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Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar January 7, 2013

Seattle City Council Introduction and Referral Calendar January 7, 2013
     BY BURGESS
1. C.B. 117684

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

BY BURGESS
2. C.B. 117685

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

BY BURGESS
3. C.B. 117686

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

BY BAGSHAW
4. C.B. 117687

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Department of Parks and Recreation and Seattle Public Utilities; transferring partial jurisdiction of a portion of Lake Washington Boulevard located beneath, adjacent to, and across Lake Washington Boulevard South from a parking lot at 53 rd Avenue South, from the Department of Parks and Recreation to Seattle Public Utilities for maintenance, repair and operation of a combined sewer overflow underground storage tank, associated underground pipes and electrical lines, and limited surface ancillary facilities; and finding that transfer of partial jurisdiction meets the requirements of Ordinance 118477, which adopted Initiative 42.
Committee referral: Parks and Neighborhoods

BY BAGSHAW
5. C.B. 117688

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Department of Parks and Recreation and Seattle Public Utilities; transferring partial jurisdiction of a portion of Lake Washington Boulevard South located beneath and adjacent to a parking lot between 48th Avenue South and 49th Avenue South, from the Department of Parks and Recreation to Seattle Public Utilities for maintenance, repair, and operation of a combined sewer overflow underground storage tank, associated underground pipes and electrical lines, and limited surface ancillary facilities; and finding that transfer of partial jurisdiction meets the requirements of Ordinance 118477, which adopted Initiative 42.
Committee referral: Parks and Neighborhoods

BY GODDEN
6. C.B. 117689

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle Center Department; authorizing execution of a ten-year lease agreement with two five-year options to extend with Pottery Northwest, Inc., for use of space on the Seattle Center campus.
Committee referral: Libraries, Utilities, and Center

BY O’BRIEN
7. C.B. 117690

AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department; adopting the Washington State Department of Commerce’s advisory opinion on the eligibility of Nucor Steel’s waste heat to power project as energy conservation under the Washington Energy Independence Act; authorizing the Superintendent of City Light, or his designee, to enter into a multi- year energy conservation funding agreement with Nucor Steel for the project; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Energy and Environment

BY RASMUSSEN
8. C.B. 117691

AN ORDINANCE accepting for general street purposes 17 deeds and three correction deeds conveyed to the City of Seattle by the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (“Sound Transit”) in connection with the Central Link Light Rail Transit Project as agreed to in a Property Acquisition and Transfer Procedures Agreement between the City of Seattle and Sound Transit, dated August 12, 2003 (“Property Transfer Agreement”); laying off, opening, widening, extending, and establishing portions of the rights-of-way located on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South between South Byron Street and South Walden Street, between South Alaska Street and South Angeline Street, and between South Graham Street and South Myrtle Street, and at the confluence of Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and Merton Way South; accepting a deed and correction deed conveying to the City the rights of Sound Transit under a certain Retaining Wall Easement; placing the real property conveyed by the deeds under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Committee referral: Transportation

BY BURGESS
9. Res. 31423

A RESOLUTION declaring the support of the Seattle City Council for passage of the Seattle School District’s Proposition 1 Operations Levy and Proposition 2 Building Excellence IV Capital Levy, on the February 12, 2013 ballot.
Committee referral: Full Council

BY O’BRIEN
10. Res. 31424

A RESOLUTION related to the City Light Department; adopting revised procedures for determining the appropriate disposition of surplus properties under the jurisdiction of City Light; suspending the requirements of Resolution Nos. 29799 and 30862 for the processing of such properties; and requesting that City Light report back to the City Council on the outcome of circulation to other City departments and other public agencies, and on the community outreach required by the revised procedures, together with City Light’s recommendations for the appropriate disposition for the properties considered under such procedures.
Committee referral: Energy and Environment

BY No Sponsor Required
11. C.F. 312610

Council Concept Approval for construction of 120,000 gallon underground Combined Sewer Overflow tank, in an environmentally critical area, at a public facility in a single family zone located at 4608 Lake Washington Boulevard South. (Project No. 3014022, Type V).
Committee referral: Libraries, Utilities, and Center

BY Bagshaw
12. C.F. 312721

Appointment of Jourdan Keith as member, Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.
Committee referral: Parks and Neighborhoods

 

 

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