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Full Council Action Summary, Monday 1/14/13

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

FULL COUNCIL:
1. Resolution 31423 ADOPTED (9 – 0)
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.

PLANNING, LAND USE, AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE:
2. Council Bill 117585 HELD UNTIL January 22, 2013
Proposed Substitute
(added 1/14, 11:40 a.m.) Relating to the Seattle Shoreline Master Program; amending the Seattle Comprehensive Plan provisions in the Shoreline District; repealing Chapter 23.60 of the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC), the Shoreline Master Program; adopting a new Chapter 23.60A of the SMC, the Shoreline Master Program Regulations; incorporating and amending Chapter 25.09 of the SMC, environmentally critical areas regulations located in the Shoreline District into Chapter 23.60A of the SMC; amending subsection 23.80.004.C of the SMC, essential public facilities for light rail transit in the Shoreline District; adding certain shoreline violations to the citation process in Chapter 23.91of the SMC; amending Chapter 23.32 of the SMC at pages 1, 10, 33, 49, 52, 53, 65, 74, 75, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 97, 99, 114, 125, 208, 210, 214, 215, and 217 of the Official Land Use Map to revise the locations of shoreline environments; adopting a Restoration and Enhancement Plan; repealing subsections 25.09.020.D.6 and 25.09.200.B of the environmentally critical areas regulations, creating and regulating shoreline habitat as a critical area; and amending Sections 22.170.110, 22.805.020, 22.807.020, 23.28.030, 23.34.007, 23.41.004, 23.41.012, 23.42.038, 23.42.040, 23.42.100, 23.44.006, 23.44.008, 23.44.010, 23.44.014, 23.44.052, 23.45.536, 23.45.545, 23.50.002, 23.50.014, 23.50.018, 23.50.026, 23.55.015, 23.57.002, 23.72.006, 23.72.008, 23.76.006, 23.76.066, 23.88.020, 23.90.006, 23.91.002, 25.09.015, 25.09.020, 25.09.045, Section 25.09.200, 25.09.240, 25.09.260, 25.09.320, 25.09.330, 25.09.520 of the SMC.            

3. Clerk File 312087 GRANTED AS CONDITIONED (9 – 0)
Council land use action to allow an expansion to an existing public facility (Pump Station #39) in an environmentally critical area located at 5080 Beach Drive Southwest (Project No. 3012748, Type V).
 
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE:
4. Council Bill 117677 PASSED (9 – 0)
Granting Swedish Health Services permission to maintain and operate a pedestrian skybridge over and across 16th Avenue, north of East Jefferson Street, for a ten-year term, renewable for two successive ten-year terms; 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 117678 PASSED (9 – 0)
Accepting limited purpose easements for sidewalk or alley turn-around purposes; laying off portions of the following rights-of-way: the sidewalk adjoining Block 81, Terry’s Second Addition to the Town of Seattle; sidewalk adjoining Lot 3, Acre 5, Tract 79, Maple Leaf Addition to Green Lake Circle; the alley turn-around in Block 101, D.T. Denny’s 5th Addition to North Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Block 63, D.T. Denny’s Home Addition to the City of Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Block 333, Seattle Tide Lands; the sidewalk adjoining a portion of Vacated Corliss Avenue North as vacated under Ordinance No. 99785 and Lot 5, Phillips’ Addition; the sidewalk adjoining Block A, W.C. Squires Replat of Block Eight of Squire Park Addition to the City of Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Tracts 173 and 174, Pinehurst; the alley turn-around in Block 13, The Maple Leaf Addition to Green Lake Circle; the alley turn-around in Lots 3, 4, and 5, Acre 4, Block 13, The Maple Leaf Addition to Green Lake Circle; the alley turn-around in Lots 5 and 6, Acre 5, Tract 4, Lots 1 through 6, Acre 4, Tract 4, and Lots 3 and 4, Acre 3, Tract 4, The Maple Leaf Addition to Green Lake Circle; the sidewalk adjoining the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 19, Township 26 North, Range 4 East W.M.; the sidewalk adjoining Government Lot 8, Section 5, Township 24 North, Range 4 East W.M.; the sidewalk adjoining Block 37, Plat of Rainier Boulevard 5th Addition to the City of Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Lot D, City of Seattle Short Subdivision No. 78-3, Recording No. 7803140798; the sidewalk adjoining Block 1, Jackson Street Addition to the City of Seattle; placing the real property conveyed by said easements under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming prior acts.           

 
6. Council Bill 117679 PASSED (9 – 0)
Accepting deeds and an easement for street or alley purposes; laying off, opening, widening, extending, and establishing portions of the following rights-of-way: Minor Avenue North and Aloha Street abutting Block 4, Supplementary Plat of D.T. Denny’s Second Addition to North Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Block 81, Terry’s Second Addition to Town of Seattle; the alley in Block 94, D.T. Denny’s 1st Addition to North Seattle; the alley in Block 42, Denny & Hoyt’s Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 97, D. T. Denny’s 5th Addition to North Seattle; the alley in Block 33, Second Addition to that part of the City of Seattle, as laid off by A.A. Denny and W.N. Bell (commonly known as Bell and Denny’s 2nd Addition to the City of Seattle); the alley in Block 3, University Lake Shore Park; the alley in Block 101, D.T. Denny’s 5th Addition to North Seattle; the alley in Block 68, D.T. Denny’s Park Addition to North Seattle; the alley in Block 8, The Byron Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 100, D.T. Denny’s 5th Addition to North Seattle; the alley in Block 7, Pettit’s University Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 17, C.D. Hillman’s Atlantic City Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 59, Boston Co’s Plat of West Seattle; the alley in Block 4, Jos. C. Kinnear’s Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 51, Denny and Hoyt’s Addition to the City of Seattle; Stone Avenue North abutting a portion of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 19, Township 26 North, Range 4 East, Willamette Meridian; the alley in Block 6, Columbia; the alley in Block 57, Gilman Park; the alley in Block 97, D.T. Denny’s 5th Addition to North Seattle; the alley in Block 10, Pettit’s University Addition to the City of Seattle; placing the real property conveyed by said deeds and easement under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.

 7. Council Bill 117683 PASSED (9 – 0)
Granting CCSDC, LLC permission to construct, maintain, and operate a greywater infiltration system in the east side planting strip area of 15th Avenue, between East Madison Street and East Pike Street, as part of the construction of the new Bullitt Center at 1501 East Madison Street; for a ten-year term, renewable for two successive ten-year terms; specifying the conditions under which this permit is granted; and providing for the acceptance of the permit and conditions.      

 
8. Clerk File 312629 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Reappointment of Michael M. Sheehan as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, f or a term of confirmation to December 31, 2013           

 
9. Clerk File 312630 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Reappointment of David B. Mendoza as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.

 
10. Clerk File 312631 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Reappointment of Linda Anderson as member, Seattle Freight Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.   

 
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE:
11. Resolution 31424 ADOPTED (8 – 0)
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.

 
HOUSING, HUMAN SERVICES, HEALTH, AND CULTURE COMMITTEE:
12. Clerk File 312620 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
 
Appointment of Daphne A. Tomchak as member, Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.      

 
13. Clerk File 312524 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Molly Holmes as member, Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.  
 
14. Clerk File 312525 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Claire Brannan as member, Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.  
 
15. Clerk File 312526 CONFIRMED (8 – 0, LICATA DISQUALIFIED)
Reappointment of Nick Licata as member, Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.      
 
16. Clerk File 312527 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Appointment of Kathe Matrone as member, Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.      
 
17. Clerk File 312723 CONFIRMED (8 – 0)
Reappointment of Diane Snell, as member, Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.      
 
18. Clerk File 312618 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Appointment of Debbie C. Thiele as member, Seattle Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, for a term of confirmation to March 20, 2013.        
 
19. Clerk File 312663 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Appointment of Aser D. Ashkir as member, Seattle Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, for a term of confirmation to October 1, 2014.          
 
20. Clerk File 312619 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)

Reappointment of Kollin K. Min as member, Seattle Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, for a term of confirmation to March 20, 2016.            

 

PARKS AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE:

21. Clerk File 312642 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)

Appointment of David M. Boyd as member, Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.
 
22. Clerk File 312643 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)

Appointment of Rossi F. Maddalena as member, Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.      
 
23. Clerk File 312644 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Appointment of Stephanie Johnson-Toliver as member, Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.      
 
24. Clerk File 312721 CONFIRMED (9 – 0)
Appointment of Jourdan Keith as member, Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee, for a term of confirmation to December 31, 2014.     
 

* Public Notice of City Council’s Intent to Support Seattle School District’s Propositions 1 and 2
 
At 2:00 p.m., Monday, January 14, 2013, the Seattle City Council intends to vote on Resolution No. 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.”

 
The ballot title of Proposition 1 reads, “The Board of Directors of Seattle School District No. 1 requests approval of an operations levy for education, as set forth in Resolution No. 2012/13-3. This proposition authorizes the District to levy the following excess taxes, to replace an expiring levy and maintain current funding levels in order to support the District’s educational programs and operations, on all taxable property within the District:

 

Collection Years            Approximate Levy Rate/$1,000 Assessed Value  Levy Amount

2014     $1.45    $167,200,000

2015     $1.55    $185,100,000

2016     $1.60    $199,600,000

 

Should this proposition be approved? 

YES

 NO ”

 

The ballot title of Proposition 2 reads, “The Board of Directors of Seattle School District No. 1 requests approval of a capital levy as described in Resolution No. 2012/13-4. The proposition replaces an expiring capital levy and authorizes the levy of excess taxes to fund the Building Excellence Program for earthquake, safety projects, construction or renovation at 13 schools, projects for increased enrollment and major maintenance at 20 schools, and technology improvements and other projects throughout the District:

 

Collection Years            Approximate Levy Rate/$1,000 Assessed Value  Levy Amount

2014     $1.00    $115,816,666

2015     $0.97    $115,816,666

2016     $0.93    $115,816,667

2017     $0.89    $115,816,667

2018     $0.85    $115,816,667

2019     $0.82    $115,816,667

 

Should this proposition be approved?

Yes

No ”

 

As provided for under the Revised Code of Washington 42.17A.555, the City Council will provide members of the public an equal opportunity for the expression of support or opposition to the measures at the January 14, 2013, City Council meeting. 

 

The City Council meeting on January 14 will begin at 2:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber at 600 Fourth Avenue (entrances on Fourth Avenue and Fifth Avenue), 2nd floor. 

 

A sign-up sheet will be available at 1:45 p.m.  Speakers will be drawn from the sign-up list in the order in which they sign, alternating between proponents and opponents of the measure, until the time allotted to members of the public is exhausted.  Note that not all members of the public who sign up are guaranteed an opportunity to speak.

 

For further information, please contact Emilia M. Sanchez of the Office of the City Clerk at 206-233-3863 or Emilia.Sanchez@Seattle.gov .

 

 

J.         ADOPTION OF OTHER RESOLUTIONS

 

K.         OTHER BUSINESS

 

L.         ADJOURNMENT

 

The Council’s Chambers and offices are physically accessible; Print and communications access provided on request. Call 206-684-8888 (TDD: 206-233-0025) for further information.            

 

Contact: Megan Coppersmith

Communications Director

(206) 615-0061

or e-mail: megan.coppersmith@seattle.gov

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