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Legislation approved August 12, 2013, by the Seattle City Council, and filed with the City Clerk

Ord. 124249
C.B. 117842

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Technology Matching Fund Program; making allocations and authorizing implementation of certain Technology Matching Fund projects in 2013; providing that 2013 appropriations for the Technology Matching Fund from the Cable Television Franchise Subfund and from the Information Technology Fund shall automatically carry forward into the 2014 fiscal year; that any unspent funds from an individual project may be applied to another Technology Matching Fund project; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.

Ord. 124250
C.B. 117845

AN ORDINANCE related to City banking contracts; creating a new Chapter 20.65 in Title 20 of the Seattle Municipal Code; requiring the Director of the Department of Finance and Administrative Services to consider socially responsible banking practices when selecting vendors for depository services; and requiring periodic reports to the City Council.

Ord. 124251
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.

Ord. 124252
C.B. 117860

AN ORDINANCE relating to City employment and the 2013 Adopted Budget; authorizing execution of a collective bargaining agreement between the City of Seattle and the Seattle Parking Enforcement Officers’ Guild to be effective January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2013; amending Ordinance 124058 by increasing appropriations to the Police Department for providing the 2011 and 2012 retroactive payments therefor; and ratifying and confirming prior acts.

Ord. 124253
C.B. 117862

AN ORDINANCE relating to City contracting; increasing an appropriation in the Department of Finance and Administrative Services 2013 Adopted Budget; creating two new full-time positions to monitor and enforce wage and labor conditions, including wage-theft violations; requiring a report summarizing the work performed; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts in connection thereto; all by a three-fourths vote of the City Council.

Ord. 124254
C.B. 117863

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System; clarifying the delegation and contracting authority of the Retirement System Board of Administration; and amending Section 4.36.140 of the Seattle Municipal Code.

Ord. 124255
C.B. 117864

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle Sister Cities program, amending sections 1.24.010 and 1.24.020 of the Seattle Municipal Code; and adding new sections 3.14.440, 3.14.450, 3.14.460, and 3.14.470 to the Seattle Municipal Code.

Ord. 124256
C.B. 117866

AN ORDINANCE relating to the regulation of wheelchair accessible taxicab licenses; and amending Sections 6.310.330 of the Seattle Municipal Code in connection thereto.

Ord. 124257
C.B. 117879

AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.

Res. 31469

A RESOLUTION to initiate a five-year SoDo (South of Downtown) Parking and Business Improvement Area.

Res. 31470

A RESOLUTION of intention to establish a five-year SoDo (South of Downtown) Parking and Business Improvement Area and fixing a date and place for a hearing thereon.

Res. 31471

A RESOLUTION of intention to disestablish the 1983 Pioneer Square Parking and Business Improvement Area, and fixing a date and place for a hearing thereon.

Res. 31472

A RESOLUTION to initiate a Pioneer Square Parking and Business Improvement Area.

Res. 31473

A RESOLUTION of intention to establish a Pioneer Square Parking and Business Improvement Area, and fixing a date and place for a hearing thereon.

Res. 31474

A RESOLUTION amending Resolution 31334; clarifying the City’s approach toward amortizing the unfunded liability of the Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System (SCERS); and requesting that the SCERS Board of Administration and its actuary deliver to the City Council in 2014 an analysis of other potential assumption and policy changes designed to further strengthen the retirement system.

Res. 31475

A RESOLUTION approving interest rates set by the Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System (SCERS) Board of Administration for 2014.

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