After a few tumultuous weeks for the Council, this one should be fairly tame.
Monday morning during its weekly Council Briefing, the Council will get another report from the Office of Intergovernmental Relations on the ongoing state legislative session.
Monday afternoon in the full City Council meeting, the Council will take final votes on:
- the capital projects “watch list” for 2020;
- a funding agreement with Sound Transit for the pedestrian bridge over I-5 at the Northgate light rail station.
This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar includes the following new pieces of legislation:
- Two landmark designation bills: for the Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Exchange, and for UW’s Eagleson Hall.
- Ten appointments: seven to the Community Police Commission, two to the Landmarks Preservation Boards, and one to the Sweetened Beverage Tax Community Advisory Board.
Tuesday morning, the Public Safety and Human Services Committee meets. On its agenda:
- the appointments to the CPC;
- a staffing report from the Seattle Police Department;
- review of a draft committee workplan for 2020.
Tuesday afternoon, the Sustainability and Renters Rights Committee meets. It will review the 2020 workplan for the Office of Sustainability and the Environment.
Wednesday morning, the Land Use and Neighborhoods Committee meets. Its agenda includes:
- a vote on the reappointment of Nathan Torgelson as Director of the Department of Construction and Inspections.
- the two previously-mentioned landmark designations;
- two appointments to the Landmarks Preservation Board.
Wednesday afternoon, the Select Committee on Homelessness Strategies and Investments will meet. The agenda for the meeting has not yet been published.
Council members Morales, Pedersen and Lewis will be holding in-district office hours on Friday.