Legislation approved by the Seattle City Council on October 6, 2014, and filed with the City Clerk

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Ord. 124607
C.B. 118194

AN ORDINANCE relating to the rates, terms and conditions for the use and sale of electricity supplied by the City Light Department for 2015 and 2016; and amending Seattle Municipal Code Sections 21.49.030, 21.49.040, 21.49.052, 21.49.055, 21.49.057, 21.49.058, 21.49.060, 21.49.065, 21.49.080, 21.49.082, and 21.49.085 in connection therewith.

Ord. 124608
C.B. 118201

AN ORDINANCE relating to land use and zoning; establishing a definition for small efficiency dwelling unit; clarifying standards for configuration of dwelling units; amending development standards for congregate residences; amending design review thresholds; clarifying the application of green factor landscaping requirements to congregate residences; amending income eligible household definitions for incentive programs related to small efficiency dwelling units and congregate residences; and modifying vehicle, bicycle and Restricted Parking Zone regulations for small efficiency dwelling units and congregate residences; amending Sections 11.16.315, 23.41.004, 23.45.504, 23.45.508, 23.45.524, 23.47A.004, 23.47A.016, 23.54.015, 23.54.040, 23.58A.004, and 23.84A.008 of the Seattle Municipal Code; and adopting new Sections 23.42.048 and 23.42.049.

Ord. 124609
C.B. 118224

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

Res. 31538

A RESOLUTION relating to Indigenous Peoples’ Day; declaring the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the City of Seattle; encouraging other institutions to recognize the Day; and reaffirming the City’s commitment to promote the well-being and growth of Seattle’s American Indian and Indigenous community.

Res. 31543

A RESOLUTION concerning the Central Waterfront; commending the work of the Central Waterfront Committee, dissolving that Committee and superseding Resolution 31264; and establishing a new Central Waterfront Steering Committee to advise the City on implementing the Central Waterfront Concept Design and Strategic Plan to create a series of new parks and public spaces on the Central Waterfront, and on building the broader partnerships necessary for it to succeed.