1993 Resolutions

68-93

Commending Councilmember Tip Johnson

67-93

Commending Councilmember Foster Rose

66-93

Commending Councilmember Mark Asmundson

65-93

Establishing Fees For Bayview Cemetery

64-93

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

63-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Chuckanut Meadows

62-93

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

61-93

Authorizing The Transfer Of City-Owned Property To The Bellingham Housing Authority For The Purpose Of Providing Low Income Housing And Establishing Conditions Of Transfer (SW Corner Of Railroad And E. Chestnut)

60-93

Authorizing The Transfer Of City-Owned Property To The Bellingham Housing Authority For The Purpose Of Providing Low Income Housing And Establishing Conditions For Transfer (1401 E. Sunset Drive)

59-93

Relating To The Use Of Special Emergency Sheltering Funds And Allocating Those Funds To Support Selected City Social Service Agencies (Opportunity Council And Seamar Community Health Center)

58-93

Exercising Powers Granted Under RCW 35.83 Changing The Land Use Designation For Property Located At King And E. Connecticut Streets Owned By The Bellingham Housing Authority And Granting Setback Variances In Order To Facilitate The Provision Of Public Housing

57-93

Resolving That The City Council (1) Fully Supports The Multi Modal Transportation Facility In South Bellingham As Planned By The Port Of Bellingham, (2) Encourages The Rail Division Of The State Department Of Transportation To Prioritize Stations North Of Seattle In This Biennium, And (3) Encourages The Rail Division To Give Consideration Of The Full $2.2 Million Essential Toward Construction Of The Basic Rail Components Of The Multi-Modal Facility As Requested By The Port Of Bellingham

56-93

Recommending An Interim Urban Growth Area For Bellingham To Be Adopted By Whatcom County

55-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of Cody Avenue, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

54-93

Endorsing A Regional Strategy And Funding To Implement Growth Management In Whatcom County

53-93

Granting Final Plat Approval To Division 1 Of Pinewood Hills, A Fourteen Lot Cluster Subdivision Located Along St. Paul, Toledo, And Undine Streets, Area 5 Of The Puget Neighborhood

52-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Alpine Estates

51-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of 330 Feet Of The Remaining North Half Of The Spokane Avenue Right-Of-Way, Beginning At And Eastward From The Eastern Boundary Of The 16th Street Right-Of-Way; Also, South Of And Abutting Lots 34 To 46 Inclusive, Block 43, "Amended Map Of South Fairhaven," Recorded In Volume 4 Of Plats, Page 49, Records Of Whatcom County, Washington, And Directing The Planning Division To Post Notices

50-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Primrose Lane Between Orchard Drive And Baker Street, And Directing The Planning Division To Post Notices

49-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Home Addition To Whatcom Subdivision Lying North Of The Northern Pacific (Burlington Northern) Railroad right-of-way, Less The St. Clair Street right-of-way, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

48-93

Relating To The Adoption Of The 1994-1996 Community Development Plan, The Use Of Community Development Block Grant Funds, Allocation Of Funds To Support Selected City Social Service Agencies, And Directing The Mayor To Submit The 1994-1996 Community Development Plan And 1994 Annual Statement To The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development

47-93

Approving The 1994 Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy For The City Of Bellingham

46-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Morning Mist Way, Adjacent To Lot 8, Block 3, Plat Of Morningside Entrance To Whatcom Falls Park, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

45-93

For The Purpose Of Expressing Support For The Pacific Northwest Rail Corridor Passenger Service Objectives And For Adjusting The Train Speed Limits Within The City

44-93

Adopting Procedures For The Acquisition Of Real Property For Rights-Of-Way In Accordance With The Federal Uniform Relocation Assistance And Real Property Acquisition Policies Act And The State Relocation Assistance And Property Acquisition Policy Act

43-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Easternmost 5' Of 44th Street Abutting Block 9, And The Westernmost 5' Of 45th Street Abutting Lots 1-8, Block 10, Jameson's Bay View Addition To Sehome, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

42-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of Cody Avenue, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

41-93

Fixing The Time And Place Of Hearing Upon The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 10395 (Hollywood Sewer Extension - North Of Alderwood LID.)

40-93

Granting Final Plat Approval To Sylvan Street Estates Phase II Containing 6 Lots Generally Located On The West Side Of Sylvan Street, Adjacent To Big Rock Pond And North Of Sylvan Place

39-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of An Alley North Of Texas Street And West Of Michigan Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

38-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of Iowa Street And Alley Abutting, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

37-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Easternmost 5' Of 44th Street Abutting Block 9, And The Westernmost 5' Of 45th Street Abutting Block 10, Jameson's Bay View Addition To Sehome, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

36-93

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

35-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Alley Between Block 9 And 10, "Jameson's Bay View Addition To Sehome" Bounded By 44th Street, Consolidation Avenue, 45th Street And Byron Avenue, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

34-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Kaelea Creek

33-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of Cody Avenue, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

32-93

Approving The Request For Proposals For 1994 City Of Bellingham Funds Recommended By The Community Development Advisory Board (CDAB)

31-93

Accepting Preliminary Wells Cluster Plat

30-93

Approving The Community Social Service Statement Of Need As Recommended By The Community Development Advisory Board (CDAB)

29-93

Approving A Revision To The Magnolia Hills Cluster Subdivision

28-93

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Lincoln Street Sidewalk; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess 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 July 26, 1993

27-93

Adopting The Comprehensive Street Program

26-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Sylvan Street Estates Phase II

25-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Pinewood Hills

24-93

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Acquisition Of Properties On The Whatcom Creek Estuary

23-93

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

22-93

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

21-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Magnolia Hills

20-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Mt. Baker Forest Residential Development

19-93

Relating To The Designation Of The Montague & McHugh Building On The Local Landmark Registry

18-93

In Appreciation For The Fundraising Effort By The Let's Pool Together Committee

17-93

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

16-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Big Rock Estates Right-Of-Way, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

15-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Douglas Avenue West Of 21st Street And East Of The 20th/21st Street Alley, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

14-93

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 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 24, 1993

13-93

Fixing The Time And Place Of Hearing Upon The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 1098 (Sidewalk LID. For Victor Street From Northwest Avenue To Meridian Street)

12-93

Granting Final Plat Approval To Division 3A Of Brentwood, Containing 17 Lots Generally Located North Of Proposed Barkley Boulevard, West Of Britton Road, And South Of The Whatcom County Subdivision Commonly Known As Tweed Twenty

11-93

Declaring Surplus Real Property Located At The Corner Of 14th Street And Wilson Avenue In Bellingham, Setting A Public Hearing For Disposition By Special Process And Establishing The Terms For Sale

10-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Spring Street Between 20th And 21st Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

9-93

Directed To The Northwest Air Pollution Authority Requesting A Ban On Outdoor Burning In Urban Areas With Populations Exceeding 50,000 Residents

8-93

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

7-93

Fixing The Time And Place Of Hearing Upon The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 1100 (For Construction Of Curb, Gutter, Sidewalk, Storm Drainage, Paving And Street Lights On Moore Street, Potter Street To York Street LID.)

6-93

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Varsity View

5-93

Requesting That The Legislature Continue Criminal Justice Funding

4-93

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of 15th Street South Of Larrabee Avenue And North Of The Larrabee/Donovan Alley, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

3-93

Establishing Fees For The Use Of City Parks And Recreational Facilities

2-93

Commending Sally A. Thorinson For Service On The Bellingham Civil Service Commission

1-93

Fixing The Dates And Time Of The 1993 Regular Meetings Of The Bellingham City Council Beginning January 11