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Action Summary, Monday 7/16/12

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

Council President Sally Clark and Councilmember Mike O’Brien excused.    

FULL COUNCIL:

1. Resolution 31384 RE-REFERRED BACK TO COMMITTEE

Approving the composition of the Major Institution Citizens Advisory Committee for Swedish Medical Center’s Cherry Hill Campus.          

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE:

2. Council Bill 117479 PASSED (7 – 0)

Vacating the alley in Block A, W.C. Squires Replat of Block 8, Squire Park Addition to the City of Seattle, on the petition of Seattle University as reflected in Clerk File 305367.        

3. Council Bill 117510 PASSED (7 – 0)

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.   

4. Council Bill 117511 PASSED (7 – 0)

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.          

5. Council Bill 117518 PASSED (7 – 0)

Relating to parking time-limits on Sundays; amending Seattle Municipal Code section 11.76.020 to allow time-limited parking, as indicated by signposting, on Sundays in paid parking areas. 

6. Resolution 31381 ADOPTED (7 – 0)

Relating to the franchise permit granted to the Seattle Steam Limited Partnership by Ordinance 121067, as amended by Ordinance 122260, to maintain and operate a thermal energy system in and along certain streets, avenues, alleys, and public places in the City of Seattle by establishing the annual fee for the next ten years of the permit.   

ADOPTION OF OTHER RESOLUTIONS:

7. Resolution 31395 ADOPTED (7 – 0)

Setting the public hearing for the vacation of a portion of Broad Street between Taylor Avenue North and 6th Avenue North in the Uptown neighborhood area of Seattle; pursuant to Chapter 35.79 Revised Code of Washington (RCW) and Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) 15.62 (Clerk File 312319).

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