April 10, 2018 Council Actions
The following Council direction was given at the April 10, 2018 Regular Council Meeting:
- Refer to Land Use & Parks Committee and Planning Commission (if a code amendment is needed)
Decreasing lot sizes to address affordable housing needs
- Refer to Public Safety & Justice Committee
Review of recurring code compliance procedures
The following Council actions were taken at the April 10, 2018 Regular Council Meeting:
Stanley Tombs was re-appointed to the Planning Commission
The following meeting minutes were approved:
Administration & Finance Committee Meeting held March 8, 2018
Council Workshop held March 23, 2018
Regular Council Meeting held March 27, 2018
Town Hall held March 28, 2018
Agenda Bill #4867; A Resolution #18-006 amending the City's Fee Schedule by reducing fees for Class A right-of way permits in residential zones was passed and became effective April 10, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4851; An Ordinance #18-1014 authorizing the City Manager to execute a professional services contract with CWA Consultants for structural plan review services and amending the City's 2017-2018 Biennial Budget was adopted April 10, 2018 and becomes effective April 21, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4900; A Resolution #18-007 fixing the date and time for a Public Hearing on the proposed vacation of a segment of South 140th Street right-of-way was passed and became effective April 10, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4898; A Resolution #18-008 amending the City Council Administrative Procedures related to Standing Committees was passed and became effective April 10, 2018.
Agenda Bill #4856; An Ordinance #18-1015 amending Sections of SeaTac Municipal Code Chapter 2.15 related to Citizen Advisory Committees was adopted April 10, 2018 and becomes effective May 16, 2018.
The following item was referred to the April 24, 2018 Consent Agenda:
Agenda Bill #4890; An Ordinance accepting the Sidewalk Advisory Committee's recommendation for the 2019 and 2020 Sidewalk Projects and amending the 2017-18 Budget to provide additional project design funding in 2018.