Tag: Sports Arena
On Monday, September 24, the City Council voted 6 to 2 in favor of an agreement that would ultimately result in public financing to support constructing a new arena south of Safeco Field. Councilmember Nick Licata and I voted against the legislation (Councilmember Rasmussen was absent). We have often been told that this was one […][Full Post]
The City Council voted 6-2 yesterday in favor of a revised Memorandum of Understanding for a basketball and hockey arena in SODO. Below are the remarks I made explaining my vote.[Full Post]
The following is a summation of Council actions at today’s 2:00 p.m. Full Council meeting. Councilmember Tom Rasmussen excused. FULL COUNCIL: 1. Council Bill 117595 PASSED (8 – 0) Authorizing the Director of Finance and Administrative Services to execute and deliver a building separation easement and restrictive covenant agreement granting an air rights easement over […][Full Post]
The Council voted 6-2 today to approve a revised agreement with private investor Chris Hansen for a new sports and entertainment arena. The final version of the bill includes technical amendments discussed over the past ten days with the King County Council.
Posted: September 24th, 2012 under Councilmember Bagshaw, Councilmember Burgess, Councilmember Clark, Councilmember Godden, Councilmember Harrell, Councilmember O'Brien, News Releases.
Tags: Bagshaw, Burgess, Clark, Godden, Harrell, O'Brien, Sports Arena
I am pleased that after months of discussion, we are seriously considering a new arena for our SuperSonics and potentially an NHL team. I have moved from “Really? Spend public money on yet another sports arena?” to a qualified, “Yes.” The proposed plan can work for the people and entities that concern me deeply: the City […][Full Post]
We have to prepare for all events. We cannot count on the past as fixed guide to the future.[Full Post]
Last Thursday afternoon the Government Performance and Finance Committee voted 7-0 (with one abstention) to approve the revised agreement to build a new sports and entertainment facility. The legislation will be considered by the Full Council on Monday, Sept. 24….[Full Post]
The City Council’s Government Performance and Finance Committee voted 7-0 (with one abstention) this afternoon to approve a revised version of legislation containing the proposed agreement to build a new sports and entertainment arena. The legislation will be considered by the Full Council on Monday, Sept. 24.
Seattle City Councilmembers Sally J. Clark, Tim Burgess and Mike O’Brien announced today that they have reached an agreement with Chris Hansen’s ArenaCo for a new sports and entertainment arena they will recommend to their colleagues for approval by the full Council.
Seattle City Councilmembers will make an announcement on the proposed arena this morning…