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February 13, 2018 Council Actions

Post Date:02/13/2018 8:00 PM

The following Council direction was given at the February 13, 2018 Regular Council Meeting:

Refer to Airport Advisory Committee
Resolution calling for PSRC and the State to review need for an additional airport.

Refer to Administration & Finance Committee
Issues on vouchers raised by resident Vicki Lockwood (Voucher related to Daily Journal of Commerce was removed from the Vouchers on Consent Agenda)

                                   

The following Council actions were taken at the February 13, 2018 Regular Council Meeting: 

Roger Kadeg was appointed to the Airport Advisory Committee

The following meeting minutes were approved:
Administration & Finance Committee meeting held January 17, 2018
Council Study Session held January 23, 2018
Regular Council Meeting held January 23, 2018
Land Use & Parks Committee meeting held January 25, 2018
Special Council Meeting held January 30, 2018
Public Safety & Justice Committee meeting held February 1, 2018

Agenda Bill #4752; An Ordinance #18-1001 amending Title 15 of the SeaTac Municipal Code related to miscellaneous procedures and provisions of the Zoning Code was adopted February 13, 2018 and becomes effective March 23, 2018.

Agenda Bill #4818; A Resolution #18-001 terminating ICMA-RC Retirement Plan #109238, as established by Council Resolution 93-072 because the plan is no longer in use was passed and became effective February 13, 2018..

Agenda Bill #4840; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute a slope and drainage easement with the Port of Seattle within a City-owned portion of Des Moines Creek Park was carried and became effective February 13, 2018.

Agenda Bill #4829; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute an Interlocal Agreement (ILA) between the cities of SeaTac, Burien, Des Moines and Normandy Park for environmental review of the Sea-Tac Airport's Sustainable Airport Master Plan (SAMP) was carried and became effective February 13, 2018.

A Motion approving the City Manager to amend a letter previously sent to Lime Bikes to impose a $120 penalty for each bike left in the City was carried and became effective February 13, 2018.

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