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Action Summary, Monday 03/12/2012

Councilmembers Richard Conlin, Mike O’Brien, Bruce Harrell and Nick Licata excused. 

The following is a summation of Council actions at today’s 2:00 p.m. Full Council meeting.

 

GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE AND FINANCE COMMITTEE:

1. Clerk File 312155 CONFIRMED (5 – 0)

Appointment of Jennifer A. Greenlee as Executive Director of the Civil Service Commission and of the Public Safety Civil Service Commission, for a term of confirmation to February 14, 2015.    

 

PUBLIC SAFETY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE:

2. Council Bill 117406 Held until next week

Relating to grant funds from the US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance; authorizing the Mayor or his designee to execute related agreements; increasing an appropriation in the 2012 Adopted Budget for the Police Department; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.   

 

LIBRARIES, UTILITIES, AND CENTER COMMITTEE:

3. Council Bill 117422 PASSED (5 – 0)

Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to enter into a license agreement with the Port of Seattle allowing Seattle Public Utilities to make a connection to a storm drain system owned by the Port of Seattle to receive water pumped from the Riverton Heights well field.

 

COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC RESILIENCY AND REGIONAL RELATIONS:

4. Clerk File 311996 CONFIRMED (5 – 0)

Appointment of Mark R. Ellerbrook as member, Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority Asset Management Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2013.

 

ADOPTION OF OTHER RESOLUTIONS:

5. Resolution 31363 ADOPTED AS AMENDED (5 – 0)

Supporting Washington’s BEST (Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking) Alliance, a business-led initiative to prevent human trafficking  by adopting an anti-trafficking policy and a set of practices including: assessing and managing trafficking-related risks and impacts, aligning business practices with the anti-trafficking policy, educating employees about human trafficking, and training employees to identify and report possible cases to law enforcement.

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