1994 Resolutions

65-94

Watershed Joint Resolution

64-94

Commending Terry Brainard For The Service On The Bellingham Civil Service Commission

63-94

Recognizing The "Railroad Avenue Action Plan." Affirming And Incorporating It Into A City Policy And Directing The Mayor To Pursue Its Implementation

62-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To Division 3 Of The Pinewood Hills Residential Subdivision

61-94

Relating To The Financial Affairs Of The City, Authorizing The Cancellation Of Unredeemed Warrants

60-94

Relating To Special Emergency Sheltering Funds And Allocating Those Funds To Support A Selected City Social Service Agency

59-94

Relating To The Designation Of The Flatiron Building On The Local Landmark Registry

58-94

Establishing Fees For Bayview Cemetery

57-94

Establishing Green Fees For The Use Of The Lake Padden Golf Course

56-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To The Kaelea Creek Subdivision, Containing 13 Cluster Detached Lots Located Off Of St. Clair Street, North Of East Illinois Street

55-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To The Baron Credit Subdivision, Containing 2 Commercial/Light Industrial Lots Located On The Southwest Corner Of Stuart Road And Meridian Street

54-94

Authorizing The City Of Bellingham Staff To Pursue Recommendations Of The Coastal Zone Management Group For Certain Land Use Actions And Strategies For Lands Located Within Squalicum Creek Valley

53-94

Authorizing Flood Control Improvements To Squalicum Creek

52-94

Relating To The Adoption Of The 1995 Consolidated Plan, The Use Of Community Development Block Grant Funds, Allocation Of Funds To Support Selected Human Services Agencies And Directing The Mayor To Submit The 1995 Consolidated Plan To The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development

51-94

Supporting Passage Of Referendum 43: Reauthorizing Existing Taxes On Cigarettes, Alcohol, And Pop Syrup Used To Fund Programs For Violence Reduction And Alcohol/Drug Use Prevention/Intervention

50-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To Padden Lake Hills Subdivision, Containing 23 Single Family Cluster Lots, Generally Located East Of 49th Street, Northeast Of Samish Way, And North Of Harrison Street

49-94

Authorizing The Sale Of The Surplus Property Located At 1133 Railroad Avenue (Washington Grocery Building)

48-94

Authorizing Regarding Purchase Of Property From The State Department Of Natural Resources, Declaring The City's Intent To Purchase

47-94

Regarding The Bellingham Development Association And A U.S. Housing And Urban Development "108 Loan" For The Washington Grocery Building, Authorizing The Mayor To Take Certain Actions To Effectuate The Loan

46-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To The Woodhill Subdivision Containing 18 Single Family Cluster Lots Generally Located West Of Newton Street, North Of Vacated Edwards Street And South Of Whatcom Street

45-94

Authorizing The Sale By Surplus Property Located At 1414 Cornwall Avenue In Bellingham By Special Process

44-94

Approving The 1995 Community Social Service Statement Of Need And Request For Proposals For Non-Housing/Homeless Related Services For 1995 Community Development Block Grant Funds Recommended By The Community Development Advisory Board

43-94

Reflecting Changes To The Fairhaven Parking Plan

42-94

Adopting The City Of Bellingham Investment Policy

41-94

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Kelly Ridge Phase 2

40-94

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Kaelea Creek

39-94

Exercising Powers Granted Under RCW 35.83 Granting A Parking Variance For An Elderly Housing Project Located On Orleans Street Across From Sunset Square In Order To Facilitate The Provision Of Public Housing

38-94

In Support Of The Runaway Alliance And Requesting The State Legislature To Enact Legislation To Assist Parents And Communities In Dealing With Runaway Children

37-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To Pinewood Hills, Division II, Containing 27 Single Family Clusters Lots Generally Located East Of Toledo Street And West Of Verona Street And North Of Lakeway Drive

36-94

Adopting An Updated Open Space, Parks And Recreation Plan, One Of The Elements Of The City's Comprehensive Plan

35-94

Fixing The Time And Place Of Hearing Upon The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 1099 (Barkley Boulevard Between Britton Road And Woburn Street LID.)

34-94

Setting A Date For A Public Hearing For Disposition According To Special Process Of Property Legally Described As Lot 5, Block 45, "Map Of The Town Of New Whatcom"

33-94

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Baron Credit

32-94

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of 28th Street And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

31-94

Approving The Sale By Water District No. 7 Of Water To The Gradual Valley Short Plat

30-94

Adopting The Six Year Street Construction Program

29-94

In Support Of Whatcom County's Application For State Funding Assistance For Development Of A Trails Master Plan For Chuckanut Mountain

28-94

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Acquisition, Development And Improvement To Chuckanut Mountain Trail

27-94

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Development And Improvement To Whatcom Creek Trail Development, Phase Two

26-94

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Acquisition Of Whatcom Creek Trail Acquisition Phase Two

25-94

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Acquisition Of Samish Hill Park

24-94

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Acquisition And Development Of Birchwood Park

23-94

Endorsing The Concept Of A Public Aquarium On Bellingham Bay

22-94

Declaring That An Emergency Exists Justifying An Exemption From Formal Bid Process

21-94

Commending The Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber Of Commerce And Industry For Outstanding Service To The Community In Conducting The Annual Ski To Sea Festival

20-94

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Vermont Street, West Of Fir Street, And To Create A Local Improvement District To Access The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specifically Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Comment On Or Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On June 20, 1994

19-94

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Hawley's Replat

18-94

Fixing Time For Hearing On Adoption Of A Six Year Comprehensive Street Plan

17-94

Establishing An Area-Wide Parking Plan And Area-Wide Parking District In The Fairhaven Neighborhood With Boundaries

16-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To Mt. Baker Forest Residential Division 1 (Wycliffe Park) And Division 2 (Tanglewood).

15-94

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Connelly, Cody And 30th Street Sewer, And To Create A Local Improvement District To Access The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Comment On Or Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On May 16, 1994

14-94

Granting Final Plat Approval For Magnolia Hills Phase I, A 52-Lot Single Family Subdivision, Located West Of Woburn Street, North Of Lakeway Drive

13-94

Proclaiming March 28 Through April 3, 1994 Community Development Week

12-94

Setting A Public Hearing Date To Consider A Surplus Property Declaring And Disposition By Special Process For Several Properties Owned By The City.

11-94

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Village On The Green

10-94

Granting Final Plat Approval To Phase 1 Of Alpine Estates, A Seven Single Family Lot Phase Of A Nineteen Single Family Lot And Two Multi-Tract Subdivision Located At The North End Of East Alpine Drive And West Alpine Drive In Area 4, Mt. Baker Neighborhood.

9-94

Agreeing To The Termination For Convenience Of Eda Project No. 07-01-03294

8-94

Setting A Public Hearing Date For The Consideration Of Disposal Of The City's Interest In Property Located At 1133 Railroad Avenue By Special Process

7-94

Declaring Surplus Certain Property Located At Bayview Cemetery And Establishing Terms Of Sale.

6-94

Declaring Surplus Of The City's Interest In Property Located At 1133 Railroad Avenue

5-94

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Haggin And Huntington Street, North Of Academy Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Comment On Or Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On March 7, 1994.

4-94

Honoring Joy Keenan

3-94

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Forest Hill (Division 5, Mt. Baker Residential Development)

2-94

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Alley In Block 6, Sea View Lake Park Addition, Lying Between 44th And 46th Streets And Broad And College Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

1-94

Fixing The Dates And Time Of 1994 Regular Meetings Of The Bellingham City Council Beginning January 10, 1994