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File #: 2022-0345    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/6/2022 In control: Transportation, Economy, and Environment Committee
On agenda: Final action: 9/27/2022
Enactment date: 10/12/2022 Enactment #: 19506
Title: AN ORDINANCE revising and updating the Council-designated portion of Round 5 of the WaterWorks program; and amending Ordinance 19353, Section 2.
Sponsors: Dave Upthegrove
Indexes: Council, Water
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19506, 2. 2022-0345_SR_WaterWorks Project Revisions
Staff: Reed, Mike
Title
AN ORDINANCE revising and updating the Council-designated portion of Round 5 of the WaterWorks program; and amending Ordinance 19353, Section 2.
Body
STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. District 5 has requested to revise its project selection for the Council-designated portion of the Round 5 project round of the King County WaterWorks grant program authorized in Ordinance 19353, as regards the "Expanding Rainwater Catchment and Community Education Work at Paradise Parking Plots" project. District 5 has identified an appropriate alternative project to be funded at the same level, referred to as the "Kent-Meridian High School Rain Garden Project."
2. District 1 has requested to revise its project selection for the council-designated portion of WaterWorks Round 5, replacing "Forterra" as the project sponsor of the "Thornton Creek Noxious Weeds Knockout Project" with an alternate project sponsor, "EarthCorps."
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:
SECTION 1. Ordinance 19353, Section 2, is hereby amended to read as follows:
The King County council authorizes funding of WaterWorks projects recommended by the council for Round 5, 2021, totaling $2,671,000, as follows:
A. City of Woodinville: $30,000 for "Lake Leota Water Quality Monitoring and Watershed Stewardship Program";
B. Friends of North Creek Forest: $10,000 for "Friends of North Creek Forest Environmental Education 2022";
C. Lake City Collective: $30,000 for "Little Brook Creek Stewardship Program";
D. Sno-King Watershed Council: $50,000 for "Sno-King Watershed Council Volunteer Water Monitoring and Bacterial DNA Research Project";
E. Thornton Creek Alliance: $12,500 for "Community-based Monitoring of Water Quality on Thornton Creek";
F. City of Kirkland: $37,500 for "Windsor Vista Park Riparian Restoration";
G. ((Forterra: $80,000 for "Thornton Creek Noxious Weeds Knockout Project)) EarthCorps: $80,000 for "Thornton Creek Noxious Weeds Knockout Project";
H. City of Kenmore: $50,...

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