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Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar

Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar
July 22, 2013

     BY CONLIN
1. C.B. 117848

AN ORDINANCE relating to McCurdy Park; accepting an offer from the Washington State Department of Transportation to acquire certain real property in connection with the SR 520 Project; authorizing the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation to execute a purchase and sale agreement and deed for such real property and to take other related actions; increasing appropriations in connection therewith; authorizing the Superintendent to execute an amended and restated agreement with the Museum of History and Industry for the distribution of the proceeds from the conveyance such real property; superseding Ordinance 118477, which adopted Initiative 42, for purposes of this ordinance; and ratifying and confirming prior acts; all by a three-fourths vote of the City Council.
Committee referral: SR 520

     BY CLARK
2. C.B. 117849

AN ORDINANCE relating to historic preservation, imposing controls upon the Pacific Net and Twine Building, a landmark designated by the Landmarks Preservation Board under Chapter 25.12 of the Seattle Municipal Code, and adding it to the Table of Historical Landmarks contained in Chapter 25.32 of the Seattle Municipal Code.
Committee referral: Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations

     BY CLARK
3. C.B. 117850

AN ORDINANCE relating to historic preservation, imposing controls upon the YWCA Building, a landmark designated by the Landmarks Preservation Board under Chapter 25.12 of the Seattle Municipal Code, and adding it to the Table of Historical Landmarks contained in Chapter 25.32 of the Seattle Municipal Code.
Committee referral: Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations

     BY CLARK; RASMUSSEN
4. C.B. 117851

AN ORDINANCE relating to land use and zoning; amending Sections 23.41.012, 23.47A.005, 23.73.002, 23.73.005, 23.73.006, 23.73.008, 23.73.009, 23.73.010, 23.73.012, 23.73.014, 23.73.024, and 23.84A.008, and adding a new Section 23.73.015 to the Seattle Municipal Code to strengthen measures for maintaining and enhancing the character of the Pike/Pine neighborhood by addressing the bulk and scale of new development and the use of incentives for retaining character structures, clarifying and strengthening provisions for retaining character structures, removing restrictions on nonresidential uses under certain conditions, and making corrections.
Committee referral: Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations

     BY O’BRIEN
5. C.B. 117852

AN ORDINANCE repealing Chapter 6.255, relating to the distribution of yellow pages phone books, and amending Section 6.202.280 of the Seattle Municipal Code.
Committee referral: Energy and Environment

     BY BURGESS
6. C.B. 117853

AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department; revising project allocations for certain projects in the 2013-2018 Adopted CIP in order to allow for additional expenditures for Boundary Powerhouse, Generator Unit 53; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Government Performance and Finance

     BY CONLIN
7. C.B. 117854

AN ORDINANCE relating to land use and zoning; amending Sections 23.49.178 and 23.66.140 of the Seattle Municipal Code to allow development in Pioneer Square meeting certain requirements to attain a maximum height of 130 feet if a freestanding manufactured public restroom structure is acquired and installed and amending provisions for green building performance and rooftop features.
Committee referral: Planning Land Use, and Sustainability

     BY RASMUSSEN
8. C.B. 117855

AN ORDINANCE related to the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (“Sound Transit”) authorizing the Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation to execute an amendment to the Agreement between the City of Seattle and Sound Transit for Grant of Non-Exclusive Use of a Light Rail Transit Way as related to the Central Link Light Rail Transit Project to reflect the approved alignment for the Link Light Rail Transit Project, including the revised Northgate Link Extension and portion of the East Link segment located within the City of Seattle.
Committee referral: Transportation

     BY BURGESS
9. C.B. 117856

AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.
Committee referral: Full Council

     BY CLARK
10. Res. 31464

A RESOLUTION regarding a voter-proposed City Charter amendment changing the system of electing members of the Seattle City Council from the present at-large system to a system in which seven of nine City Councilmembers are elected by districts and two from the City at-large; authorizing the City Clerk and the Executive Director of the Ethics and Elections Commission to take those actions necessary to enable the proposed City Charter amendment to appear on the November 5, 2013 ballot and the local voters’ pamphlet; requesting the King County Elections’ Director to place the proposed City Charter amendment on the November 5, 2013 election ballot; and providing for the publication of such proposed amendment.
Committee referral: Full Council

     BY RASMUSSEN
11. Res. 31465

A RESOLUTION approving the alignment, station locations, and maintenance base location for Sound Transit’s Central Link, University Link, Northgate Link Extension, and East Link Light Rail Lines in the City of Seattle; and superseding the alignment, station locations, and maintenance base location approved in Resolution 30993.
Committee referral: Transportation

     BY Clark
12. C.F. 313145

Report of the City Clerk on the Certificate of Sufficiency for Seattle City Charter Amendment No. 19, regarding a voter-proposed City Charter amendment changing the system of electing members of the City Council from present at-large system to a system in which seven of nine City Councilmembers are elected by districts and two from the City at-large.
Committee referral: Full Council

     BY Clark
13. C.F. 313147

Appointment of Deb Barker as member, Landmarks Preservation Board, for a term of confirmation to August 15, 2016.
Committee referral: Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations

     BY Clark
14. C.F. 313148

Appointment of Nicholas Carter as member, Landmarks Preservation Board, for a term of confirmation to August 15, 2016.
Committee referral: Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations

     BY Licata
15. C.F. 313149

Appointment of Kathryn A. Gardow as member, Burke-Gilman Place Public Development Authority, for a term of confirmation to June 30, 2016
Committee referral: Housing, Human Services, Health, and Culture

     BY Licata
16. C.F. 313150

Reappointment of Suzanne Petersen Tanneberg as member, Burke-Gilman Place Development Authority, for a term of confirmation to May 31, 2016.
Committee referral: Housing, Human Services, Health, and Culture

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