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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/31/2016 2:00 PM  
Meeting location: Council Chamber, City Hall 600 Fourth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Record NoVer.Agenda #Name:TypeTitleActionResultAction DetailsSeattle Channel
IRC 65 1  Introduction & Referral Calendar (IRC)May 31, 2016adopted as amendedPass Action details
CB 118695 1 CB 118695Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.passedPass Action details
CB 118680 11.CB 118680Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to Washington Hall; authorizing the Director of the Department of Neighborhoods to enter into a memorandum of understanding with Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority to provide funds for improvements to Washington Hall.passedPass Action details
CB 118687 12.CB 118687Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to Seattle Public Utilities; amending the title of Chapter 21.76 and Sections 21.76.010, 21.76.020, 21.76.030, 21.76.040, 21.76.050, and 21.76.060 of the Seattle Municipal Code to clarify eligibility rules for the Utility Discount Program to allow tenants of federally subsidized housing with utility allowances to participate in the program, to clarify the manner of providing rate credits for tenants that pay utility costs indirectly through rent, and to update and modify certain program provisions.passedPass Action details
CB 118690 13.CB 118690Ordinance (Ord)AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department; amending Section 21.49.040 of the Seattle Municipal Code to remove an exception from eligibility to the Utility Discount Program for tenants of federally subsidized housing with utility allowances and to update and modify certain program provisions.passedPass Action details
Res 31667 14. Resolution (Res)A RESOLUTION stating The City of Seattle’s support for clean and safe electricity production and opposition to the use of fossil fuels and new nuclear energy in the generation of electricity, and requiring an ongoing evaluation of existing nuclear power generation on the basis of health, safety, reliability, and cost; and instructing that The City of Seattle’s City Light Department reflect this position in its policies and interactions with other utilities, federal and state agencies, and organizations of which it is a member or participant.adoptedPass Action details
Res 31671 2  Resolution (Res)A RESOLUTION endorsing a public health and public safety model to address the needs of people living in the I-5 East Duwamish Greenbelt (Greenbelt) and in the adjoining neighborhoods; devising a person-centered and strategic approach that prioritizes the offer of services and housing options to individuals based on their needs before the removal of persons or property from the Greenbelt; providing safety for police, fire fighters, and first responders who provide emergency services within and around the Greenbelt; and directing the physical cleanup of the Greenbelt to provide a healthier and safer environment for all.adopted as amendedPass Action details