Legislation approved June 25, 2012, and filed with the City Clerk

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PDF copies of the signed legislation are available in the database records linked below:

Ord. 123910
C.B. 117472

AN ORDINANCE relating to City employment, adopting a 2012 Citywide Position List.

Ord. 123911
C.B. 117484

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to continue participating in environmental investigation and remediation of contamination of the South Park Landfill site under Washington State Department of Ecology Agreed Order 6706 and any subsequent Amendments to the Order; to enter into subsequent orders with the Washington State Department of Ecology to implement cleanup actions or tasks; to enter into interim cost-sharing agreements with other parties regarding activities related to site remediation; to enter into an agreement for another Potentially Liable Person to conduct an Interim Cleanup Action on a portion of the landfill which includes a permanent cost allocation for small portions of the site; to continue to seek and accept state remedial action grants for work related to the site; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.

Ord. 123912
C.B. 117499

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

Res. 31388

A RESOLUTION supporting the Caring Across Generations campaign that seeks to transform long term care in the U.S., both to help the individuals who rely on these services and to support the workers who provide home care.

Res. 31389

A RESOLUTION supporting the adoption of a Northgate Station Access Strategy by the Sound Transit Board, and stating that the City of Seattle intends to commit $5 million to pedestrian and bicycle improvements as a match to $5 million provided by Sound Transit and, additionally, up to $5 million to fund 25% of the cost of the proposed pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Interstate 5 at Northgate as part of a consortium of funders, including Sound Transit; the City would commit these funds between 2013 and 2018.