Action Summary of the Seattle City Council
Full Council Meeting
Monday, March 24, 2014
(Councilmember Tom Rasmussen was excused)
PUBLIC SAFETY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE:
FINANCE AND CULTURE COMMITTEE:
COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AFFORDABILITY, HUMAN SERVICES, AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY:
6. Resolution 31511 (PDF Version) ADOPTED AS AMENDED (8-0)
Supporting the King County transportation district ballot measure to finance transportation improvements and urging Seattle voters to vote “Yes” on Proposition 1 on the April 22, 2014 special election ballot.
PARKS, SEATTLE CENTER, LIBRARIES, AND GENDER PAY EQUITY COMMITTEE:
7. Council Bill 118046 (PDF Version) PASSED (8-0)
Relating to the Department of Parks and Recreation; authorizing the acquisition of real property commonly known as 4041 California Avenue SW and 4045 California Avenue Southwest; authorizing acceptance and recording of the deeds for open space, park, and recreation purposes; increasing appropriations to the Department of Parks and Recreation in the 2014 Adopted Budget; and amending the 2014-2019 Adopted Capital Improvement
Program; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a three-fourths vote of the City Council.
PLANNING, LAND USE, AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE;
8. Council Bill 117913 (PDF Version) PASSED (8-0)
Relating to environmentally critical areas, amending Sections 23.60A.156, 25.06.020, 25.06.030, 25.06.040, 25.06.0 50, 25.06.100, 25.06.110, 25.09.017, 25.09.020, 25.09.030, 25.09.040, 25.09.045, 25.09.055, 25.09.060, 25.09.120, 25.09. 160, 25.09.180, 25.09.200, 25.09.260, 25.09.300, 25.09.320, and 25.09.520 of the Seattle Municipal Code to reconcile conflict s and discrepancies between regulations for development in floodplains in Chapter 25.06 and the regulations for flood-pr one areas set forth in Chapter 25.09, and to clarify language and make minor amendments to the Regulations for Environmentally Critical Areas.