March 27, 2018 Council Actions
The following Council direction was given at the March 27, 2018 Regular Council Meeting:
- Refer to Administration & Finance Committee
Whether the City wants to take a position on the naming of the new Highline School District School in SeaTac
- Refer to Land Use & Parks Committee
Opportunity Zone Issue
Underutilized properties options (CM Kwon CIR)
Whether the City should consider joining another Affordable Housing organization that is being considered
- Refer to Public Safety & Justice Committee
Motel 6 issues and options (CM Fernald CIR)
- Refer to Transportation & Public Works Committee
Traffic on South 198th Street and 32nd Avenue South and along South 200th Street
- Refer to future Council meeting
Presentation by newly elected King County Sheriff
The following Council actions were taken at the March 27, 2018 Regular Council Meeting:
A Motion authorizing the City Manager to sign a contract amendment for the disposal of additional materials related to the demolition of Fire Station 47 in the total contract amount of $61,655.94, was approved.
A Motion authorizing the City Manager to sign a memorandum of understanding and letter of concurrence with Washington State Department of Transportation regarding the South 216th Street bridge over I-5 and temporary bypass of International Boulevard near South 206th Street, was approved.
The following meeting minutes were approved:
Administration & Finance Committee Meetings held January 31, 2018, February 1, 2018, and February 22, 2018
Transportation & Public Works Committee Meetings held February 15, 2018 and March 7, 2018
Public Safety & Justice Committee Meeting held March 8, 2018
Council Study Session and Regular Council Meetings held March 13, 2018
Agenda Bill #4839; A Motion approving funding categories and allocation of Human Services funds for the 2019-2020 budget was carried and became effective March 27, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4847; An Ordinance #18-1009 amending certain Sections in Title 15 of the SeaTac Municipal Code regarding mobile food vending in certain zones and establishing standards, with a March 31, 2020 sunset date, was adopted March 27, 2018 and becomes effective April 4, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4848; An Ordinance #18-1010 amending SeaTac Municipal Code (SMC) Title 5, Business Licenses and Regulations, to establish standards for mobile food vendors by adding a new Chapter 5.55, with a March 31, 2020 sunset date, was adopted March 27, 2018 and becomes effective April 4, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4869; An Ordinance #18-1011 authorizing the City Manager to sign an interagency agreement between the City of SeaTac and Washington State University (WSU) for the development and implementation of the 2019 Municipal Stormwater Conference was adopted March 27, 2018 and becomes effective April 4, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4842; An Ordinance #18-1012 authorizing the City Manager to execute a construction contract with Kar-Vel Construction, Inc. for the 12th Place South and 13th Avenue South Overlay and AC Water Main Replacement Project, amending the City's 2017- 2018 Biennial Budget, and authorizing project expenditures was adopted March 27, 2018 and becomes effective April 4, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4893; An Ordinance #18-1013 authorizing the establishment of a neighborhood mailbox replacement program and amending the City's 2017- 2018 Biennial Budget to provide program funding was adopted March 27, 2018 and becomes effective April 4, 2018.
The following item was referred to the April 10, 2018 Consent Agenda:
Agenda Bill #4867; A Resolution amending the City's Fee Schedule by reducing fees for Class A right-of way (ROW) permits in residential zones.