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December 11, 2018 Council Actions

Post Date:12/13/2018 2:30 PM

The following Council direction was given at the December 11, 2018 Regular Council Meeting:           

  • Refer to Administration & Finance Committee
    • Checklist for Council when reviewing agenda bills
    • Feasibility of using Council Information Requests (CIR) as the only source for requesting information from the City Manager’s Office.           
  • Refer to Transportation & Public Works Committee
    Agenda Bill #5111; A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Transit Way Agreement with Sound Transit.

The following Council actions were taken at the December 11, 2018 Regular Council Meeting: 

The following meeting minutes were approved:
Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting held November 1, 2018
Planning & Economic Development Committee Meeting held November 11, 2018
Regular Council Meeting held November 27, 2018

Agenda Bill #5081; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute a Second Amendment to the Parking Lease with Sound Transit for 63 parking stalls at the SeaTac Center was carried and became effective December 11, 2018.  

Agenda Bill #5099; A Motion adopting the 2019 Legislative Agenda - Internal Policy Document was carried and became effective December 11, 2018.

Agenda Bill #5110; A Motion NOT authorizing the City Manager to waive payment of additional staffing expenses incurred during the Special Olympics USA Games held at Angle Lake Park on July 2-3, 2018 was carried and became effective December 11, 2018.  

Agenda Bill #5105; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute a professional services contract with Reid Middleton for the design of the Des Moines Memorial Drive South 2019 Overlay Project was carried and became effective December 11, 2018. 

Agenda Bill #5109; A Motion authorizing the City Manager to execute an easement with the Port of Seattle to allow access across City-owned property adjacent to the Des Moines Creek North Business Park property was carried and became effective December 11, 2018.

A Motion directing the City Manager NOT to sign a contract to conduct a Convention Center Study was carried and became effective December 11, 2018.

The following items were referred to the January 8, 2019 Regular Council Meeting as Action Items:
Agenda Bill #5035; A Resolution authorizing the exchange of real properties between the City and the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), to partially fulfill the City's local contribution to the SR 509 Completion Project.

Agenda Bill #5094; A Resolution declaring City-owned real property surplus to the needs of the City, and authorizing the City Manager to sell the property to the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority. The related Public Hearing was continued to the January 8, 2019 Regular Council Meeting.

Agenda Bill #4943; A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Development Agreement between the City and Sound Transit for the Federal Way Link Extension Project.

Agenda Bill #5111; A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Transit Way Agreement with Sound Transit.

The following item was removed from the agenda prior to the meeting and will be addressed at a Special Council Meeting on December 13, 2018:
Agenda Bill #5097; A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign a Purchase and Sales Agreement with CAP Acquisitions, LLC for the sale of properties located in the South 154th Street Station Area and declaring this property surplus to the needs of the City.

The following item was removed from the agenda prior to the meeting and will be addressed at a January 2019 Regular Council Meeting after review by the Planning & Economic Development Committee at their January 3, 2019 meeting:
Agenda Bill #5079; A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Purchase and Sales Agreement with the Low Income Housing Institute for the sale of the former Fire Station 47 property located at 3215 S. 152nd Street, and declaring the property surplus to the needs of the City.

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