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Ordinance 101255

Introduced as Council Bill 92931


AN ORDINANCE referring to the voters at a special municipal election to be held in Seattle on September 19, 1972 a referendum proposition to acquire, construct, and equip a new Fire Station No. 31 (Northgate) at its existing site to be expanded located at 1319 North Northgate Way rather than constructing such fire station on a new site to be acquired in the vicinity of Meridian Avenue North and North 110th Street as contemplated by Ordinance 96326, approved by the voters at a special election on February 13, 1968, calling for such an election and providing for the certification of such referendum proposition and prescribing the ballot title.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed
References:Related: Ord 96326

Legislative History

Date Introduced:July 31, 1972
Committee Referral:Committee of Whole
City Council Action Date:August 3, 1972
City Council Action:Passed
Date Delivered to Mayor:August 3, 1972
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
August 3, 1972
Date Filed with Clerk:August 3, 1972
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