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    Action Summary, Monday, June 9, 2014

    Action Summary of the Seattle City Council

    Full Council Meeting

    Monday, June 9, 2014

     

    (Councilmembers Clark and O’Brien were excused.)

     

     

    SEATTLE PUBLIC UTILITIES AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE:

    1. C.B. 118088   PASSED (7-0)

    Relating to historic preservation, imposing controls upon the Boren Investment Company Warehouse, 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.

    2. C.B. 118090 PASSED (7-0)

    Relating to historic preservation, imposing controls upon Union Stables, 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.

    3. C.F. 313702 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Reappointment of Sharon Coleman as member, Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to November 30, 2017.

    4. C.F. 313703 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Reappointment of Pete Mills as member, Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to November 30, 2017.

    5. C.F. 313704 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Appointment of Wayne H. Lau as member, Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2017.

    6. C.F. 313706 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Appointment of Nelson Yong as member, Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2017.

    7. C.F. 313708 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Reappointment of Michael S. Omura as member, Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2017.

    8. C.F. 313802 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Appointment of Kristi L. Beattie as member, Pike Place Market Public Development Authority Asset Management Committee, for a term of confirmation to May 1, 2016.
     

    PUBLIC SAFETY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE:

     

    9.  C.F. 313744 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Appointment of Steven S. Potokar as member, Seattle Fire Code Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to May 27, 2017.

    10.
    C.F. 313826   CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Appointment of Jason Johanson as member, Seattle Fire Code Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to May 27, 2 017.

    11.C.F. 313827 CONFIRMED (7-0)

    Appointment of Scott Peterson as member, Seattle Fire Code Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to May 27, 2 017.
     

    COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AFFORDABILITY, HUMAN SERVICES, AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY:

     12.  C.B. 118091 PASSED (7-0)

    Relating to funding for housing and community development programs; adopting the City of Seattle 2014 — 2017 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development and authorizing its submission to the United States Department of Ho using and Urban Development; authorizing acceptance of grant funds from that department for programs and activities included in that plan; amending Ordinance 124349, which adopted the 2014 Budget; amending the 2012 Annual Allocation Plan component of the 2012 Update to the prior Consolidated Plan, as previously amended by Ordinance 123886, to reallocate federal HOME funds between activities; increasing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; and ratifying and confirming prior acts, all by a three-fourths vote of the City Council.

    13.C.B. 118107 PASSED (6-1; Councilmember Sawant opposed)

    Relating to the Pontedera condominium project, amending provisions of Ordinance 122099, which authorized the sale by the City for multifamily development of property known as Dearborn-Hiawatha Parcels 2a & 2b, at Hiawatha Place South and South Charles Street in the I-90 Redevelopment Project area, to HomeSight or its designee; authorizing the Director of Housing to cancel without payment or further performance the remaining balances of certain loans to the purchaser and HomeSight and to accept from the purchaser certain subordinate notes from home buyers; authorizing the Director of Housing to release remaining unsold units from income restrictions and long- term affordability covenants; authorizing the Director of Housing to make down-payment assistance loans to any low- income buyers of units in that property, and modifying Housing Funding Policies adopted in Ordinance 124298 for any such loans; and ratifying and confirming prior acts.

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