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King County Council meeting highlights | Dec. 16-20

Monday, December 16

Metropolitan King County Council – 9:30 a.m. ***Special Meeting***

Councilmembers are scheduled to discuss and possibly act on:

  • An ordinance relating to the 2013 levy of property taxes in King County for collection in the year 2014 (Ordinance 2013-0425).
  • A motion opposing the establishment of new coal terminals in Oregon and Washington and urging a comprehensive environmental review of the impacts of proposals for new terminals, including the associated transport and burning of coal (Motion 2013-0386).
  • An ordinance establishing a pilot program that encourages County employees to be innovative and for the County to commercialize creative ideas, inventions, tools and software programs generated by its employees (Ordinance 2013-0434).
  • An ordinance ratifying the execution of agreements for jail services with the cities of Burien, Enumclaw and Federal Way (Ordinance 2013-0505).
  • An ordinance establishing February 11, 2014 as the date of a special election on the question of the annexation of the Klahanie Annexation Area to the city of Issaquah (Ordinance 2013-0523).
  • A motion adopting King County’s 2014 (FY 2015) Federal Agenda (Motion 2013-0513).
  • Motions making appointments to fill the vacancies for:

o   State Senator in the 43rd Legislative District (Motion 2013-0528).

o   State Representative in the 43rd Legislative District (Motion 2013-0529).

o   State Representative in the 33rd Legislative District (Motion 2013-0531)

  • A motion relating to the organization of the County Council (Motion 2013-0525).

 

Thursday, December 19

Board of Health – 1:30 p.m.

Briefing:

 

  • Coverage is Here King County Enrollment Update (Briefing No. 13-B23).

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