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File #: 2016-0281    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 6/6/2016 In control: Health, Housing and Human Services Committee
On agenda: Final action: 9/19/2016
Enactment date: Enactment #: 18373
Title: AN ORDINANCE approving the Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan; and amending Ordinance 18285, Section 3, and Ordinance 18285, Section 4.
Sponsors: Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Rod Dembowski
Indexes: Best Start for Kids (BSK)
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 18373.pdf, 2. A. Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan, Updated September 19, 2016 - Revised, 3. B. Best Starts for Kids Youth and Family Homelessness Prevention Initiative Implementation Plan, Updated September 19, 2016, 4. 2016-0281 legislative review form.pdf, 5. A. Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan, Updated September 7, 2016, 6. B. Best Starts for Kids Youth and Family Homelessness Prevention Initiative Implementation Plan, Updated September 7, 2016, 7. A. Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan, Updated July 13, 2016, 8. A. Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan, 9. 2016-0281 transmittal letter.docx, 10. 2016-0281 fiscal note.xls, 11. 2016-0281_SR_BSK_Gen _Plan_.docx, 12. 2016-0281_ATT4_BSK_Allocations_Appropriations_Tracker.docx, 13. 2016-0281_ATT5_Ordinance 18088.pdf, 14. 2016-0281_ATT6_Summary_of_Plan.docx, 15. 2016-0281_SR_BSK_Gen _Plan_.docx, 16. Final SCA Amendment Packet071316.pdf, 17. 2016-0281_ATT3 Ordinance 18088.pdf, 18. 2016-0281_SR_BSK_Gen _Plan_3HS 7-19.docx, 19. 2016-0281_ATT4_0-5years_EnglishSurvey_20160715.docx, 20. 2016-0281_ATT5_K-5thgrade_EnglishSurvey_20160715.docx, 21. 2016-0281_ATT6_Invest_Early_Allocation_Program_Detail.doc, 22. 2016-0281_SR_dated_08162016_BSK_Gen _Plan_3HS 8-16 COO and Supplantation.docx, 23. 2016-0281_ATT5_Ordinance_18220.pdf, 24. 08162016 HHHS Supplemental Materials - Supplantation SA wsh.docx, 25. ATTACHMENT 1_BSK_Supplantation_Approach_2016_0812.docx, 26. ATTACHMENT 2_Draft_Supplantation_Program_List_2016_0812.xlsx, 27. 2016-0281_SR_dated_08232016_BSK_Gen _Plan.docx, 28. 2016-0281_ATT4_Sustain_the_Gain_Allocation_Program_Detail.doc, 29. ATT 7 & ATT 8 Copy of BSK Supplantation 2015_2016 Estimates 2016_0822.xlsx, 30. 2016-0281_SR_dated_09072016_BSK_Gen_Plan_HHHS.docx, 31. 2016-0281_ATT4_Striking_Amendment_Package.pdf, 32. 2016-0281_ATT5_Title_Amendment.docx, 33. 2016-0281_ATT6_Ordinance_18285.pdf, 34. 2016-0281_S1_9-7_CLEAN.docx, 35. Balducci A1 to S1 to 2016-0281-2 BSK Plan.docx, 36. 2016-0281_REVISED_SR_BSK_Gen_Plan.docx, 37. 2016-0281 striker amendment before Council S1.pdf, 38. 2016-0281 amendment before Council 1A.pdf, 39. Certified Copy, 40. Certified Copy
Related files: 2021-0214, 2021-RPT0070
Staff: Aldebot-Green, Scarlett
Title
AN ORDINANCE approving the Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan; and amending Ordinance 18285, Section 3, and Ordinance 18285, Section 4.
Body
STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. In July 2015, Ordinance 18088 submitted to the voters of King County a proposition known as the "best starts for kids levy," authorizing a regular property tax levy in excess of the levy limitation for six consecutive years, commencing in 2016, at a rate not to exceed fourteen cents per one thousand dollars of assessed value in the first year and with an increase of up to three percent in the five succeeding years, for the purpose of funding prevention and early intervention strategies to improve the health and well-being of children, youth and their communities.
2. The six-year levy commencing in 2016 has been approved by the voters for the express purpose of paying costs as outlined in Ordinance 18088, Section 5. Except for levy proceeds designated for the youth and family homelessness prevention initiative and sums necessary to provide for the costs and charges incurred by the county that are attributable to the election, the remaining levy proceeds may only be expended as authorized in Ordinance 18088, Section 5.C.
3. Ordinance 18088, Section 5.C., authorized the following expenditures from levy proceeds:
a. Fifty percent that shall be used to plan, provide and administer strategies focused on children and youth under five years old and their caregivers, pregnant women and for individuals or families concerning pregnancy. Of these moneys, not less than $42.8 million shall be used to provide health services, such as maternity support services and nurse family partnership home visiting program services;
b. Thirty-five percent that shall be used to plan, provide and administer strategies focused on children and youth ages five through twenty-four years old;
c. Ten percent that shall be used to plan, provide and administer communities of opportunity; and
d. Five percent t...

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