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Legislation approved by the Seattle City Council on August 11, 2014, and filed with the City Clerk

Scanned copies of the signed legislation are available in the database records linked below:

Ord. 124545
C.B. 118145

AN ORDINANCE relating to the redevelopment of Yesler Terrace; authorizing the execution of Lot Boundary Adjustment #3016027; authorizing an exchange of property between the City of Seattle and the Housing Authority of the City of Seattle to complete the Lot Boundary Adjustment to allow for the dedication of the new South Washington Street as part of the final plat of Yesler Terrace Community; and finding, after a public hearing, that the exchange of property meets the requirements of Ordinance 118477, which adopted Initiative 42.

Ord. 124546
C.B. 118151

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Department of Neighborhoods; authorizing implementation of certain Neighborhood Matching Fund projects in 2014, and specifying that 2014 appropriations for the Neighborhood Matching Subfund shall carry forward automatically to future budget years; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.

Ord. 124547
C.B. 118161

AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Superintendent of the Department of Parks and Recreation to execute an amended and restated ground lease between the City of Seattle and the Center for Wooden Boats for development, operation and maintenance of an Education Center in Lake Union Park.

Ord. 124548
C.B. 118173

AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.

Res. 31534

A RESOLUTION relating to Seattle Public Utilities; adopting a 2015-2020 Strategic Business Plan for Seattle Public Utilities and endorsing a six-year rate path required to support the Strategic Business Plan.

Res. 31539

A RESOLUTION prioritizing family unity and urging President Obama and Congress to replace the enforcement oriented federal immigration system with an immigration policy that keeps families together and respects the right of all workers to support their families.


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