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File #: 2019-0444    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 10/23/2019 In control: Mobility and Environment Committee
On agenda: Final action: 12/11/2019
Enactment date: 12/19/2019 Enactment #: 19043
Title: AN ORDINANCE approving the grant funding allocation for the projects funded through the WaterWorks grant program, Round 4, in accordance with the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835, Section 108, Expenditure Restriction ER3, and Ordinance 18261.
Sponsors: Dave Upthegrove
Indexes: Funds, Grants, Wastewater, Water Works
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19043, 2. 2019-0444 legislative review form, 3. 2019-0444 transmittal letter, 4. 2019-444 Fiscal Note, 5. 2019-0444 Memoradum, 6. 2019-0444_SR_WaterWorks Water Quality Grants Round 4, 7. 2019-0444--Striking Amendment--WaterWorks project list--with Council-recommended projects11-2 (002) (002), 8. 2019-0444_WaterWorks Title Amendment2--bar, 9. WaterWorks allocations listing--council, 10. Kubota Gardens Handout at 12032019 ME Meeting, 11. Pacific Science Center Handout at 12032019 ME Meeting, 12. 2019-0444_Revised_SR_WaterWorks Water Quality Grants Round 4, 13. 2019-0444 Amendment 1 12-11-2019, 14. 2019-0444 Amendment 2 12-11-2019
Staff: Reed, Mike
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AN ORDINANCE approving the grant funding allocation for the projects funded through the WaterWorks grant program, Round 4, in accordance with the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835, Section 108, Expenditure Restriction ER3, and Ordinance 18261.
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STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. Ordinance 18261 establishes the grant eligibility and award criteria for the WaterWorks water quality grants program and the selection process for projects recommended by the executive, set in Attachment A to Ordinance 18261.
2. Described in Attachment A to Ordinance 18261, are the eligible entities that may receive the grants and the eligibility criteria that the projects must meet for water quality improvements under the WaterWorks water quality grants program.
3. Executive recommendations for Round 4 of the WaterWorks water quality grants program were selected through the grant ranking committee process outlined in Attachment A to Ordinance 18261.
4. This ordinance satisfies the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance 18835, Section 108, Expenditure Restriction ER3.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:
SECTION 1. The King County council authorizes the funding of WaterWorks projects recommended by the executive for Round 4, 2019, totaling $2,139,500, as follows:
A. Environmental Coalition of South Seattle: $85,000 for "Spill Kit Incentive Program for Small and Multicultural Businesses";
B. Nature Vision: $54,823 for "Youth Watershed Education, Stewardship, and Citizen Science";
C. InterIm CDA: $70,000 for "Danny Woo Rainwater Harvesting Project";
D. Kent Meridian High School: $25,000 for "Kent Meridian High School's Rain Garden Project";
E. Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust: $45,000 for "Greenway Education Program";
F. Puget Soundkeeper: $80,000 for "Lost Urban Creeks Community Education and Revitalization Project";
G. Environmental Science Center at Seahurst Park: $75,000 for "Salmon Heroes: Watershed Education and Water Quality Monitoring ...

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