Monday morning at its weekly Council Briefing, the Office of Intergovernmental Relations will give its last regularly-scheduled briefing on the state legislative session — though it may give irregular updates the special session progresses.
Also Monday morning, the Select Committee on the Budget meets to receive an update from the City Budget Office on city revenues and the economic climate.
Monday afternoon’s Full Council meeting will feature the approval of 29 appointments.
This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar has another 15 appointments.
Tuesday morning, the Civil Rights, Utilities, Economic Development and Arts Committee meets. There’s bad news and good news: The bad news is a briefing on the draft 5-year business plan for Seattle Public Utilities, and rates are going up more than they thought they would need to raise them. The good news is briefings on two cool programs: Josephine, and the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association.
Tuesday afternoon, the Energy and Environment Committee meets. On its agenda are two items:
- a report on Seattle City Light’s Race and Social Justice Initiative;
- an ordinance granting an easement to King County for running a drainpipe from a new sewer overflow treatment plant to the Duwamish River.
Wednesday morning, the Gender Equity, Safe Communities, and New Americans Committee meets. The agenda has not been published for this meeting yet. UPDATE 4/24: the committee will continue its work on the police accountability legislation.
Wednesday afternoon, the Human Services and Public Health Committee meets. The agenda for the meeting is not yet published.