What Happened at the Council
Monday, February 27, 2017
At today’s Council meeting, Councilmembers:
PUBLIC COMMENT—The Council heard from the public on issues related to county government.
• WEST POINT TREATMENT PLANT: Unanimously adopted extending a waiver from competitive bidding and solicitation requirements for contracts relating to the repair and replacement of damaged structures and equipment at the West Point Treatment Plant (Motion 2017-0086).
• TRANSPORTATION CONCURRENCY: Unanimously adopted a new concurrency test results map; adopting a new map indicating the boundaries of the concurrency travel sheds (Substitute Ordinance 2016-0392.2).
• WATERWORKS GRANT PROGRAM: Unanimously approved grant funding allocation for projects funded through the WaterWorks grant program (Ordinance 2016-0459).
• NORTH LAKE HYLEBOS WATERSHED: Unanimously adopted providing direction to the Conservation Futures Citizen Oversight Committee on a priority for allocating conservation futures tax levy funds in and around the North Lake Hylebos watershed (Substitute Motion 2017-0037.2).
Read more about this legislation on the King County Council’s LEGISEARCH system at http://kingcounty.legistar.com and enter the item numbers above