This Week at the County Council: Meeting highlights
March 2-6, 2015
Monday, March 2
Tuesday, March 3
Metropolitan King County Council – 1:30 p.m.
Councilmembers are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on:
• An ordinance providing for the submission to voters in April a proposition authorizing a property tax levy for the capitol transition and financing cost for the Puget Sound emergency radio network project (Ordinance 2015-0016).
• A motion adopting the King County Vision, Mission, Guiding Principles, Goals and Strategic Innovation Priorities (Motion 2014‑0415).
• A motion confirming the executive's appointment of Lorinda Youngcourt as county public defender (Motion 2015-0001).
• An ordinance establishing the position of deputy director of the department of elections and designating the position as a key subordinate unit requiring council confirmation of appointments to the position (Ordinance 2014-0441).
• A motion relating to the King County Metro Strategic Plan for Public Transportation 2011 2021 and the King County Metro Service Guidelines, and accepting the King County Metro Access to Transit Phase 1 Report (Substitute Motion 2015-0032.2).
Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee – 9:30 a.m.
Committee members are scheduled to discuss and possibly recommend to the full council:
• A motion relating to a report on the criteria, guidelines and policy implications for transit service agreements (Motion 2015-0042).
• Outline of Plan for Upcoming Transit Audits (Briefing No. 2015-0032).
Budget and Fiscal Management Committee – Canceled
Wednesday, March 4
Committee of the Whole – Canceled
Regional Water Quality Committee – 3:00 p.m.
• Status of Water Quality Rules, Fish Consumption Assumptions and Governor’s Proposed Toxics Legislation (Briefing No. 2015-B0030).
• Overview of Work Plan and Schedule for CSO Expert Review Panel (Briefing No. 2015-B0034).
• WaterWorks Grant Program (Briefing No. 2015-B0033).
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