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Ordinance 119560

Introduced as Council Bill 112780

Title

AN ORDINANCE submitting a proposition to the qualified electors of the City, at the general election to be held on November 2, 1999, to amend Article IV, Section 12 of the Charter of the City of Seattle to specify that the Mayor is deemed to have taken favorable action on a bill when the Mayor signs it, or returns it to the City Council unsigned but without the Mayor's disapproval, or when the ten days for returning the bill shall have elapsed without its return; ratifying and confirming prior acts; calling on the City Clerk to certify the proposed amendment to the Director of the Department of Records and Elections of King County and directing such Director to submit the proposition to City voters; and providing for the publication of such proposed amendment.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed
Index Terms:CITY-CHARTER, MAYOR

Legislative History

Sponsor:DONALDSON
Date Introduced:July 12, 1999
Committee Referral:Government, Education & Labor
City Council Action Date:July 19, 1999
City Council Action:Passed
City Council Vote:9-0
Date Delivered to Mayor:July 19, 1999
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
July 23, 1999
Date Filed with Clerk:July 26, 1999
Signed Copy:PDF scan of Ordinance No. 119560

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