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File #: 2016-0095    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 2/1/2016 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: Final action: 2/22/2016
Enactment date: 3/1/2016 Enactment #: 18238
Title: AN ORDINANCE adding the vice chair of the budget and fiscal management committee and the vice chair of the law and justice committee to the list of persons eligible to be appointed to the leadership group of the E-911 strategic plan scoping committee; and amending Ordinance 18139, Section 2.
Sponsors: Kathy Lambert
Indexes: Budget, Committees, E911
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 18238.pdf, 2. 2016-0095 SR_E911 Scoping Committee Eligibility.docx, 3. 2016-0095_ATT1_Proposed_Ordinance.doc, 4. 2016-0095 SR_E911_Scoping_Committee_Eligibility.docx, 5. 2016-0095_ATT1_Proposed_Ordinance.pdf
Staff: Kaye, Lise
Drafter
Clerk 02/23/2016
Title
AN ORDINANCE adding the vice chair of the budget and fiscal management committee and the vice chair of the law and justice committee to the list of persons eligible to be appointed to the leadership group of the E-911 strategic plan scoping committee; and amending Ordinance 18139, Section 2.
Body
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:
SECTION 1. Ordinance 18139, Section 2, is hereby amended to read as follows:
A. The leadership group of the E-911 strategic plan scoping committee will finalize the recommendations to be included in the report. These recommendations shall be made by consensus, to the extent possible. In the absence of consensus, each member shall have one vote unless otherwise noted in this section.
The leadership group shall consist of:
1. Three King County councilmembers, consisting of the chair or vice chair of the budget and fiscal management committee, the chair or vice chair of the law((,)) and justice ((and emergency management)) committee and the council vice chair of regional coordination, or their successors;
2. Two city of Seattle councilmembers, recommended by the city of Seattle;
3. Three elected officials recommended by the Sound Cities Association;
4. One Bellevue councilmember, recommended by the city of Bellevue;
5. One fire district elected commissioner designated by the King County Council in the appointing motion;
6. The King County sheriff;
7. The King County executive;
8. One representative of public safety answering points ("PSAPs") recommended by Valley Communications and NORCOM;
9. One representative of the PSAPs recommended by the city of Bothell, city of Enumclaw, city of Issaquah, Port of Seattle, city of Redmond, University of Washington and Washington State Patrol;
10. One representative of the PSAPs recommended by the city of Seattle; and
11. One representative of the E-911 program office, recommended by the...

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