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Metropolitan King County Council

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Metropolitan King County Council
516 Third Ave., Rm. 1200
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-296-1000
Toll Free: 800-325-6165
TTY/TDD: 206-296-1024
Fax: 206-296-0198

council@kingcounty.gov

What Happened at the Council

Monday, August 25, 2014


At today’s Council meeting, Councilmembers:
--Councilmembers took public testimony during their monthly public comment period.

• Unanimously approved an ordinance relating to the operation and maintenance of the Seattle Streetcar on behalf of the city of Seattle; adopting an amended and restated agreement between King County and the city of Seattle (Substitute Ordinance 2014-0216.2).
• Unanimously approved separate ordinances establishing demonstration projects for alluvial fan management pilot projects located outside areas of shoreline jurisdiction (Ordinance 2014-0229) and areas within shoreline jurisdiction (Ordinance 2014-0271).


Introduction of ordinances and motions for Committee action:
• An ordinance continuing a temporary use permit for homeless encampments (Ordinance 2014-0362). The ordinance was sent to the Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee for discussion and possible action.
• An ordinance authorizing an interagency agreement between the county and the city of Burien regarding the design, construction, ownership, operation and maintenance of the portion of Segment B of the Lake to Sound Trail that is within the city (Ordinance 2014-0365). The ordinance was sent to the Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee for discussion and possible action.
• An ordinance authorizing an interagency agreement between the county and the city of SeaTac regarding the design, construction, ownership, operation and maintenance of the portion of Segment B of the Lake to Sound Trail that is within the city (Ordinance 2014-0366). The ordinance was sent to the Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee for discussion and possible action.



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