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Legislation approved 8/1/2011 now filed with the City Clerk

Scans of the signed documents are available in the database records linked below:

Ord. 123667
C.B. 117222

AN ORDINANCE relating to indigent public defense services; authorizing the City Budget Director to execute a contract for secondary defender services; authorizing a structure with only two public defense service providers for an interim period until a third provider contract is executed; ratifying and confirming prior acts; and declaring an emergency to provide for restoration of a program of essential indigent public defense services delayed by litigation.

Ord. 123668
C.B. 117231

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health; amending various sections of Chapters 3.30, 3.60, 5.78, 6.430, 9.25, 10.01, 10.03, 10.10, 10.13, 10.18, 10.24, 10.25, 10.26, 10.54, 10.56, 10.72, 10.76, 21.08, 21.12, 21.16, 21.36, 21.43, 22.801, 22.900G, 23.50, 23.60, 23.57, 23.69, 25.06, and 25.10 of the Seattle Municipal Code (‘SMC’) to change its name to “Public Health — Seattle and King County”; adopting and authorizing execution of a new interlocal agreement between the City of Seattle and King County entitled ’2011 King County/City of Seattle Interlocal Agreement Regarding Public Health — Seattle & King County’, and repealing Ordinance 118377, the prior interlocal agreement between the City of Seattle and King County entitled ‘SKCDPH Health Interlocal Agreement’; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.

Ord. 123669
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.

Ord. 123670
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.

Ord. 123671
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.

Ord. 123672
C.B. 117240

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

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.

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