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King County Council meeting highlights | Sept. 9-13

Monday, September 9

 

King County Flood Control District – 1:30 p.m.

Supervisors are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on:

 

• A resolution relating to the operations and finances of the King County Flood Control Zone District; authorizing the expenditure of District funds for projects and activities in Water Resource Inventory Areas 8, 9, the Snoqualmie watershed and the King County portions of WRIA 10 (Resolution No. FCD2013-13)

Metropolitan King County Council – Immediately following meeting of King County Flood Control District

--Councilmembers will declare September 8‑14 as Diaper Need Awareness Week in King County

Councilmembers are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on:

• An ordinance authorizing an interlocal agreement between the County and the city of Maple Valley regarding annexation of the Summit Pit property and ensuring continuance of all operations of the roads maintenance facility (Ordinance 2013-0339).

• A motion making an appointment to fill the vacancy in the 41st Legislative District of the Washington state House of Representatives (Substitute motion 2013-0396.2).

• A motion concerning the recommendations of the low income fare options advisory committee (Substitute motion 2013-0313.2)

 

Tuesday, September 10

 

Government Accountability and Oversight Committee – 9:30 a.m.

Committee members are scheduled to discuss and possibly recommend to the full council:

 

• An ordinance relating to taxis, for-hire vehicles and drivers (Ordinance 2013-0019).

• An ordinance authorizing a renewal of cable television franchise with WAVEDIVISON I, LLC, for a period ending July 31, 2023 (Ordinance 2013-0395).

 

Briefing:

 

• Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) vaccination reporting proposal (Briefing No. 2013-B0134).

Law, Justice and Health and Human Services Committee – 1:30 p.m.

Committee members are scheduled to discuss and possibly recommend to the full council:

• An ordinance creating the offense of urinating in public and penalties for violation (Ordinance 2013-0384).

• A motion acknowledging receipt of a report containing a plan to establish a memorial in a public portion of the Courthouse; directing the Sheriff’s office to work with the Facilities Management Division (FMD) to submit an image fit to scale for the final design of the memorial for council approval prior to installation; and to work with FMD to install the memorial (Motion 2013-0367).

Discussion:

• An ordinance relating to how the County will honor civilian immigration hold requests from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for individuals in the custody of the Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (Ordinance 2013-0285).

The Committee will hear public testimony on this item.

 

Wednesday, September 11

Committee of the Whole – 9:30 a.m. ***Special Meeting***

Agenda will be available Monday, September 9, at

http://mkcclegisearch.kingcounty.gov/calendar.aspx

 

King County Flood Control District Executive Committee – 10:00 a.m.

Agenda will be available Monday, September 9, at

 

http://mkcclegisearch.kingcounty.gov/calendar.aspx

 

 

King County Ferry District Executive Committee– 1:30 p.m.

Agenda will be available Monday, September 9, at

 

http://mkcclegisearch.kingcounty.gov/calendar.aspx

Regional Policy Committee – 3:00 p.m.

Briefings:

 

• Status Report on review of Solid Waste Transfer and Management Plan (Briefing No. 2013-B0130).

• Seattle’s Pilot Safe Parking Program (Briefing No. 2013-B0132).

• Overview of Ridesharing Services (Briefing No. 2013-B0133).

 

King County Flood Control District Executive Committee – 6:00 p.m. ***Special meeting location*** The committee will meet at the Maleng Regional Justice Center 401 Fourth Ave N., Kent, WA

• Committee members will be joined by representatives of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for a special meeting on FEMA’s flood maps for the Green River Valley

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