Scans of the signed documents are available in the database records linked below:
AN ORDINANCE relating to Seattle Public Utilities; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to purchase approximately 148.2 acres of real property in Section 36, Township 23 North, Range 7 East, W.M. in King County, Washington, commonly called the Herbrand Property, in close proximity to the Cedar River Municipal Watershed, from the Herbrand Company, and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
AN ORDINANCE relating to Seattle Public Utilities; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to enter into an agreement granting a non-exclusive easement for access, ingress and egress over and across a portion of the City of Seattle’s fee-owned Cedar River Pipeline property for the benefit of a single family residence located on adjacent property commonly known as 12660 Beacon Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98178, King County.
AN ORDINANCE relating to street-food vending, merchandise displays, and sidewalk cafes; amending various sections of and adding sections to Titles 11 and 15 of the Seattle Municipal Code; repealing Chapter 10.10, and Sections 10.03.110, 15.17.010, and 15.17.020; amending the current Seattle Department of Transportation Street Use fee schedule by adding new vending-related Street Use permit use codes and amending vending-related Street Use permit fees.
AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Public Utilities; authorizing the Director of the Department of Transportation to acquire, accept, and record, on behalf of the City of Seattle, a permanent easement located in a portion of Lot 28, Block 3 of Patten’s Addition to the City of Seattle for the purpose of slope stabilization; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to acquire, accept and record, on behalf of the City of Seattle, two permanent easements located in portions of Lots 2 and 3, Block 2 of Patten’s Addition to the City of Seattle for drainage infrastructure that contributes to slope stabilization and area drainage; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
AN ORDINANCE relating to medical cannabis or medical cannabis products, and the regulation thereof within the City of Seattle.
AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering t he payment thereof.
A RESOLUTION stating the City Council’s intent to foster a safe and lively food-vending culture in Seattle and providing policy guidance and direction to the Executive to provide a transparent and efficient permitting process, adequate enforcement, and on-going monitoring and evaluation of program implementation and impacts.