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Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar July 25, 2011

BY RASMUSSEN
1. C.B. 117233

AN ORDINANCE accepting for general street purposes 15 deeds conveyed to the City of Seattle by the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (“Sound Transit”) in connection with the Central Link Light Rail Transit Project as agreed to in a Property Acquisition and Transfer Procedures Agreement between the City of Seattle and Sound Transit, dated August 12, 2003 (“Property Transfer Agreement”); laying off, opening, widening, extending, and establishing portions of the rights-of-way located on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South between South Morgan Street and South Warsaw Street, and South Findlay Street and South Graham Street; accepting a deed conveying to the City the rights of Sound Transit under a certain Slope and Soil Nail Easement; placing the real property conveyed by the 16 deeds under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Transportation

     BY RASMUSSEN
2. C.B. 117234

AN ORDINANCE accepting for general street purposes 16 deeds conveyed to the City of Seattle by the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (“Sound Transit”) in connection with the Central Link Light Rail Transit Project as agreed to in a Property Acquisition and Transfer Procedures Agreement between the City of Seattle and Sound Transit, dated August 12, 2003 (“Property Transfer Agreement”); laying off, opening, widening, extending, and establishing portions of the rights-of-way located on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South between South Orcas Street and South Raymond Street, South Eddy Street and South Angel Place, South Dawson Street and South Brandon Street, and South Lucile Street and South Findlay Street; placing the real property conveyed by the 16 deeds under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Transportation

     BY GODDEN
3. C.B. 117237

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

     BY O’BRIEN
4. C.B. 117238

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Department of Neighborhoods; authorizing implementation of certain Neighborhood Matching Fund projects in 2011, and specifying that 2011 appropriations for the Neighborhood Matching Subfund shall carry forward automatically to future budget years.
Committee referral: Seattle Public Utilities and Neighborhoods

     BY BAGSHAW
5. C.B. 117239

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Department of Parks and Recreation; authorizing the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation to convey a strip of tide lands associated with Waterfront Park to Pier 57 Corporation, a Washington Corporation, to complete a lot boundary adjustment consistent with a 1989 Settlement Agreement; superseding the requirements of Ordinance 118477, which adopted Initiative 42, for the purposes of this ordinance; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Parks and Seattle Center

     BY CONLIN
6. Res. 31312

A RESOLUTION adopting new climate protection and adaptation goals for Seattle and outlining the process for updating the Seattle Climate Action Plan to provide a roadmap for achieving those goals.
Committee referral: Regional Development and Sustainability

     BY CLARK
7. Res. 31313

A RESOLUTION identifying proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments to be considered for possible adoption in 2012, and requesting that the Department of Planning and Development and Seattle Planning Commission review and make recommendations about the amendments to the Council.
Committee referral: Built Environment

     BY Conlin
8. C.F. 311669

Appointment of Tom Early as member, Urban Forestry Commission, for a term of confirmation to December 1, 2011.
Committee referral: Regional Development and Sustainability

     BY No Sponsor Required
9. C.F. 311670

Petition of the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation to vacate a portion of Westlake Avenue between Pine Street and Fourth Avenue currently improved and operating as a portion of Westlake Park, bounded by the south margin of Pine Street, a line 20 feet west of and parallel to the east margin of Westlake Avenue, the east margin of Fourth Avenue, and the east margin of Westlake Park.
Committee referral: Transportation

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