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Metropolitan King County Council

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Metropolitan King County Council
516 Third Ave., Rm. 1200
Seattle, WA 98104
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This Week at the County Council: Meeting highlights 
April 14-18, 2014

Monday, April 4
King County Flood District – 1:30 p.m. ***Special Meeting***
The Board of Supervisors are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on: 
• A resolution authorizing the chair to enter into an employment agreement for the Executive Director position (Resolution FCD 2014-03).

Metropolitan King County Council – Immediately following meeting of Flood Control District
Councilmembers are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on:
• An ordinance adopting the revisions of voting precincts of King County for the year 2014 (Ordinance 2014-0129).
• A motion adopting comprehensive financial management policies for King County (Substitute Motion 2014-0095.2)

Tuesday, April 15
Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee – 9:30 a.m.
Committee members are scheduled to discuss and possibly recommend to the full council:
• A motion affirming King County's support for the Skykomish Valley Economic Development, Recreation, and Natural Resource Conservation Initiative and recognizing the shared vision of the town of Skykomish and the Stevens Pass Greenway to enhance economic development, increase recreation opportunities and conserve the natural resources in the Skykomish Valley (Motion 2014-0102).
• A motion acknowledging the support and need for coordinating efforts to successfully implement the Growing Transit Communities Strategy (Motion 2014-0039).

Budget and Fiscal Management Committee – 1:30 p.m.
Committee members are scheduled to discuss and possibly recommend to the full council:
• An ordinance authorizing the issuance and public sale of one or more series of limited tax general obligation bonds of the county in an outstanding aggregate principal amount not to exceed $26,500,000 to provide long term financing for all or part of the capital costs of the Surface Water Management Projects, the Tall Chief Acquisition Project and the White River Conservation Easement Project (Ordinance 2014-0101).
• A motion approving specifications for the provision of banking services, and authorizing the executive to seek bids for provision of those services (Motion 2014-0146).

Wednesday, April 16
Committee of the Whole – 9:30 a.m.
The agenda will be available Monday, April 14 at: 
http://www.kingcounty.gov/council/agendas.aspx


Regional Transit Committee – 3:00 p.m. 
Briefings:
• Human Trafficking (Briefing No. 2014-B0063).
• Background on April 30, 2014 Report on Crowding Measurement (Briefing No. 2014-B0064).
• Growing Transit Communities Project and King County Transit Division (Briefing No. 2014-B0066).

Thursday, April 17
Board of Health – 1:30 p.m.

Board members are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on:
• A rule and regulation relating to fees for the secure medicine return regulations; adding a new chapter to BOH Title 2 (R&R No. BOH 14-02).

Briefings:
• Local Hazardous Waste Fee Structure Proposed Change to Business/Multi Family Solid Waste Accounts (Briefing No. 14-B10).
• Health and Human Services Transformation Plan (Briefing No. 14-B11). 


 
        “This Week at the Council” is a summary of highlights for upcoming council and committee agendas. To read complete agendas and the full text of legislation,  please visit the King County Council’s LEGISEARCH system at http://kingcounty.legistar.com/Legislation  

Related Information

  • Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are in the King County Council Chambers,
    Room 1001, King County Courthouse, 516 Third Ave, Seattle, WA
  • To read complete meeting agendas, click on the meeting title. 
  • "This Week at the Council” is a summary of highlights for upcoming council and committee agendas.
  • To read the full text of legislation, please visit the King County Council’s LEGISEARCH system.