1988 Resolutions

52-1988

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District To Construct A Sanitary Sewer To Serve Properties Along Crest Lane, Lots 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, And 30; And Fixing The Time, Date And Place For A Hearing On Such Formation

51-1988

Relating To The Community Development Block Grant And Directing The Mayor To Submit An Amendment To The 1989 CDBG Budget As Sent To The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development

50-1988

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

49-1988

No Resolution In Archives Or Microfilm For #49-1988

48-1988

Establishing Fees And Charges For Bayview Cemetery

47-1988

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District To Construct Curb And Gutter, Sidewalk And Storm System On North Shore Drive (Hill Side Only) From Alabama To Poplar And From Academy To City Limits; And Fixing The Time, Date And Place For Hearing On Such Formation

46-1988

Joint Resolution With Whatcom County In The Matter Of Establishing An Intergovernmental Lake Whatcom Watershed Committee (Whatcom County Council Resolution 88-55)

45-1988

Relating To The Use Of Community Development Block Grant Funds And Directing The Mayor To Submit A CDBG 1989 Budget To The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development

44-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of 31st Street South Of Bill Mcdonald Parkway And North Of Ferry Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

43-1988

Fixing The Time And Place Of Hearing Upon The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 1094 (Ferry Street LID.)

42-1988

Fixing The Time And Place Of Hearing Upon The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 1095 (King Street LID.)

41-1988

In Support Of The Rail Development Commission, Recommending Passenger Service Be Re-Established Between Seattle, Washington And Vancouver, British Columbia

40-1988

Providing For The Submission To The Qualified Electors Of The City At The General Election To Be Held November 8, 1988, Of The Proposition Of Whether Or Not The City Should Issue Its General Obligation Bonds In An Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $3,575,000 For The Purpose Of Providing Funds For Constructing And Equipping A Public Indoor Swimming Pool At Civic Field, Relocating One Softball Field, And Related Improvements

39-1988

Granting Final Plat Approval To Michigan Street Plat Twenty-Two Lot Subdivision Located West Of Michigan Street Directly South Of Texas Street

38-1988

Joint Resolution Between Whatcom County And The City Of Bellingham In Support Of Relocation Of The U.S. Post Office From Prospect Street

37-1988

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

36-1988

Commemorating The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Of The Planning Association Of Washington

35-1988

Declaring Surplus Property Described As A Portion Of Lot 27, Division 3, Lakeview Terrace

34-1988

Extending Approval Of The Preliminary Plat Of Bellingham Research Park

33-1988

Relating To Land Use And Taxation, Recommending Open Space Tax Classification For Approximately Two-And-One-Half Acres Of Property Located Within The Silver Beach Neighborhood, Pursuant To Section 84.34 Of The Revised Code Of Washington

32-1988

Adopting The Six-Year Comprehensive Street Program

31-1988

Authorizing Garbage Disposal Rate Adjustments To Expedite Required Pollution Control Devices At Thermal Reduction Company

30-1988

Related To Land Use Planning And Planned Commercial Site Plan Review And Specifying Land Use Restrictions For Approximately 70+ Acres Of Property Commonly Known As "Bellis Fair" Located On The Northwest Corner Of Meridian Street And Interstate 5 Pursuant To Provisions Of Ordinance 9024, As Amended

29-1988

Commending Bellingham Transit Department Drivers

28-1988

Adopting An Updated Open Space, Park And Recreation Plan As Bellingham's Park And Recreation Plan And As The City Of Bellingham's Recovery Action Program

27-1988

Reaffirming Fair Housing Laws

26-1988

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

25-1988

No Resolution In Archives Or Microfilm For #25-1988

24-1988

Declaring Surplus Property Described As The East Eight Feet Of The Vacated Alley Abutting Lots 20-23, Block 19, York Addition To New Whatcom

23-1988

Declaring Surplus The East 40 Feet Of Vacated Humboldt Street Located South Of Ohio Street And North Of North State Street

22-1988

Expressing Support For Water Quality Planning

21-1988

Providing For The Submission To The Qualified Electors Of The City At A Special Election To Be Held May 17, 1988, Of The Proposition Of Whether Or Not The City Should Issue Its General Obligation Bonds In An Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $3,800,000 For The Purpose Of Providing Funds For Constructing And Equipping A Public Indoor Swimming Pool At Civic Field, Relocating One Softball Field, And Related Improvements

20-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Alley In Block 19, York Addition To New Whatcom, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

19-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Humboldt Street Between Ohio And North State Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

18-1988

Setting A Hearing Date To Consider Proposals For Disposition Of Property In The Ohio Street Area

17-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Internal Lot Lines Of Property Lying Adjacent To Franklin Street Between Ohio And Iowa Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

16-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Franklin Street Lying Between Iowa And Ohio Streets And The Alley In Block 256, 1st Add To New Whatcom And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

15-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of East Ivy Street South Of Cornwall Avenue Abutting Blocks 233 And 238, Plat Of New Whatcom Tidelands, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

14-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Portions Of Central Avenue, Chestnut Street, Army Street And An Alley Between Army Street And Bay Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

13-1988

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of All That Portion Of James Street Lying 400 Feet North Of Its Intersection With Sunset Drive At Lincoln Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

12-88

In Support Of Continued Friendship And Exchange Between The Citizens Of Bellingham And Nakhodka U.S.S.R.

11-88

Setting A Hearing Date To Consider Proposals For Disposition Of Citizens Dock

10-88

Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into An Emergency Shelter Grants Program Contract

9-88

Granting Final Plat Approval To Brentwood Division No. 1, A Twenty-One Lot Subdivision Located West Of Britton Road, Directly South Of The Tweed Twenty Subdivision

8-88

Authorizing The Submittal Of A Proposal To Hold The 1989 Washington State Centennial Summer Games

7-88

Declaring Surplus Property Located In The 1900 Block Of Franklin Street And Setting Terms Of Sale

6-88

Relating To The City Of Bellingham And Its Commitment To The Bellingham Food Bank

5-88

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

4-88

Commendation To Arthur Runestrand

3-88

Commendation To W. Thomas Follies

2-88

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

1-88

Fixing The Time And Dates Of The 1988 Regular Meetings Of The Bellingham City Council Beginning January 11, 1988