapter 90.58, and its implementing rules, WAC Chapter 173-26, including the Shoreline Master Program Guidelines. The deliverable is a Periodic Review Checklist and draft SMP amendment or Findings of Adequacy.

$22,500

Construction and Inspections Fund (48100)

Total

$12,087,617

 

Section 2. The General Manager & Chief Executive Officer of Seattle Public Utilities is authorized to accept a subsidized loan from federal/state agencies.

Item

Department

Grantor

Purpose

Amount

Fund

2.1

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU)

Washington State Department of Ecology

The loan proceeds will be used to reimburse SPU design costs related to the Ship Canal Water Quality Project.

$25,000,000

Drainage and Wastewater Fund (44010)

Total

$25,000,000

 

Section 3. Any act consistent with the authority of this ordinance taken after its passage and 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 _________________________, 2018, and signed by me in open session in authentication of its passage this _____ day of _________________________, 2018.

____________________________________

President ____________ of the City Council

Approved by me this ________ day of _________________________, 2018.

____________________________________

Jenny A. Durkan, Mayor

Filed by me this ________ day of _________________________, 2018.

____________________________________

Monica Martinez Simmons, City Clerk

(Seal)