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Record No: CB 119886    Version: 1 Council Bill No: CB 119886
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 9/21/2020
Ordinance No: Ord 126172
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to the transfer of City property located at 722 18th Avenue, Seattle, Washington; authorizing the conveyance of the property to Byrd Barr Place, a Washington non-profit corporation, consistent with the intent of Resolution 31856 and to provide for the continued delivery of social services; making findings of fact about the consideration for the transfer; authorizing acceptance of a negative easement restricting future development of the property; superseding Resolution 31837 for the purposes of this ordinance; and authorizing the Director of the Department of Finance and Administrative Services or designee to execute and deliver documents necessary to carry out the conveyance of such property on the terms and conditions of this ordinance.
Sponsors: Teresa Mosqueda
Attachments: 1. Att 1 - Byrd Barr Place Transfer Agreement, 2. Att 1 Ex A – Form of Negative Easement, 3. Att 1 Ex B – Form of Deed
Supporting documents: 1. Summary and Fiscal Note, 2. Summary Att A – Property Map for Former Fire Station 23, 3. Central Staff Memo
CITY OF SEATTLE
ORDINANCE __________________
COUNCIL BILL __________________

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AN ORDINANCE relating to the transfer of City property located at 722 18th Avenue, Seattle, Washington; authorizing the conveyance of the property to Byrd Barr Place, a Washington non-profit corporation, consistent with the intent of Resolution 31856 and to provide for the continued delivery of social services; making findings of fact about the consideration for the transfer; authorizing acceptance of a negative easement restricting future development of the property; superseding Resolution 31837 for the purposes of this ordinance; and authorizing the Director of the Department of Finance and Administrative Services or designee to execute and deliver documents necessary to carry out the conveyance of such property on the terms and conditions of this ordinance.
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WHEREAS, in 1957, the City authorized a proposal for conversion of former Fire Station 23 to a multipurpose neighborhood facility and an application for federal financial assistance in connection therewith; and
WHEREAS, in 1967, the Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP), which was founded in 1964, began working with the City to turn former Fire Station 23 into a multi-use community facility; and
WHEREAS, in 1967, the City initially leased the former Fire Station 23, located at 722 18th Avenue (Former Fire Station 23), to the Seattle-King County Economic Opportunity Board, Inc. for use as a multi-purpose neighborhood facility by its delegate agency, the Central Area Citizens' Committee, Inc. (CACC), a Washington non-profit corporation, d/b/a Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP); and
WHEREAS, in 1976, the City designated Former Fire Station 23 as a historic landmark; and
WHEREAS, in 1988, the City entered into a long-term, mutual and offsetting benefit lease with CACC, pursuant to which CACC paid de minimis cash rent in exchange for its promise to use Former Fire Station 23 for the delivery of social services, and wh...

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