This week in Council Chambers

A very busy Monday, then the rest is silence.

Monday morning’s Council Briefing has no special presentations or executive sessions.

Monday morning after the Council Briefing the Budget Committee will meet to finish up the 2020 budget and vote it out of committee.

Monday afternoon’s full City Council meeting will include final votes on:

  • The 2020 budget, Capital Improvement Program,  and related legislation;
  • The 2019 supplemental budget update for the 3rd quarter;
  • A resolution expressing the support for the unionized workers of SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW exercising their right to strike;
  • An ordinance authorizing a collective bargaining agreement between the city and its plumbers and pipe fitters;
  •  An extension of the interlocal agreement between the city and King County Metro for operation and maintenance of the First Hill and South Lake Union streetcar lines;
  • A street vacation;
  • An ordinance (long on hold) updating the city’s hate crime statutes.

After the City Council meeting, the Seattle Parks District Board will meet to approve theParks District 2020 budget.

This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar includes the following pieces of new legislation:

  • a resolution setting the city’s 2020 state legislative agenda;
  • thirteen appointments to the Central Waterfront Oversight Committee, and one appointment to the Seattle Parks District Community Oversight Committee;
  •  an update to the city’s policies for accepting gifts;
  •  an easement agreement with King County to allow Seattle City Light to run electric distribution lines across Boeing Field property;
  • a resolution asking the city CTO to work on streamlining the Technology Matching Fund award program.

 

 

 

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