1989 Resolutions

65-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Harrison Street East Of Samish Way, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

64-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Northerly 12.5 Feet Of Donovan Avenue East Of Samish Way, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

63-89

Establishing Fees And Charges For Bayview Cemetery

62-89

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

61-89

Relating To Awareness Of Alzheimer's Disease And Recognition Of The Alzheimer Society's Sponsorship Of "Lights Of Love"

60-89

Declaring Surplus Property Described As The Southwesterly 10 Feet Of The Northwesterly 50 Feet Of Lot 15, Block 88, Of New Whatcom, Whatcom County, Washington

59-89

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

58-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Donovan Northerly 12.5' West Of Samish Way, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

57-89

Granting Final Plat Approval To Division No. 2, Of Brentwood, A Twenty-Five Lot Subdivision Located Adjacent Barkley Boulevard

56-89

Relating To The Use Of Community Development Block Grant Funds And Directing The Mayor To Submit 1990 Budget To The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development

55-89

Authorizing The Mayor To Apply To The U.S. Economic Development Administration For A Grant To Partially Fund A Feasibility Study, And Committing Funds For The Required Local Match

54-89

Declare Emergency And Waive Formal Bidding- Fire Apparatus Engine

53-89

Declaring Surplus Property A Certain Tract, Comprised As A Portion Of An Abandoned Railroad right-of-way, Which Formerly Extended From North To South Through What Is Commonly Known As The "Alabama Hill" District Of Bellingham

52-89

Granting Final Plat Approval To Brentwood South Plat Seven Lot Subdivision Located On Grace Lane Directly South Of Barkley Boulevard (Burns Way)

51-89

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Windtree Heights Division #2

50-89

Requesting The Washington State Department Of Natural Resources To Vacate A Portion Of The Northeastern End Of The Whatcom Creek Waterway

49-89

Amending Resolution No. 21-89 To Reflect Agreed CERB Loan Repayment Terms (Bellingham Research Park)

48-89

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Wildwood Hills Division #2

47-89

Relating to Lake Padden Golf Course Fees, granting a waiver due to unique circumstances

46-89

Supporting A Grant Application To The Referenda 26 And 39 Grant Program For Waste Reduction And Recycling For A Comprehensive County-Wide Recycling Program

45-89

Granting Final Plat Approval To Sawyer, A 5-Lot Subdivision Located On Blackberry Lane

44-89

Declaring An Intention To Establish A Downtown Central Business District Parking And Business Improvement Area (PBIA), And Fixing A Date And Place For A Hearing To Consider Establishment Of Such Area

43-89

Authorizing An Application To The State Of Washington Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance For Land Acquisition For The Birchwood Railroad Trail

42-89

Authorizing Application To The Department Of Natural Resources For Funding Assistance For An Aquatic Land Enhancement Account Project For The Padden Creek Lagoon And Larrabee Buffer Area Improvements

41-89

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Samish Park Plat

40-89

Commending The Police Department And The D.A.R.E. Officers For Their Implementation Of The D.A.R.E. Program

39-89

Supporting The Re-Regulation Of The Cable Television Industry

38-89

Declaring Blighted An Area Included In Block 28, Town Of Whatcom Supplemental, And Approving An Urban Renewal Plan For Such Area

37-89

Declaring Surplus Property Described As Lots A, B & C, Olson Short Plat, Abutting Clearbrook Division 2

36-89

Adopting The Six Year Comprehensive Plan

35-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Alley South Of Larrabee Avenue And West Of 37th Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

34-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Moore Street South Of E. Maryland Street And North Of E. Connecticut Street And The Alley In Block 349, First Addition To New Whatcom, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

33-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of South Side Of Douglas Avenue Between 22nd And 23rd Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

32-89

In Regard To The Mount Baker Theatre, Adopting In Concept A Master Plan For Development And Alternatives Thereto

31-89

Relating To Land Use Planning And The Vacation Of A Plat Known As The Cordata Pump Station

30-89

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

29-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Central Avenue Between Prospect Street And Grand Avenue, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

28-89

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District To Construct 35th Street Water And Sewer; And Fixing The Time, Date And Place For A Hearing On Such Formation

27-89

Formalizing The City's Commitment To Pay A Portion Of The Cost Of Certain Infra-Structure Improvements To Be Made In Bellingham Research Park, And Creating A Special Account To Set Aside The Funds Therefor

26-89

Approving The Issuance Of Nonrecourse Industrial Development Revenue Bonds Of The Industrial Development Corporation Of The Port Of Bellingham Pursuant To RCW 39.84.060

25-89

Project Commit, A Smoking Control Project

24-89

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Joint Powers Agreement With Whatcom County For A Lake Whatcom Restoration Project

23-89

Amending Bellingham City Council Resolution 46-88 And Whatcom County Council Resolution 88-55, Clarifying Membership Of The Joint Lake Whatcom Watershed Committee

22-89

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Forest Wynde

21-89

Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Execute On Behalf Of The City Of Bellingham An Agreement Between The Washington State Community Economic Revitalization Board And The City For Aid In Financing The Costs Of Public Facilities Consisting Of Certain Infrastructure Improvements

20-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of "A" Street Lying Between Halleck And Girard Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

19-89

In Regard To Financing Improvements To Bennett Drive

18-89

Supporting The Shoreline Management Master Program As Drafted And Approved By The City Council On January 23, 1987

17-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Ferry Avenue West Of 13th Street, Including Utility Easements, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

16-89

Relating To Lake Padden Golf Course Use And Establishing A Non-Resident Golf Green Fee

15-89

Approving The Sale Of City Water For Eagle Ridge Subdivision, And Establishing Certain Conditions Therefore

14-89

Relating To Land Use And Taxation, Recommending Timberland Open Space Tax Classification For Approximately 8.69 Acres Of Property Located Within The South Neighborhood, Pursuant To Section 84.34 Of The Revised Code Of Washington

13-89

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application With The Community Economic Revitalization Board For The Purpose Of Obtaining A Loan To Build Street And Water Improvements For Bellingham Research Park

12-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Ellsworth Street Between Broadway And J Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

11-89

Prospective Garbage Can Rate Resulting From Modified Contract With Thermal Reduction Company

10-89

Supporting The Mt. Baker Theatre Center's Challenge III Grant Application To The National Endowment For The Arts

9-89

Lowering The Speed Limit On Old Fairhaven Parkway From I-5 To 12th Street From 35 Mph To 25 Mph Subject To Approval Of The State Secretary Of Transportation

8-89

Concerning Forest Practices In The Lake Whatcom Watershed

7-89

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

6-89

Relating To The Rebudgeting Of $249,173 In Community Development Block Grant Funds To Be Used For The Development And Enhancement Of Low Income Housing Opportunities

5-89

Authorizing The Mayor To Submit Engineering Report And Selecting Alternatives For Secondary Sewage Treatment Facilities

4-89

Authorizing The Mayor And Finance Director To Issue A Local Improvement District Installment Note, The Proceeds Of Which Shall Be Used For The Payment Of The Cost And Expense Of Improvement Of Neighborhood Street By Virtue Of Ordinance 9670 (LID. 1092)

3-89

Authorizing The Mayor And Finance Director To Issue A Local Improvement District Installment Note, The Proceeds Of Which Shall Be Used For The Payment Of The Cost And Expense Of Improvement Of 40th Street By Virtue Of Ordinance 9671 (L.I.D. 1093)

2-89

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of T-Shaped Alley In Block 16, Lysle's First Addition To Fairhaven

1-89

Fixing The Times And Dates Of The 1989 Regular Meetings Of The Bellingham City Council Beginning January 9, 1989