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Record No: CB 119825    Version: Council Bill No: CB 119825
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 9/22/2020
Ordinance No: Ord 126148
Title: AN ORDINANCE related to the City's response to the 2020 COVID-19 crisis; amending Ordinance 126000, which adopted the 2020 Budget; changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; imposing a proviso; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.
Sponsors: Teresa Mosqueda
Supporting documents: 1. Mayor's Veto Letter, 2. CB 119825 Filed with Mayor's Veto, 3. Affidavit of Publication - Veto Notice, 4. Summary and Fiscal Note, 5. Amendment A - Proposed Administrative Reductions, 6. Consent Package of Amendments to Council Bill 119825 (Amendments 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 12, 16), 7. Amendment 2 - Executive Pay, 8. Amendment 6 - Stay Connected Pilot Program, 9. Amendment 9 - Protestor Proviso, 10. Amendment 10 - OCR Mediator, 11. Amendment 11 - OLS Investigator Positions, 12. Amendment 14 - Non-congregate shelter, 13. Amendment 33 - Add $4M in the Seattle Community Safety Initiative, 14. Amendment 34 - Add $10M in scaling up community-led organizations, 15. Amendment 35 - Cut $36k from SPD for Implicit Bias Training, 16. Amendment 36 - Eliminate $50,000 from SPD for travel, 17. Amendment 37 - Eliminate SPD Recruitment and Retention, 18. Amendment 52 - SPD Protestor Proviso, 19. Consent Package of SPD Related Amendments to CB 119825, 20. Amendment 54a - SPD Defund (Option a), 21. Amendment 54b - SPD Defund (Option b), 22. Amendment 45 - GND Oversight Board, 23. Amendment 48 - SPD Salary and Overtime Cap, 24. Amendment 48a - SPD Command Staff Salary (added 8/5/20), 25. Amendment 55 - SPD Monthly Report (added 8/5/20), 26. Amendment 31 - Proviso Restricting Navigation Team Funds in SPD, 27. Amendment 40 - Cut Navigation Team, 28. Amendment 40 - Cut Navigation Team v2 (updated; added 8/5/20), 29. Amendment B - Technical Amendment, 30. Amendment 52 - SPD Protestor Proviso, 31. Amendment 52 v3 (added 8/17/20), 32. Amendment 56 - SPD Reports, 33. Amendment 57 - 911 Positions, 34. Amendment 58 - SPD $631k Proviso - Community Service Officers, 35. Amendment 59 - HSD Proviso ($4M), 36. Amendment 60 - HSD Proviso ($10M), 37. Amendment B1 (added 8/17/20), 38. Amendment B2 (added 8/17/20), 39. Amendment 56A (added 8/17/20), 40. Amendment 56 v2 (added 8/17/20), 41. Proposed Amendment 60 v2 (added; 8/11/20), 42. Proposed Amendment 59 v2 (added; 8/11/20), 43. Signed Ordinance 126148
CITY OF SEATTLE
ORDINANCE __________________
COUNCIL BILL __________________
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AN ORDINANCE related to the City's response to the 2020 COVID-19 crisis; amending Ordinance 126000, which adopted the 2020 Budget; changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; imposing 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. The City Council ("Council") finds and declares:
A. In the exercise of The City of Seattle's ("City") police powers, the City may pass regulations designed to protect and promote public peace, health, safety, and welfare.
B. On January 24, 2020, the Seattle Office of Emergency Management announced that the first reported case in Washington and in the United States of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) occurred in Snohomish County.
C. On February 28, 2020, Public Health-Seattle and King County announced the first King County and United States death due to COVID-19 at Evergreen Hospital in Kirkland, Washington.
D. On February 29, 2020, Washington Governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency in response to new cases of COVID-19, directing state agencies to use all resources necessary to prepare for and respond to the outbreak.
E. On March 3, 2020, Mayor Jenny Durkan issued a proclamation of civil emergency in response to new cases of COVID-19, authorizing the Mayor to exercise the emergency powers necessary for the protection of the public peace, safety, and welfare.
F. On March 11, 2020, Governor Inslee amended the February 29 emergency order to prohibit gatherings of 250 people or more for social, spiritual, and recreational activities including, but not limited to, community, civic, public, leisure, faith-based, or sporting events; parades; concerts; festivals; conventions; fundraisers; and similar activities.
G. On March 13,...

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