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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/25/2018 2:00 PM  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, City Hall 600 Fourth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104
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Record NoVer.Agenda #Name:TypeTitleActionResultAction DetailsSeattle Channel
IRC 166 1  Introduction & Referral Calendar (IRC)June 25, 2018adopted as amendedPass Action details
Min 185 1  Minutes (Min)June 11, 2018adoptedPass Action details
CB 119293 1 CB 119293Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.passedPass Action details
CB 119256 21.CB 119256Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle Transportation Benefit District; authorizing material scope changes to Seattle Transportation Benefit District Proposition 1; authorizing the Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation to execute an interlocal agreement with Seattle Public Schools to provide transit passes to Seattle Public Schools students; changing appropriations to the Seattle Department of Transportation to fund the ORCA Opportunity Program; and amending Ordinance 125493, which amended the 2018 Budget (Ordinance 125475); all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.passed as amendedPass Action details
Appt 01034 12. Appointment (Appt)Reappointment of Nikki Hurley as member, Seattle LGBTQ Commission, for a term to April 30, 2020.confirmedPass Action details
Appt 01035 13. Appointment (Appt)Reappointment of Joseph K. Suttner as member, Seattle LGBTQ Commission, for a term to April 30, 2020.confirmedPass Action details
Appt 01036 14. Appointment (Appt)Reappointment of Jessica Williams-Hall as member, Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, for a term to April 30, 2020.confirmedPass Action details
CB 119279 25.CB 119279Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to elections; raising limits of certain items on the statement of financial affairs in conformity with state law; changing deadlines and definitions related to the democracy voucher program to align better with other state and City practices; creating a crime of falsifying democracy voucher program qualification information; making technical corrections to and reorganizing and clarifying the content of the democracy voucher program; and amending Sections 2.04.165 and 2.04.370 and Chapter 2.04, Subchapter VIII of the Seattle Municipal Code.passedPass Action details
CB 119252 16.CB 119252Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE related to land use and zoning; establishing an incentive program for high performance buildings in urban centers; amending Sections 23.40.060, 23.41.004, 23.41.012, and 23.41.014 to the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC); and adding a new Section 23.40.070 to the SMC.passedPass Action details
CB 119285 17.CB 119285Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to the Washington State Convention Center facility addition; authorizing the Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation to acquire, accept, and record, on behalf of The City of Seattle, a temporary right of way easement with the Washington State Convention Center, Public Facilities District for the temporary reroute of Olive Way during construction of the new convention center facility; placing the easement under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.passedPass Action details
CB 119290 18.CB 119290Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to the Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement project; authorizing the Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation to acquire, accept, and record, on behalf of The City of Seattle, two deeds for street purposes from ARE-1201/1208 Eastlake Avenue, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, located in a portion of Lots 1 and 2, City of Seattle Lot Boundary Adjustment Number 9604526, recorded under King County Recording Number 9611060361, and a permanent easement for sidewalk purposes from the Washington State Employees Credit Union, a Washington State chartered credit union, located in a portion of Lot 10, Block 4, Doyle’s Addition to the City of Seattle; placing the real property rights and interests conveyed by such deeds and easement under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; laying off the deeds as right-of-way; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.passedPass Action details
CB 119291 19.CB 119291Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to parking; defining “blockface;” updating the definition of “parking payment device;” defining “pay-to-park signage;” allowing the Traffic Engineer to establish areas where parking is regulated by pay-to-park signage and to authorize additional methods of payment for parking; amending the description of certain parking penalties; amending parking and payment requirements; making technical changes; amending Sections 11.14.425, 11.16.300, 11.31.121, 11.76.005, 11.76.015, 11.76.020, and 11.76.040 of the Seattle Municipal Code; adding new Sections 11.14.062 and 11.14.438 to the Seattle Municipal Code; and repealing Section 11.76.010 of the Seattle Municipal Code.passedPass Action details
CB 119292 110.CB 119292Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 125471, which conditioned the Seattle Department of Transportation’s 2018 grant applications.passedPass Action details
Appt 01038 111. Appointment (Appt)Appointment of Todd V. Biesold as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term to May 31, 2019.confirmedPass Action details
Appt 01039 112. Appointment (Appt)Reappointment of Pat Cohn as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term to May 31, 2019.confirmedPass Action details
Appt 01040 113. Appointment (Appt)Reappointment of Hall B.H. Cooper, Jr. as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term to May 31, 2019.confirmedPass Action details
Appt 01041 114. Appointment (Appt)Reappointment of Franklyn Rose as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term to May 31, 2019.confirmedPass Action details
Appt 01042 115. Appointment (Appt)Appointment of Warren Aakervik, Jr. as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term to May 31, 2020.confirmedPass Action details
Res 31822 1  Resolution (Res)A RESOLUTION affirming the human right to family unity and expressing opposition to the Trump Administration’s practices separating and/or detaining migrant families seeking asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border, and strong concern about the Trump Administration’s lack of family reunification plans for over 2,300 children and their parents or guardians and ongoing detention camps at the U.S.-Mexico border in violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the applicable international human rights framework.adoptedPass Action details