PDF copies of the signed legislation are available in the database records linked below:
AN ORDINANCE relating to the City Light Department (“City Light”), declaring certain real property rights surplus and no longer required for providing public utility service or other municipal purpose; authorizing the Superintendent of City Light to execute a Real Property Exchange Agreement between the City of Seattle and Sierra Pacific Industries, Inc. (SPI) for the conveyance of said surplus property and a cash equalization payment of $208,000 in exchange for the conveyance of SPI-owned land to the City in the South Fork of the Nooksack River watershed, Skagit County, Washington for wildlife habitat purposes; authorizing the Superintendent of City Light or his designee to execute Bargain and Sale Deeds for the properties conveyed by the City and accept a Bargain Sale Deed for the lands conveyed to the City; and placing said lands under the jurisdiction of City Light.
AN ORDINANCE accepting deeds for street or alley purposes; laying off, opening, widening, extending, and establishing portions of the following rights-of-way: the alley in Block 72, Gilman Park; the alley in Block 26, Woodlawn Addition to Green Lake; the alley in Block 11, D. T. Denny’s Water Front Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 4, University Heights; the alley in Block 17, Heirs of Sara A. Bell’s 2 nd Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 18, Hill Tract Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 6, Plat of Replat of North Trunk Road Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 33, D.T. Denny’s Home Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 55, Terry’s First Addition to the Town of Seattle; the alley in Block 22, Hill Tract Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 4, Eastern Addition to the Town of Seattle; West Barrett Street abutting Block 20, Gilman’s Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 20, Gilman’s Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 11, Fairview Homestead Association for the Benefit of Mechanics and Laborers; Southwest Snoqualmie Street abutting Block 63, The Boston Co’s Plat of West Seattle; the alley in Block 63, The Boston Co’s Plat of West Seattle; the alley in Block 11, Bell & Denny’s Addition to the City of Seattle; the alley in Block 56, Gilman Park; the alley in Block 3, Elbert Place Addition to the City of Seattle; placing the real property conveyed by said deeds under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Department of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the City of Seattle’s use of surveillance equipment; requiring City departments to obtain City Council approval prior to acquiring certain surveillance equipment; requiring departments to propose protocols related to proper use and deployment of certain surveillance equipment for Council review, requiring departments to adopt written protocols that address data retention, storage and access of any data obtained through the use of certain surveillance equipment, and establishing a new Chapter 14.18 in the Seattle Municipal Code.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the Traffic Code; amending section 11.23.160 of the Seattle Municipal Code to increase the number of free-floating car share permits authorized annually and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.
A RESOLUTION granting conceptual approval to King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wastewater Treatment Division to construct, maintain, and operate a combined sewer overflow control system within Triton Drive Northwest as part of the existing North Beach Pump Station.
A RESOLUTION approving the proposed budget of the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission for fiscal year 2013.
A RESOLUTION granting conceptual approval to construct, maintain, and operate a Saturn sculpture and solar collector over Evanston Avenue North, south of North 35th Street, as proposed by Saturn Building LLC.
A RESOLUTION regarding local solutions for low-income homeowners and communities impacted by the foreclosure crisis.
A RESOLUTION setting the public hearing on the petition of Seattle Public Utilities for the vacation of Carr Place North between North 34th Street and North 35th Street in the South Wallingford Planning area of Seattle; pursuant to Chapter 35.79 Revised Code of Washington (RCW) and Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) 15.62 (Clerk File 312535).