This week in Council Chambers

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday filled with family, friends, and food.

Here’s what the Council is up to this week.

Monday morning’s Council Briefing has no special presentations this week, though there will be an executive session with the City Attorney’s Office to discuss pending litigation.

Monday afternoon’s full City Council meeting has one agenda item: a resolution opposing the Trump administration’s change to the “public charge” rule as applied to permanent residency applications.

This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar includes:

  • approval of a permit for OVG to construct and maintain a tunnel under Thomas Street as part of the Key Arena renovation;
  • several appointments to the Seattle Music Commission;
  •  several appointments to the Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission.

Tuesday morning, the Civil Rights, Utilities, Economic Development, and Arts Committee meets. On its agenda:

  • approving appointments to the Seattle Music Commission;
  •  an ordinance setting fees and charges for facilities under the management of the Office of Arts and Culture;
  •  reviewing the 2018 audit plan for SPU.

Tuesday afternoon, the Civic Development, Public Assets and Native Communities Committee meets. It will hear a presentation of the Parks and Recreation Department’s capital projects.

Wednesday morning, the Gender Equity, Safe Communities, and New Americans Committee meets. The agenda has not yet been published for the meeting, but it is expected to take up the appointments to the Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission.

Wednesday at noon, Council member Sally Bagshaw will host a “Lunch and Learn” session entitled “Caregiver Support Forum.”

 

 

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