Action Summary, Monday, February 23, 2015

Action Summary of the Seattle City Council

Full Council Meeting

Monday, February 23, 2015

Councilmember Bagshaw was excused.

 

FULL COUNCIL

1.  Res 31571 ADOPTED (8-0)

A RESOLUTION adopting the Seattle City Council 2015 Work Program

 

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

2.  CB 118303 PASSED AS AMENDED (6-2; Opposed O’Brien and Sawant) 

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation to execute an agreement between The City of Seattle and City Investors VII, LLC for a full block reconstruction of 8th Avenue North, between Thomas and Harrison Streets.

 

PUBLIC SAFETY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

3.  Res 31570 ADOPTED (8-0)

A RESOLUTION adopting the City of Seattle Privacy Principles governing the City’s operations, which will provide an ethical framework for dealing with current and future technologies that impact privacy, and setting timelines for future reporting on the development of a Privacy Statement and Privacy Toolkit for their implementation.

4.  Res 31569 ADOPTED (8-0)

A RESOLUTION proposing that certain public-interest obligations be required of Comcast Corporation for its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable Incorporated in the event the merger is approved by the Federal Communications Commission.

5.  Appt 00017 CONFIRMED (8-0)

Reappointment of Dori C. Cahn as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to February 1, 2017.

6.  Appt 00018 CONFIRMED (8-0)

Reappointment of Simon M-S Khin as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to February 1, 2017.

7.  Appt 00019 CONFIRMED (8-0)

Appointment of Kay Godefroy as member, Community Police Commission, for a term of confirmation to February 10, 2018.

 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AFFORDABILITY, HUMAN SERVICES AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY

8.  CB 118324 PASSED (8-0)

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Multifamily Housing Property Tax Exemption Program; amending Subsection 5.73.040.B of the Seattle Municipal Code to differentiate small efficiency dwelling units from other dwelling units for purposes of determining affordability requirements under the Multifamily Housing Property Tax Exemption Program.

9.  CF 314220 CONFIRMED (8-0)

Appointment of Zachary R. Pullin as member, Seattle Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, for a term of confirmation to December 1, 2018.

10.  CF 314221 CONFIRMED (8-0)

Appointment of Jermaine Smiley as member, Seattle Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, for a term of confirmation to December 1, 2018.

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