File #: 2022-0374    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/27/2022 In control: Budget and Fiscal Management Committee
On agenda: Final action: 11/15/2022
Enactment date: 11/29/2022 Enactment #: 19546
Title: AN ORDINANCE that adopts the 2023-2024 Biennial Budget and makes appropriations for the operation of county agencies and departments and capital improvements for the fiscal biennium beginning January 1, 2023, and ending December 31, 2024; and establishing an effective date.
Sponsors: Joe McDermott
Indexes: Appropriation, Biennial, Budget
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19546, 2. A. Capital Improvement Program, dated November 8, 2022, 3. 2022-0374 Amendment 10, 4. 2022-0374 Amendment 9, 5. 2022-0374 Amendment 6, 6. 2022-0374 Amendment 5, 7. 2022-0374 Amendment 4, 8. 2022-0374 Amendment 3, 9. 2022-0374 Amendment 2, 10. 2022-0374 Legislative Review Form, 11. A. Capital Improvement Program Dated September 12, 2022, 12. 2022-0374 9.27.22 2023-2024 Transmittal Letter, 13. COMPLETE-2023-24-KC-BiBudget-ExecProposed, 14. 2020-0374_SR_BiennialBudget_2023-2024 11-10-22, 15. 2022-0374 ATT1 Proposed Ordinance, 16. 2022-0374_ATT3 StrikingAMD_EffectStatement_S1, 17. 2022-0374_ATT4 StrikingAMD_S1_FINAL, 18. A. Capital Improvement Program dated November 4, 2022, 19. 2022-0374.1_00_Amendment Tracker for 11.10.20 BFM, 20. 2022-0374.1_AMD1_McDermott_Various_ChairChangesmcv2bar, 21. 2022-0374.1_AMD2_Dembowski_PSB_assignedcounsel_Provisomc bar, 22. 2022-0374.1_AMD3_McDermott_Sheriff_BodyWornCameras, 23. 2022-0374.1_AMD4_Kohl-Welles_Sheriff_RDVFEU LRCbar, 24. 2022-0374.1_AMD5_Kohl-Welles_Inquest_FatalityDatesmcbar, 25. 2022-0374.1_AMD6_Kohl-Welles_PAO_RDVFEUmcbar, 26. 2022-0374.1_AMD7_Kohl-Welles_PAO_ProtectionOrderAdvocacymcbar, 27. 2022-0374.1_AMD8_Kohl-Welles_DJA_ProtectionOrderPilot bar, 28. 2022-0374.1_AMD9_McDermottEtAl_BondProjectsTechCorrectionLRCbar, 29. 2022-0374.1_AMD10_Kohl-Welles_GF_CSO_SightLifemcbar, 30. 2022-0374.1_AMD11_Kohl-Welles_GF_CSO_SolidGroundmcbar, 31. 2022-0374.1_AMD12_Perry_DCHS-CSO_EastsidePridemcbar, 32. 2022-0374.1_AMD13_Dunn_GF-DPH_SubstanceUseDisorConfmc bar, 33. 2022-0374.1_AMD14_Balducci_DAJD_GangIntervention_LKZ PPbar, 34. 2022-0374.1_AMD15_Kohl-Welles_MIDD_ArtTherapymcbar, 35. 2022-0374.1_AMD16_Balducci_MIDD_LEADProcurement, 36. 2022-0374.1_AMD17_Balducci_Transit_SEPARATED-Amb-Clean_Bourguignonkhmbar, 37. 2022-0374.1_AMD18_Kohl-Welles_TRANSIT_WaterfrontStudy_Bourguignonkhm bar, 38. 2020-0374_Revised_SR_BiennialBudget_2023-2024, 39. 2022-0374--Seattle Times - Invoice #41855 - $281.87
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Drafter
Clerk 11/18/2022
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AN ORDINANCE that adopts the 2023-2024 Biennial Budget and makes appropriations for the operation of county agencies and departments and capital improvements for the fiscal biennium beginning January 1, 2023, and ending December 31, 2024; and establishing an effective date.
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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:
SECTION 1. Findings:
A. The council finds that the music and film industries in King County have contributed to the economic vitality of the county and the cultural vibrancy of our communities. The local production of music, digital, television, video and film ("local production") increases tourism, provides family-wage jobs and generates tax revenues for the county from the sale of local goods and services associated with that local production. The council also finds the inherent value of promoting arts and culture associated with local production and the educational benefits a viable local production presence provides by increasing opportunities for training of local production and other creative economy professionals, who in turn will contribute to building a vibrant local production presence in the county. In recent years, the county has realized a drastic decline in local production. That has been exacerbated by the declining state tax credits for television and film production and the coronavirus disease 2019 ("COVID-19") pandemic. As a result, the county, and Washington state as a whole, has lost their competitiveness to attract production projects. In March 2022, the Washington state legislature passed House Bill 1914, which became Chapter 270, Laws of Washington 2022 and which expanded the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program by increasing business and occupation tax credits for motion picture production companies from $3.5 million annually to $15 million annually. With the state's increased film tax credits, along with an improved county production facility, it is expected that producti...

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