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Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar July 2, 2012

Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar July 2, 2012

BY BURGESS
1. C.B. 117507

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

BY GODDEN
2. C.B. 117508

AN ORDINANCE relating to a recreational trails agreement with King County; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to grant King County permission to develop and operate recreational trails on portions of utility property in the Tolt Right of Way, the Lake Youngs Reservoir area, the West Seattle Right of Way, the Snoqualmie Valley/Rattlesnake Lake area, and the Cedar River Pipeline Drain Right of Way; in partial consideration for which the County will grant the City permission to use King County property in the vicinity of Rattlesnake Lake for recreational trails and an access road; and authorizing the Director to execute the agreement for these property uses.
Committee referral: Libraries, Utilities, and Center

BY RASMUSSEN
3. C.B. 117509

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Traffic Code; allowing payment for parking in City public rights-of-way by mobile device; authorizing the Director of Transportation to enter into contracts and to set convenience fees to be charged for pay by mobile device services; amending Sections 11.14.425, 11.76.005, 11.76.010 and 11.76.015 of the Seattle Municipal Code; and adding a new Section 11.16.127.
Committee referral: Transportation

BY RASMUSSEN
4. C.B. 117510

AN ORDINANCE, relating to the permission granted to the Quadrant Corporation by Ordinance 118908, as amended by Ordinances 121855 and 123801, to construct, maintain, and operate a vehicular and pedestrian ramp over North Northlake Way beneath the George Washington Memorial (Aurora Avenue) Bridge, by amending Section 1 to revise the legal description of the adjacent property; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Transportation

BY RASMUSSEN
5. C.B. 117511

AN ORDINANCE granting King County permission to maintain and operate a D-C Substation in connection with its public transportation system, on Valley Street, east of 1st Avenue North, for an unlimited term; specifying the conditions under which this permit is granted; providing for the acceptance of the permit and conditions; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Transportation

BY HARRELL
6. C.B. 117512

AN ORDINANCE relating to the City’s traffic code; amending various sections and subsections in Chapters 11.14, 11.22, 11.31, 11.32, 11.54, 11.56, 11.58, 11.59 and 11.84 of the Seattle Municipal Code to conform with changes in state law.
Committee referral: Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology

BY HARRELL
7. C.B. 117513

AN ORDINANCE relating to the City’s criminal code; amending and adding various sections and subsections in Chapters 12A.06 and 12A.10 of the Seattle Municipal Code to conform with changes in state law.
Committee referral: Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology

BY RASMUSSEN
8. Res. 31392

A RESOLUTION setting the public hearing on the petition of the Seattle Housing Authority for the vacation of streets and alleys in Seattle Housing Authority’s Yesler Terrace Community Housing in the First Hill area of Seattle; pursuant to Chapter 35.79 Revised Code of Washington (RCW) and Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) 15.62 (Clerk File 311389).
Committee referral: Full Council

BY RASMUSSEN
9. Res. 31393

A RESOLUTION establishing goals and objectives for an operational efficiencies review of the Seattle Department of Transportation and creating a joint City Council, Executive and Office of the City Auditor interdepartmental team to oversee project implementation.
Committee referral: Transportation

BY Clark
10. C.F. 312445

Reappointment of Fauna Doyle as member, Historic Seattle Preservation Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to November 30, 2015.
Committee referral: Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations

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