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Meeting Name: Metropolitan King County Council Agenda status: Final Without Extra Items
Meeting date/time: 2/27/2019 10:30 AM Minutes status: Final with Extra Items  
Meeting location: Room 1001
REVISED AGENDA - ADDED ITEM 20
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Agenda packet: Not available
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2018-0555 28OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County wastewater treatment division of the department of natural resources and parks to enter into an agreement with Soos Creek Water and Sewer District regarding the joint use, construction and maintenance of district improvements.Hearing held/closed and passedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0451 19MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Michael J. Fox, who resides in council district two, to the King County priority hire advisory committee.PassedPass Action details Not available
2019-0017 110MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of David Bain, who resides in council district one, to the King County waterworks grant ranking committee, as the district one representative.PassedPass Action details Not available
2018-0458 211MotionA MOTION requesting that the executive develop and transmit an initial report and a compliance report regarding remedies to existing fish passage barriers for King County.PassedPass Action details Video Video
2019-0015 212MotionA MOTION relating to comprehensive planning, specifying the scope of work for the proposed amendment to the King County Comprehensive Plan in 2020 in accordance with K.C.C. 20.18 and 2018 King County Comprehensive Plan Workplan Action 14.Passed as AmendedPass Action details Video Video
2019-0071 113MotionA MOTION of the county council accepting a bid for the purchase of the county's Limited Tax General Obligation Refunding Bonds, 2019, Series A, in the aggregate principal amount of $41,420,000, establishing certain terms of such bonds in accordance with Ordinance 18376 and establishing a refunding plan for the refunding of the county's Limited Tax General Obligation Bonds, 2009, Series B and the county's Multi-Modal Limited Tax General Obligation Refunding Bonds, 2013.PassedPass Action details Video Video
2019-0056 115MotionA MOTION accepting the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration (K4C) 2019 Work Plan and Budget, prepared as the annual work plan and budget requested under Motion 14449.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2019-0057 116MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Natasha Rivers, who resides in council district five, to the King County cultural development authority (4Culture) board, as an executive at-large representative.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2019-0072 117MotionA MOTION extending the waived competitive bidding and solicitation requirements for repairs to protect life and property threatened by the emergency conditions related to extreme winter weather conditions.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2019-0073 118MotionA MOTION calling on the county executive to create a commission to investigate the data breach by the University of Washington Medical System that potentially left almost one million health records unprotected.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2019-0084 120OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE providing for the submission to the qualified electors of King County at a special election to be held in King County on August 6, 2019, of a proposition authorizing a property tax levy in excess of the levy limitation contained in chapter 84.55 RCW for a period of six consecutive years, at a total rate of not more than $0.1682 per one thousand dollars of assessed valuation in the first year and limiting annual levy increases by the King County inflation plus population index published by the King County office of economic and financial analysis, or the chapter 84.55 RCW limitation, whichever is greater in years two through six, for the purpose of maintaining and operating King County's park system; improving parks, recreation, access and mobility by acquiring open space and continuing to develop regional trails; repairing, replacing and improving local parks and trails in King County's cities; funding environmental education, maintenance and conservation programs at the Woodland Park Zoo; and funding capital construction at the Seattle Aquarium, for all King County resiIntroduced and Referred  Action details Not available