Scans of the signed documents are available in the database records linked below:
Legislation passed by the Seattle City Council 9/12/11
AN ORDINANCE relating to land use and zoning; amending Chapter 23.32 of the Seattle Municipal Code at page 52 of the Official Land Use Map to rezone property located at 6300 Seaview Avenue NW, and a portion of the NW 65th Street right-of-way lying immediately east of Seaview Avenue NW, from Single Family 5000 (SF 5000) to Commercial 1 with a 40 foot height limit (C1-40) (Petition by Mary Hanna Murphy, C.F. 311196, DPD Project 3011490).
AN ORDINANCE relating to employment in Seattle; adding a new chapter 14.16 to the Seattle Municipal Code; establishing minimum standards for the provision of paid sick and paid safe time; prescribing penalties, remedies and enforcement procedures; amending Section 3.14.931 of the Seattle Municipal Code; and requesting a post- implementation assessment from the Seattle Office for Civil Rights.
AN ORDINANCE related to the City Light Department and a Utility Relocation Agreement with the City of Burien for the relocation and undergrounding of utility infrastructure for the 1st Avenue South Improvements — Phase 2 project in Burien; approving the release, indemnification and hold harmless provision in accordance with Section 8.2 of the Utility Relocation Agreement, and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
AN ORDINANCE relating to exemptions from the Civil Service, reenacting and amending Seattle Municipal Code Section 4.13.010 to exempt various positions of employment from the Civil Service System by a two-thirds vote of the City Council.
AN ORDINANCE authorizing, in 2011, acceptance of funding from non-City sources; authorizing the heads of the Department of Planning and Development, Department of Parks and Recreation, Department of Finance and Administrative Services, Human Services Department, the Office of Economic Development, Seattle Fire Department, Seattle Police Department, Seattle City Light, and Seattle Public Utilities to accept specified grants and private funding and to execute, deliver, and perform corresponding agreements; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
AN ORDINANCE amending Ordinance 123442, which adopted the 2011 Budget, including the 2011-2016 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); changing appropriations to various departments and budget control levels, and from various funds in the Budget; creating new appropriations; adding new projects; revising project allocations for certain projects in the 2011-2016 CIP; creating new positions, one of which is exempt from Civil Service; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts; all by a 3/4 vote of the City Council.
AN ORDINANCE relating to City employment; amending Seattle Municipal Code Section 4.34.055 to provide eligible employees breaks to express breast milk without deduction of pay or paid leave balances.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the business license tax; repealing a tax classification relating to flour manufacturing and selling in the City; and amending Sections 5.30.025, 5.30.050, 5.45.050, 5.45.080, 5.45.081, 5.45.082, 5.45.100, and 5.46.030 of the Seattle Municipal Code in connection therewith.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the monetary penalty for parking infractions; amending Section 11.31.121 of the Seattle Municipal Code.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department, declaring certain real property rights surplus to utility needs; authorizing the Superintendent or his designee to grant an easement for access purposes over a portion of the City’s fee-owned Duwamish Transmission Corridor adjacent to South 112th Street in the City of Tukwila, Washington; and accepting payment for the true and full value of the easement from Amalfi Investments, LLC.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department; authorizing the execution of a confirmation agreement with J.P. Morgan Ventures Energy Corporation for the purchase of environmental attributes in the form of renewable energy certificates that are necessary or convenient for meeting the requirements of the Washington State Energy Independence Act; and further authorizing the execution of other necessary and convenient agreements for the receipt, tracking, transferring, management, and sale of the environmental attributes.
AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering t he payment thereof.
A RESOLUTION requesting the Seattle Office of Civil Rights to implement its recommendations regarding how the City’s existing investments in translation and interpretation can be best used to support the overall goal of improving outreach to immigrant and refugee communities.