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Action Summary, Monday 12/10/12

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

Councilmember Tom Rasmussen excused.     

PLANNING, LAND USE, AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE:
1. Council Bill 117601 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to land use and zoning, amending Sections 23.49.011, 23.49.013, 23.49.014, and 23.49.181 of the current Seattle Land Use Code (SMC, Title 23) of the Seattle Municipal Code, to correct omissions from previous amendments and facilitate the use of incentive provisions within the Downtown Harborfront 2 (DH2) zone and the Pioneer Square Mixed (PSM) 85-120 zone.   

2. Clerk File 309092 GRANTED AS CONDITIONED (8 – 0)
Application of Seattle University to prepare a new major institution master plan for the Seattle University Campus, located at 901 12th Avenue (Project No. 3008328, Type IV).  
 
3. Clerk File 312609 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Phillip Sit as member, Seattle Chinatown International District Public Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2016.      
 
COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC RESILIENCY AND REGIONAL RELATIONS:
4. Clerk File 312573 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Betty Halfon as member, Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority Council, for a term of confirmation to July 31, 2016.   
 
LIBRARIES, UTILITIES, AND CENTER COMMITTEE:
5. Council Bill 117589 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; adopting the 2013 Water System Plan.           
 
6. Council Bill 117655 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to water services of Seattle Public Utilities; revising facilities charges for service to wholesale customers, and amending Seattle Municipal Code Chapter 21.04.440 in connection therewith.      
 
7. Council Bill 117567 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to the Cedar River Watershed; authorizing five years of ecological thinning, in accordance with the Cedar River Watershed Habitat Conservation Plan, in Sections 8, 9, 13, 21, 22, 23, and 28, Township 22, North, Range 7, East, W.M., Sections 26, 27, 34, and 35, Township 22, North, Range 8, East, W.M., Sections 29, 30, 31, and 32, Township 22, North, Range 9, East, W.M., and Sections 10, 11, 14, and 15, Township 21, North, Range 10, East, W.M.; declaring the logs resulting from ecological thinning to be surplus to the City’s needs; authorizing the sale of such logs pursuant to applicable City contracting and surplus property sale procedures; and directing deposit of the proceeds therefrom to the Water Fund for the purposes of the Habitat Conservation Plan implementation.       
 
8. Council Bill 117657 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to the solid waste system of Seattle Public Utilities; prohibiting recyclable material from disposal in construction and demolition garbage containers and railhead intermodal containers, as well as at the City’s transfer stations; establishing a construction waste recycling facility certification program; requiring the submittal of waste diversion reports by certain construction and demolition waste generators; and amending Seattle Municipal Code Sections 21.36.089 and 21.36.922. 
 
9. Council Bill 117656 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; declaring the residential property at 10042 Rainier Avenue S. surplus to the City’s needs and authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to sell the real property through an open competitive process.        
 
10. Council Bill 117580 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; declaring property interests that may have been acquired by Seattle Public Utilities surplus to utility needs; and authorizing the exchange of quitclaim deeds between the City of Seattle and King County to clarify the northern boundary line of a portion of Seattle Public Utilities’ Lake Youngs Supplyline right-of way in the Southwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 22 North, Range 6 East, W.M., and in the Southeast Quarter of Section 6, Township 22 North, Range 6 East, W.M., in King County, Washington.
 
11. Council Bill 117654 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; declaring a fire hydrant easement in King County Parcel No. 9528101615 surplus to the City of Seattle’s utility needs; and authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to execute a Relinquishment of Easement relinquishing the easement.       
 
12. Council Bill 117581 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities’ property on the northeast corner of North 140th Street and Lenora Place North, Seattle, Washington; declaring fee ownership of this property to be surplus to the City of Seattle’s utility needs; authorizing Seattle Public Utilities to sell the surplus property and to execute documents and agreements necessary to complete the sale; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.         
 
13. Clerk File 312640 CONFIRMED (7 – 0)
Reappointment of Kathleen F. Joncas as member, Seattle Center Advisory Commission, for a term of confirmation to September 28, 2015.    
 
14. Clerk File 312639 CONFIRMED (7 – 0)
Appointment of Todd W. Leber as member, Seattle Center Advisory Commission, for a term of confirmation to September 28, 2015.          
 
GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE AND FINANCE COMMITTEE:
15. Clerk File 312647 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Charles G. Knutson as member, Families and Education Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2015.      
16. Clerk File 312648 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Sheeba M. Jacob as member, Families and Education Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2015.      
17. Clerk File 312649 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Melody Coffman as member, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, for a term of confirmation to January 1, 2016.           
 
18. Clerk File 312650 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Sarah L. Miller as member, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, for a term of confirmation to January 1, 2016.   
 
19. Clerk File 312651 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Michael S. Vincent as member, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, for a term of confirmation to January 1, 2016.           
 
PUBLIC SAFETY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE:
20. Resolution 31420 ADOPTED (8 – 0)
Proclaiming Seattle to be a Human Rights City in celebration of the sixty-fourth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 
 
21. Clerk File 312621 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Melda K. Hickman as member, Seattle Fire Code Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to October 31, 2015.   
 
22. Clerk File 312622 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of James B. Moren as member, Seattle Fire Code Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to October 31, 2015
 
23. Clerk File 312554 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Michael D. Mitchell as member, Seattle Human Rights Commission, for a term of confirmation to September 1, 2013.           
 
24. Clerk File 312612 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of David Lujano as member, Seattle Human Rights Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 22, 2014.           
 
25. Clerk File 312613 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Andrea Negrete as member, Seattle Human Rights Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 22, 2014.
 
26. Clerk File 312614 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Jennifer Yogi as member, Seattle Human Rights Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 22, 2014.           
 
27. Clerk File 312532 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Jonathan Porter as member, Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2014.  
 
28. Clerk File 312533 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Hope S. Drummond as member, Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2014.  
 
29. Clerk File 312541 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Mark L. Adreon as member, Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2014.  
 
30. Clerk File 312551 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Grace Oludiji as member, Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, for a term of confirmation to September 1, 2013.      
 
PARKS AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE:
31. Council Bill 117659 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Conservation Futures Levy proceeds; authorizing the Mayor to amend the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Seattle and King County as authorized by City of Seattle Ordinance 114978; and authorizing the deposit of 2011 Supplemental and 2012 allocations from King County Conservation Futures Levy proceeds into the City of Seattle’s 2008 Parks Levy Fund.  PASS
(Bagshaw, Godden)
 
32. Council Bill 117667 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to the 2008 Parks and Green Spaces Levy; authorizing the acquisition of real property commonly known as 4731 40th Avenue Southwest; authorizing acceptance and recording of the deed for open space, park, and recreation purpose; increasing appropriations to the Department of Parks and Recreation in the 2012 Adopted Budget; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a three-fourths vote of the City Council.        
 
33. Council Bill 117669 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to Queen Anne Bowl Playfield; authorizing a property exchange by conveyance of a strip of the Queen Anne Bowl Playfield property and acceptance of a deed for a portion of a parking lot to preserve parking for users of the Queen Anne Bowl Playfield; and superseding Ordinance 118477, which adopted Initiative 42, for purposes of this ordinance.  
 
34. Council Bill 117668 PASSED (8 – 0)
Relating to the Department of Parks and Recreation; accepting a deed for the donation of real property along the Burke-Gilman Trail in northeast Seattle, for open space, park, and recreation purposes; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.    

 

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