Action Summary of the Seattle City Council
Full Council Meeting
Monday, July 21, 2014
1. Res. 31526 ADOPTED as Amended (8-1; Opposed: Licata)
Relating to the Center City Connector; adopting the Center City Connector Transit Study Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA); and endorsing efforts to pursue federal funding for the Center City Connector project.
2. C.B. 118149 PASSED as Amended (8-1; Opposed: Harrell)
Relating to a lease agreement for office space; authorizing the Director of Finance and Administrative Services to enter into a lease agreement, for and on behalf of the City, with Columbia Center Property LLC for office space in the Columbia Center at 701 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, Washington, for use by the Law Department; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
PUBLIC SAFETY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE:
3. C.F. 313872 CONFIRMED (9-0)
Appointment and Oath of Office of Michael Mattmiller as Chief Technology Officer of the Department of Information Technology, for a term to December 31, 2017.
4. C.F. 313831 FILED (9-0)
Office of Professional Accountability (OPA) Closed Case Report, January-March 2014.
5. Res. 31535 ADOPTED (9-0)
Affirming the City’s intent to consider, in good faith, ways to address public comments regarding how to strengthen the City’s police accountability system.
PARKS, SEATTLE CENTER, LIBRARIES, AND GENDER PAY EQUITY COMMITTEE:
6. C.F. 313888 CONFIRMED (9-0)
Reappointment of Antoinette Angulo as member, Board of Park Commissioners, for a term of confirmation to March 31, 2017.
PLANNING, LAND USE, AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE:
7. C.B. 118080 PASSED (9-0)
Relating to land use and zoning, amending Sections 23.40.060, 23.41.012 and 23.90.018 to revise the Living Building and Seattle Deep Green Pilot program.
COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AFFORDABILITY, HUMAN SERVICES, AND ECONOMIC RESILIENCY:
8. C.B. 118152 PASSED (9-0)
Related to the Office of Housing; lifting a budget proviso imposed on the Office of Housing Operating Fund Budget Control Level to allow spending for a predevelopment study that would evaluate the feasibility of expanding Legacy House and an International Community Health Services clinic as provided in Ordinance 124349, which adopted the 2014 Budget.
9. C.F. 313890 CONFIRMED (9-0)
Appointment of Charissa Raynor as member, Economic Development Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 31, 2015.
10. C.F. 313891 CONFIRMED (8-1; Opposed: Sawant)
Appointment of John Schoettler as member, Economic Development Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 31, 2015.