And the 2019-2020 budget process comes to a close.
Monday morning, the Council will hold its weekly Council Briefing. There are no special presentations on the agenda.
Monday morning after Council Briefing, the Budget Committee meets for the final time. It will consider any last-minute amendments introduced since last Wednesday, and then vote the 2019-2020 budget out of committee.
Monday afternoon, the Council will vote final approval on the 2019-2020 city budget, the 2019-2024 Capital Improvement Plan, all the legislation attached to the budget, and the Third Quarter 2018 supplementary budget bill.
Monday afternoon after the full City Council meeting, the Seattle Parks District board meets (which consists of the nine Council members). It will approve the Parks District spending plan for 2019, and approve a resolution increasing the Parks District property tax levy.
This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar has only one item: a resolution introduced by Council member Gonzalez objecting to the Trump administration’s “public charge” change to the rules for permanent residency applications.