Things start to pick up again this week in City Hall.
Monday morning, in the weekly Council Briefing there will be the first in a series of weekly briefings by the Office of Intergovernmental Relations on the state legislative session that commences this week.
Monday afternoon in the Full Council meeting, the Council will take final votes on several items, including:
- Confirmation of Anita Crawford-Willis and Adam Eisenberg as Seattle Municipal Court judges;
- Transferring the old Fire Station 39 property to LIHI for an affordable housing project;
- A lease for office space for the Office of Labor Standards.
This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar includes a petition for an alley vacation for a two-tower apartment complex that would wrap around the Town Hall building.
Tuesday morning, the Civil Rights, Economic Development and Arts Committee meets. It will consider several appointments to the Human Rights Commission and the Seattle Music Commission. It will also consider selling a piece of property to the City of Lake Forest Park for a nature trail, and it will hear presentations on the availability of cultural spaces in Seattle.
Tuesday afternoon’s Energy and Environment Committee meeting has been cancelled.
Wednesday morning’s Gender Equity, Safe Communities and New Americans Committee has been cancelled.
Wednesday at noon, the Sustainability and Transportation Committee will hold a special “lunch and learn” session. The topic has not yet been announced. UPDATE: the session will be on equitable development.
Wednesday afternoon, the Human Services and Public Health Committee meets, and is expected to take up the Mayor’s “Bridging the Gap” plan for addressing the homeless crisis.