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SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL

Sustainability and Transportation Committee

Agenda

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

2:00 PM

Council Chamber, City Hall
600 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

Mike O'Brien, Chair
Rob Johnson, Vice-Chair
Kshama Sawant, Member
Lisa Herbold, Alternate

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SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL

Sustainability and Transportation Committee
Agenda
July 19, 2016 - 2:00 PM

Meeting Location:

Council Chamber, City Hall, 600 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104

Committee Website:

href=http://www.seattle.gov/council/committees/sustainability-and-transportation

This meeting also constitutes a meeting of the Full Council, provided that the meeting shall be conducted as a
committee meeting under the Council Rules and Procedures, and Council action shall be limited to committee
business.

Please Note: Times listed are estimated

A. Call To Order

B. Chair's Report

C. Public Comment

D. Items of Business

(5 minutes)

(8 minutes)

1.

Seattle Bicycle Master Plan, 2016-2020 Implementation Plan

Supporting
Documents: Presentation 7-19-16

Briefing and Discussion (30 minutes)

Presenters: Scott Kubly and Darby Watson, Seattle Department of
Transportation (SDOT)

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2.

CB 118721

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle Department of
Transportations Next Generation Intelligent Transportation < br>System; authorizing the Director of the Department of
Transportation to acquire, accept, and record, on behalf of
The City of Seattle, a deed for street purposes for a portion
of Block A, City Gardens, from Rainier TT LLC, a
Washington limited liability company; laying off, opening,
widening, extending, establishing, and designating the
property for street purposes; placing the real property
conveyed by such deed under the jurisdiction of the
Department of Transporta tion; and ratifying and confirming
certain prior acts.

Attachments: Att A - Recorded Deed for Street Purposes
Supporting
Documents: Summary and Fiscal Note
Summa ry Att 1 - Vicinity Map
Presentation

Briefing, Discussion, and Possible Vote (10 minutes)

Presenters: Sam Spencer and Lorelai Williams, SDOT

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3.

CB 118723

AN ORDINANCE relating to the Seattle Department of
Transportation jurisdictional property located in Lots 1, 2,
and 3, Block 13, Lake View Addition to the City of Seattle,
commonly referred to as 805 NE Northlake Place
(Property) and declaring it as surplus to the Citys needs;
superseding in part Ordinance 114502 relating to the sale of
the Property; authorizing the sale of the Property for fair
market value through a negotiated sale to the University of
Washington, and if such sale is not completed within one
year of being offered for sale then through an open and
competitive sales process to be managed by the Department
of Finance and Administrative Services; authorizing t he
Director of Transportation, or his designee, to execute all
necessary documents to accomplish the sale of the Property; and designating the proceeds from the sale.

Attachments: Att 1 - Final Recommendation Report
Supporting
Documents: Summary and Fiscal Note
Summary Att A - Property Map
Presentation

Briefing, Discussion and Possible Vote (5 minutes)

Presenters: Sam Spencer and Lorelai Williams, SDOT

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4.

CB 118724

AN ORDINANCE accepting 22 limited purpose easements for
public sidewalk, utility, alley turn-around, or public access
purposes; placing the real property conveyed by such
easements under the jurisdiction of the Seattle Depa rtment
of Transportation; and ratifying and confirming certain prior
acts. (This ordinance concerns the following rights-of-wa y:
the alley turn-around in Block 93, D. T. Dennys First
Addition to North Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Block 7,
Pettits University Addition to the City of Seattle; the
sidewalk adjoining Block 4, Sorensons Addition to the Ci ty
of Seattle; the sidewalks adjoining Block 4, Fairview
Homestead Association, for the Benefit of Mechanics and
Laborers; the sidewalk adjoining Block 42, Second Addition
to the Town of Seattle as laid off by the Heirs of Sa rah A.
Bell (deceased) (Commonly known as Heirs of Sarah A.
Bells Second Addition to the City of Seattle); the a lley
turn-around in Block 33, Boston Co.s Plat of West Seattle;
the sidewalk adjoining Block 33, Boston Co.s Plat of West
Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Block 60 and Block 61,
Woodlawn Addition to Green Lake; the sidewalk adjoin ing
Block 5, Sorensons Addition to the City of Seattle; the
sidewalk adjoining Block 1, Greenwood Park Addition to the
Cit y of Seattle; the sidewalk adjoining Block 19, Second
Addition to the Town of Seattle as laid off by the Heirs of Sarah A. Bell (deceased) (Commonly known as Heirs of
Sarah A. Bells 2nd Addition to the City of Seattle); the
sidewalk ad joining Block 45 and Block 48, Replat of Oneida
Gardens Addition to Seattle; the sidewalks adjoining Tract 9,
La ke Dell; the sidewalk adjoining Block 10, Assessors Plat
of University Heights; the sidewalk and utilities easement
adjoining Parcel A and Parcel B, City of Seattle, Lot
Boundary Adjustment No. 2505852/3007838, recorded under
King County Recording No. 20070830900001; the sidewalk
adjoining Block 9, Eden Addition to the City of Seattle; the
sidewalk adjoining Block G, 4th Addition to the City of
Seattle as laid off by Wm. N. Bell; the sidewalk adjoining
Block 21, Sande rs Supplemental Plat; the sidewalk
adjoining Block 107, David T. Dennys First Addition to North
Seattle; the alley turn-around in Block 2, Jackson Park
Addition; the public access easement in Burlington

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Northern, Inc.s right-of-way for its Sumas Branch in the
southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 10,
Township 25 North, Range 4 East, W.M.)

Supporting
Documents: Summary and Fiscal Note
List of Attachments to Summary and Fiscal Note
Summary Att 1 - Map
Summary Att 2 - Map
Summary Att 3 - Map
Summary Att 4 - Map
Summary Att 5 - Map
Summary Att 6 - Ma p
Summary Att 7 - Map
Summary Att 8 - Map
Summary Att 9 - Map
Summary Att 10 - Map
Summary Att 11 - Map
Summary Att 12 - Map
Summary Att 13 - Map
Summary Att 14 - Map
Summary Att 15 - Map
Summary Att 16 - Map
Summary Att 17 - Map
Summary Att 18 - Map
Summary Att 19 - Map
Summary Att 20 - Map
Summary Att 21 - Map
Summary Att 22 - Map
Presentation

Briefing, Discussion, and Possible Vote (5 minutes)

Presenters: Sam Spencer and Lorelai Williams, SDOT

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5.

CB 118732

AN ORDINANCE relating to City streets; changing the name
of Broad Street between 9th Avenue N and Westlake Aven ue
N to Roy Street, of Warren Place between Warren Avenue N
and its east terminus to Warren Place N, of S Della Street
between 27th Avenue S and Martin Luther King Jr. Way S to
S Walden Street, of Cloverdale Place S between Rainier
Avenue S and Seward Avenue S to S Cloverdale Place, of
NW 35th Street between 1st Avenue NW and NW Canal
St reet to NW Canal Street, of 1st Avenue NW between the
south margin of N Canal Street and N 35th Street to N Canal
Street, o f a lower roadway at the east of the present existing
bridge on Eastlake Avenue NE between its south terminus at
the shoreline and the south margin of NE Pacific Street to
Eastlake Place NE, of a lower roadway at the east of the
present existing bridge on Eastlake Avenue NE between the
north margin of NE Pacific Street and the south margin of
NE 40th Street to Eastlake Place NE; correcting and
confirming the name and location of NW 114th Street
between NW Carke ek Park Road and NW 116th Street as NW
114th Street; naming the alley in Blocks 2, 3, and 4,
Seaboard Addition t o the City of Seattle, as 30th Avenue SW;
naming the alley in Block 19, Denny-Fuhrman Addition to the
City of Seattle, as Yale Terrace E; and superseding
Ordinance 102981 to the extent inconsistent.

Supporting
Documents: Summary and Fiscal Note
Summary Att A - Broad St
Summary Att B - Warren Pl
Summar y Att C - S Della
Summary Att D - Cloverdale Pl. S
Summary Att E NW 35th St. and 1st Ave. NW.
Summary Att F - Eastlake Ave. NE
Summary Att G - NW 116th St. (NW 114th St.)
Summary Att H - Blocks 2, 3, and 4, Seaboard Addition
Summary At t I - Block 19, Denny-Fuhrman Addition

Briefing, Discussion, and Possible Vote (5 minutes)

Presenters: Erin Harris and Mark Bandy, SDOT
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6.

CB 118734

AN ORDINANCE granting SP Greenwood LLC permission to
construct and maintain a public art installation on a port ion
of 1st Avenue Northwest, southwest of the intersection with
Northwest 85th Street, for a ten-year term, rene wable for two
successive ten-year terms; specifying the conditions under
which this permit is granted; and providing for the < br>acceptance of the permit and conditions.

Supporting
Documents: Summary and Fiscal Note
Summary Att A - SP Greenwood Art Installation Area Map
Summa ry Att B - Annual Fee Assessment Summary
Presentation

Briefing, Discussion, and Possible Vote (5 minutes)

Presenters: Amy Gray and Liz Sheldon, SDOT

E. Adjournment

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