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Ordinance 117470

Introduced as Council Bill 110535


AN ORDINANCE authorizing the Mayor, as part of the City's participation in the proposed redevelopment of the former Frederick and Nelson Building, the present Nordstrom store, and the Frederick and Nelson parking garage, to enter into an agreement committing the City to reopen Pine Street between Fourth and Fifth Avenues to vehicular traffic, including transit vehicles; requiring that any such agreement include that the City retain full authority to temporarily close the street for special civic events, including celebrations, special events, and holiday gatherings, and that the City shall not be obligated to reopen Pine Street until the developers meet specified benchmarks; and authorizing the Mayor to accept $1,000,000 in grant funds and to develop a plan to spend the funds to enhance the pedestrian, design, and circulation potential of Pine Street and to enhance Westlake Plaza as a central civic gathering place.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed

Legislative History

Date Introduced:January 23, 1995
Committee Referral:Full Council
City Council Action Date:January 25, 1995
City Council Action:Passed
City Council Vote:7-2 Pageler, Street
Date Delivered to Mayor:January 25, 1995
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
January 25, 1995
Date Filed with Clerk:January 25, 1995
Signed Copy:PDF scan of Ordinance No. 117470
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