Action Summary of the Seattle City Council
Full Council Meeting
Monday, December 1, 2014
Councilmember Sawant was excused.
1. Res. 31557 ADOPTED AS AMENDED (8-0)
Setting forth the City of Seattle’s 2015 State Legislative Agenda.
SEATTLE PUBLIC UTILITIES AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE:
2. C.B. 118216 PASSED (8-0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; declaring certain real property rights relating to sewer facilities within property commonly known as 1620 Lake Washington Boulevard surplus to City utility needs; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to relinquish such easement rights; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to accept an easement from Julie Rose, Peter Rose and the Maple Leaf Revocable Trust for a City-owned sanitary sewer facility; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
3. C.B. 118262 (REFERRED TO SEATTLE PUBLIC UTILITIES AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE)
Relating to drainage, flood and habitat improvements being implemented through the Thornton Creek at 35th Ave NE project by Seattle Public Utilities along Thornton Creek on private and public lands; declaring easement rights related to Thornton Creek at 10706 35th Avenue Northeast surplus to the City’s utility needs; authorizing relinquishment of the surplus easement; authorizing Seattle Department of Transportation to acquire, accept, and record, on behalf of the City of Seattle a permanent bridge maintenance easement from Seattle School District #1; placing such easement under the Seattle Department of Transportation’s jurisdiction; transferring partial jurisdiction of a portion of property in the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 26 North, Range 4 East, W.M., from Seattle Public Utilities to the Seattle Department of Transportation for bridge footings and maintenance; approving a five year Memorandum of Agreement between the Seattle School District and Seattle Public Utilities for activities on school lands; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
4. C.B. 118263 PASSED (8-0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; accepting easements granted to the City of Seattle for installation, operation, and maintenance of storm drainage facilities, sewer facilities, sanitary sewers, combined sanitary sewer facilities, drainage pipes, drain facilities, utilities, collection structures, culverts, outfall structures, fishways and streams, access and appurtenances necessary for drainage and wastewater utility purposes at various locations in Seattle and unincorporated King County, Washington; placing the easements under the jurisdiction of Seattle Public Utilities; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
5. C.B. 118264 PASSED (8-0)
Relating to Seattle Public Utilities; authorizing the Director of Seattle Public Utilities to accept specified grants from the King County Flood Control District and the Washington State Department of Ecology and to execute, deliver, and perform corresponding agreements; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
6. C.B. 118268 PASSED (8-0)
Relating to the solid waste system of Seattle Public Utilities; revising rates and charges for solid waste services; revising credits to low income customers for solid waste services; and amending Chapters 21.40 and 21.76 of the Seattle Municipal Code.
7. C.F. 314160 CONFIRMED (8-0)
Reappointment of Leif E. Fixen as member, Urban Forestry Commission, for a term of confirmation to December 1, 2017.