September 26, 2017 Council Actions
The following Council direction was given at the September 26, 2017 Regular Council Meeting:
- Refer to Public Safety & Justice (PS&J) Committee
Opioid task force presentation and multi-city lawsuit
Enforcement of Semi trucks driving through neighborhoods (CIR)
Body cameras on law enforcement officers
- Refer to Code Compliance Committee
Rodents and vectors, potential community presentation
- Refer to Transportation & Public Works (T&PW) Committee
Miller Creek Drainage realignment, joint project with Burien
- Refer to Administration & Finance (A&F) Committee
Proclamations process in Council Administrative Procedures
Non-represented employee salary change approval process
The following Council actions were taken at the September 26, 2017 Regular Council Meeting:
Jeffrey Bauknecht and Richard Scherzinger were re-appointed to the Hotel/Motel Tax Advisory Committee
The following Council Meeting Minutes were approved:
Administration & Finance Committee Meeting held August 17, 2017
Public Safety & Justice Committee Meeting held September 7, 2017
Council Study Session held September 12, 2017
Regular Council Meeting held September 12, 2017
Code Compliance Committee Meeting held September 14, 2017
Special Council Meeting held September 18, 2017
Special Council Meeting held September 22, 2017
Agenda Bill #4663; An Ordinance #17-1016 adopting a non-exclusive franchise to MCImetro Access Transmission Services Corp. d/b/a Verizon Access Transmission Services, to construct, maintain, repair, replace, remove, and operate a Fiber Optic Cable Network in, upon, over, under, along, across and through the City of SeaTac was adopted September 26, 2017 and becomes effective 20 days after publication following the adoption, unless Grantee fails to file with the City an unconditional written acceptance of this Franchise and post the security required hereunder within 60 days of the effective date of this Franchise, in which event this Franchise shall be void.
Agenda Bill #4718; A Resolution #17-014 establishing a transaction fee for use of electric vehicle charging stations at City Hall and directing it be included in the Fee Schedule was passed and became effective September 26, 2017.
Agenda Bill #4719; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute a professional services contract with KPG, Inc. for the design of the 2018 Overlay Project, in an amount not to exceed $246,477.79 was carried and became effective September 26, 2017.
Agenda Bill #4721; A Resolution #17-015 appointing the Records Manager as the City's Public Records Officer was passed and became effective September 26, 2017.
Agenda Bill #4727; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Klinge and Associates for construction of City Hall Capital Improvements. Was carried and became effective September 26, 2017.