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Record No: CB 118559    Version: 1 Council Bill No: CB 118559
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 11/23/2015
Ordinance No: Ord 124917
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department; declaring the former Ambaum, Andover, Dakota, Delridge, Dumar, Fauntleroy, Glendale, and White Center Substation properties as surplus to the City's needs and no longer required for providing public utility service or other municipal purpose; authorizing the sale of the former White Center Substation to King County, the sale of the former Ambaum Substation to the City of Burien, and the sale of the former Andover, Dakota, Delridge, Dumar, Fauntleroy, and Glendale Substations for fair market value through negotiated or brokered sales to be managed by the Department of Finance and Administrative Services or the City Light Department; and authorizing the General Manager and Chief Executive Officer of the City Light Department to execute all necessary documents to accomplish such property sales and to deposit the proceeds in the City Light Fund.
Sponsors: Nick Licata
Supporting documents: 1. Summary and Fiscal Note, 2. Signed Ord 124917
CITY OF SEATTLE
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AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department; declaring the former Ambaum, Andover, Dakota, Delridge, Dumar, Fauntleroy, Glendale, and White Center Substation properties as surplus to the City's needs and no longer required for providing public utility service or other municipal purpose; authorizing the sale of the former White Center Substation to King County, the sale of the former Ambaum Substation to the City of Burien, and the sale of the former Andover, Dakota, Delridge, Dumar, Fauntleroy, and Glendale Substations for fair market value through negotiated or brokered sales to be managed by the Department of Finance and Administrative Services or the City Light Department; and authorizing the General Manager and Chief Executive Officer of the City Light Department to execute all necessary documents to accomplish such property sales and to deposit the proceeds in the City Light Fund.

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WHEREAS, by Resolution 31424, the City Council requested that the City Light Department ("City Light") conduct additional studies to consider and make recommendations for the appropriate disposition of City Light surplus properties, and adopted improved procedures for such studies; and
WHEREAS, City Light has conducted a study of nine of its former substation surplus properties, six in West Seattle, one in the City of SeaTac, one in the City of Burien, and one in the Rainier Valley (the "Study Properties"), and as part of this study notice of availability of the Study Properties was circulated to other City departments and other public jurisdictions offering them the first opportunity to acquire these properties for public use; and
WHEREAS, City Light consulted with the Department of Neighborhoods (DON) and three DON Neighborhood District Councils to obtain advice on community outreach, and offered to meet with individual neighborhood groups expressing interest in the Study...

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