Seattle City Council Councilmember Tim Burgess
Seattle City Council committee approves revised arena agreement
Action moves legislation to Full Council for consideration on Sept. 24
Seattle – The City Council’s Government Performance and Finance Committee voted 7-0 (with one abstention) this afternoon to approve a revised version of legislation containing the proposed agreement to build a new sports and entertainment arena. The legislation will be considered by the Full Council on Monday, Sept. 24.
“Today’s vote moves us one step closer to a good deal for all the people of Seattle, not just sports fans,” said Councilmember Tim Burgess, Chair of the Government Performance and Finance Committee. “The new deal protects family-wage jobs and provides strong financial protections for taxpayers and city and county government. It also gives us an opportunity to begin an in-depth planning process about the future of the Seattle Center.”
The following documents contain more information on the revised agreement:
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