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Meeting Name: Metropolitan King County Council Agenda status: Final Without Extra Items
Meeting date/time: 7/19/2022 1:00 PM Minutes status: Final Without Extra Items  
Meeting location: Hybrid Meeting
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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2022-B0100 1 BriefingCOVID-19 Briefing.Presented  Action details Not available
2022-0254 18OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE approving and adopting a memorandum of agreement negotiated by and between King County and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 117 representing IT managers and supervisors in the department of King County information technology and in the department of executive services.PassedPass Action details Not available
2021-0283 29MotionA MOTION accepting the 2020 annual mental illness and drug dependency evaluation summary report, in compliance with K.C.C. 4A.500.309.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0078 110MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's appointment of Lydia Faitalia, who resides in council district nine, to the King County children and youth advisory board.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0233 111MotionA MOTION accepting the office of law enforcement oversight's annual report for the year 2021.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0001 212MotionA MOTION declaring fentanyl-related overdoses a public health crisis and requesting the executive to identify strategies and recommendations regarding the county's public health response.Passed as AmendedPass Action details Not available
2022-0286 113MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's reappointment of Martin Turney, who resides in council district nine, to the King County investment pool advisory committee, filling the elected official or employee of a school district position.Passed  Action details Not available
2022-0287 114MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's reappointment of Yohan Lee, who works in council district five, to the King County investment pool advisory committee, as an at-large representative.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0288 115MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's reappointment of Carrol Stripling, who resides in council district seven, to the King County veterans, seniors and human services levy advisory board's veterans committee, as an executive at-large representative.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0289 116MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's reappointment of Peter Lewis, who resides in council district seven, to the King County veterans, seniors and human services levy advisory board's veterans committee, as a representative of the Sound Cities Association.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0291 117MotionA MOTION confirming the executive's reappointment of Maryjane Van Cleave, who resides in council district nine, to the King County veterans, seniors and human services levy advisory board's vulnerable populations committee, as a representative of the Sound Cities Association.PassedPass Action details Not available
2022-0271 118OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE approving and adopting two memoranda of agreement negotiated by and between King County and various unions, which provides a referral bonus to employees who refer successful candidates to fill vacant deputy, corrections officer and detention officer vacancies.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0274 119OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE approving and adopting a memorandum of agreement negotiated by and between King County and the King County Corrections Guild, which provides a one-time leave grant upon hire of forty hours of vacation and sick leave to new lateral corrections officers filling a vacancy.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0278 120OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to enter into an agreement with the Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network Operator, as tenant, for county-owned land located at 3511 NE 2nd Street, Renton, in council district nine.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0279 121OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to enter into an agreement with the Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network Operator, as tenant, for county-owned land located at 10900 Squak Mountain Road South, Issaquah, in council district nine.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0280 122OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to enter into a lease agreement with Ardagh Glass Inc., as tenant, for county-owned financial investment properties located at 5409 Ohio Avenue S, 5427 Ohio Avenue S and 5801 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, in council district eight.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0281 123OrdinanceAN ORDINANCE related to financial investment properties; and amending Ordinance 10245, Section 6, as amended, and K.C.C. 4.56.075, and Ordinance 12045, Section 17, as amended, and K.C.C. 4.56.180.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0292 124MotionA MOTION appointing committees to write the voters' pamphlet statements for the November 8, 2022, general election regarding Ordinance 19465 proposing an amendment to the King County Charter to move elections for certain county offices from odd-numbered to even-numbered years; amending Sections 640, 647 and 650.20 of the King County Charter and repealing Sections 650.40.15, 650.40.25 and 660 of the King County Charter; and submitting the same to the voters of the county for their ratification or rejection at the November 8, 2022, general election.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0293 125MotionA MOTION appointing committees to write a voters' pamphlet statement for the November 8, 2022, general election regarding Ordinance 19458 providing for the submission to the qualified electors of King County at the general election to be held in King County on November 8, 2022, of a proposition to restore King County's conservation futures property tax levy authorized under RCW 84.34.230 to a rate of $0.0625 per one thousand dollars of assessed valuation for collection in 2023 and use the dollar amount of the 2023 levy for the purpose of computing limitations for subsequent levies under chapter 84.55 RCW to provide funding for conservation futures as permitted under chapter 84.34 RCW, including, but not limited to, to pay, finance and refinance costs of the acquisition and preservation, of: urban green spaces, natural areas, wildlife and salmon habitat, trails, river corridors, farmlands and forests; and providing for conservation futures advisory committee recommendations.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0294 126MotionA MOTION approving the 2022 King County Repetitive Loss Area Analysis Report for transmittal to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available
2022-0295 127MotionA MOTION approving the job description for the position of digital media and design specialist for the King County council and replacing the media relations specialist.Introduced and Referred  Action details Not available