This week: I hope you caught up on your sleep this weekend

For the past several weeks the Monday afternoon Full Council meetings have been pretty tame affairs, with not a lot of legislation of substance up for approval. That streak ends tomorrow.  Oh, and the committee meetings this week are equally full of important legislation and presentations.

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This week at Council Chamber

Monday morning, the Council Briefing will feature an annual report presentation on the Yesler Terrace  affordable housing project. Monday afternoon’s Full Council meeting will have the final vote on approving the sale of the Pacific Place Garage, and eleven appointments tot he Seattle Design Review Board. This week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar has two items of note: a Chief of Police Audit Report; an extension to the Seattle Opera’s lease of the Mercer Arena. Tuesday morning the Civil Rights. Utilities, Economic Development and Arts Committee meets, with a full agenda including: a review of the Economic Development and Arts & Culture elements …

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This week in Council Chamber

Happy Independence Day! With the holiday, the usual Monday meetings have been moved to Tuesday, and the usual Tuesday committee meetings will be on Friday. Tuesday morning’s Council Briefing should be brief — there are no presentations scheduled.  Tuesday afternoon’s Full Council meeting should also be short as there is only one legislative matter on the agenda and it’s expected to sail through with little discussion and no controversy. On the other hand, this week’s Introduction and Referral Calendar is packed with new legislation, including: a resolution beginning the hearing process for Swedish Health Services’ application for an alley vacation …

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