2009 Resolutions

2009-47

A Resolution To Authorize The Mayor To Sign The Depository Services Resolution With U.S. Bank To Create A New Bank Account For The Whatcom Medic One Fund

2009-46

A Resolution Granting Final Plat Approval For Phase 2A Of The Birch Street Preliminary Plat, Consisting Of 9 Single Family Lots And A Public Open Space Tract, Located In Area 11, Whatcom Fall Neighborhood, Generally Located Off Birch Falls Drive, South Of Lakeway Drive

2009-45

A Resolution Declaring An Emergency Existed Justifying An Exemption From The Formal Bid Process With Regard To An Emergency Road Repair And Hillside Stabilization At Chuckanut Drive ES-435

2009-44

Resolution Segregating Local Improvement District Assessment In The Telegraph Road Area Sewer LID No. 1107 For The Plat Of Emerald Cottages

2009-43

Resolution Honoring Louise Bjornson For Her Public Service

2009-42

A Resolution Adopting New And Updated Fire Department Operational Permit, Plan Review, And Inspection Fee Schedule

2009-41

A Resolution Adopting New And Updated Fire Department Development Services Permit, Plan Review, And Inspection Fee Schedule

2009-40

A Resolution Establishing Fees For The Use Of City Parks And Recreational Facilities

2009-39

Resolution Honoring Barbara Ryan For Her Public Service

2009-38

A Resolution Of The City Council To Declare The City Of Bellingham A Childstar! Community

2009-37

A Resolution Of The City Of Bellingham, Washington Adopting Transportation Impact Fees For 2010

2009-36

A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Bellingham, Washington Making A Declaration Of Substantial Need For Purposes Of The Setting Of The Limit Factor For The Property Tax Levy For 2010.

2009-35

A Resolution Establishing 2010 Fees For Bayview Cemetery

2009-34

A Resolution Adopting A Fee Schedule Payable To The Lake Whatcom Watershed Property Acquisition Program In Exchange For Floor Area Development Bonuses In The Samish Way Urban Village

2009-33

5.7 Acres Located In Bellingham's Geneva Urban Growth Area Known As Geneva/Idaho Annexation

2009-32

A Resolution Relating To The Adoption Of The 2010 Action Plan Of The 2008-2012 Consolidated Plan, The Use Of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds And Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Funds, The Allocation Of Funds To Support Selected City Human Services Agencies And Directing The Mayor To Submit The 2010 Action Plan To The US Department of Housing And Urban Development

2009-31

A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Bellingham, Washington Taking A Position Of Support For Referendum 71 Providing Full And Equal Rights To Those In Domestic Partnerships

2009-30

A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Bellingham, Washington Taking A Position Of Opposition To Initiative 1033 Limiting The Growth Of State, County And City "General Fund" Revenues Received From Taxes, Fees And Other Charges Not Expressly Approved By Voters

2009-29

2010 City Council Meeting Schedule

2009-28

A Resolution Of The City Council To Reject Its Schedule Cost Of Living Adjustment For 2010

2009-27

A Resolution Supporting Proposed Amendments To The Rural Element Of The Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan And Zoning Changes In Areas Adjacent Or Near The City Of Bellingham.

2009-26

A Resolution Amending The Permit Application Fee Schedule To Include Infill Housing Applications.

2009-25

A Resolution Adopting An Updated Water System Plan, Including The Documents, Maps And Referenced Studies, Reports And Plans That Have Not Been Previously Adopted By The City Council; Also See AB 18490 For Introduction.

2009-24

A Resolution Establishing A Fee For Density Bonuses In Specific Transfer Of Development Rights Receiving Zones Payable To The Lake Whatcom Watershed Property Acquisition Program Fund

2009-23

A Resolution Authorizing The Director Of Finance Of The City To Make Declarations Of Official Intent On Behalf Of The City

2009-22

A Resolution Fixing The Time For A Public Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Northern Half Of Cowgill Avenue Abutting Block 147, Plat Of Fairhaven Land Company's Second Addition To Fairhaven, Generally Between 19th And 20th Streets, As Shown On Exhibit A

2009-21

A Resolution Granting Final Plat Approval For Division 1 Of The Highlands Preliminary Plat, Phase 2, Consisting Of 17 Single Family Lots, Located In Area 8, Whatcom Falls Neighborhood, Generally Located Off Lopez Street, West Of Yew Street

2009-20

A Resolution Denying Governors Point Development Company's Request For A Water Resale Contract To Serve The Proposed 141-Lot Governors Pointe Subdivision

2009-19

A Resolution Relating To The Modification Of The 2009 Action Plan Of The 2008-2012 Consolidated Plan, The Use Of Community Development Block Grant Funds And Home Investment Partnership Program Funds And Directing The Mayor To Submit The Modification Of The 2009 Action Plan To The United States Department Of Housing And Urban Development

2009-18

A Resolution Adopting The City Of Bellingham Comprehensive Sewer Plan, Including Documents, Maps And Referenced Studies, Reports And Plans Included Therein

2009-17

A Resolution Relating To The Modification Of The 2008 Action Plan Of The 2008-2012 Consolidated Plan, The Use Of Community Development Block Grant-Recovery (CDBG-R) Funds And Directing The Mayor To Submit The Modification Of The 2008 Action Plan To The U. S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development

2009-16

Public Works Presentation Of The 2010-2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

2009-15

A Resolution Recognizing The 10-Year Anniversary On The Olympic Pipeline Explosion And Supporting The Designation Of June 10th As National Pipeline Safety Day

2009-14

A Resolution Containing Recommendations Regarding Potential Changes To Bellingham's Urban Growth Area

2009-13

Resolution Regarding The Importance Of Neighborhood Elementary Schools.

2009-12

A Resolution Of The City Of Bellingham To Adopt A City Identity Theft Prevention Program Pursuant To Federal Law.

2009-11

A Resolution Granting Final Plat Approval For Spyglass Estates, Located In Area 4, Mt. Baker Neighborhood, Generally Located Between North Of Barkley Boulevard Between Sussex Drive And Chandler Parkway.

2009-10

A Resolution Regarding Adoption Of New Population And Employment Growth Forecasts To Be Used For Whatcom County's Urban Growth Area Review Process And In Bellingham's 2011 Comprehensive Plan Update - Replaces Res. 2009-07

2009-09

A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Bellingham, Sponsoring The Bellingham Public Development Authority's Request To Join The Association Of Washington Cities (AWC) Employee Benefit Trust.

2009-08

Water Conservation Project Update

2009-07

A Resolution Regarding Adoption Of New Population And Employment Growth Forecasts To Be Used For Whatcom County's Urban Growth Area Review Process And In Bellingham's 2011 Comprehensive Plan Update.

2009-06

Joint Whatcom County Council - Bellingham City Council Resolution In Support Of Washington State Senate Bill 5344-2009-10

2009-05

A Resolution Declaring The City Of Bellingham's Intent To Take A Leadership Role In Promoting Energy Efficiency By Promoting The Bellingham Energy Efficiency Community Challenge, Directing Staff To Assist Sustainable Connections And The Opportunity Council In Communicating About Energy Efficiency, Directing Staff To Continue Exploring Mechanisms By Which The City Can Help Finance Private Energy Efficiency Projects And Directing Staff To Educate State Legislators About The City's Interest In Forming An Energy Conservation Utility.

2009-04

A Resolution To Appoint A Coordinator And Volunteer Committee To Assemble From Previous Studies An Up-To-Date Planning Guide For Water Quality Restoration.

2009-03

A Resolution Establishing Fees For Bayview Cemetery.

2009-02

A Resolution Fixing The Time For A Public Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Northern Half Of Cowgill Avenue Abutting Block 147, Plat Of Fairhaven Land Company's Second Addition To Fairhaven, And Vacation Of The Entire Alley Within Said Block Generally Between 19th And 20th Streets, As Shown On Exhibit A.

2009-01

A Resolution Of The City Of Bellingham Declaring That An Emergency Existed Justifying An Exemption From The Formal Bid Process With Regard To Emergency Repairs Due To Fire Damage To Fire Station Number 4.