1980 Resolutions

77-1980

Relating To The Management Of The City's Real Property Surrounding Lake Padden, Declaring The Same To Be Surplus To The Needs Of The Water Fund, And Placing The Property Under The Management Of The Parks And Recreation Department For Recreation Purposes

76-1980

Relating To Fees Charged For The Use Of City Parks And Recreational Facilities, Establishing Fees For The Use Of Park Facilities And Repealing Resolution No. 63-1977

75-1980

Relating To Fees Charged For The Use Of The Lake Padden Golf Course, And Amending Resolution No. 6-1979

74-1980

Related To Rates Charged For The Use And Care Of Plots In Bayview Cemetery, And Repealing Resolution No. 62-1977

73-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On Amendment To The Shoreline Management Master Program To Change City Owned Property At Texas And Electric From A Natural To A Conservancy II Designation

72-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing For Rezone From RL-1 To DCD Of Property Located On Fraser Street West Of Electric Avenue; Fixing Hearing For Amendment To The Sunnyland Neighborhood Plan; Fixing Hearing For Amendments To The Bellingham Plan; And Fixing Time For Hearing For Amendment To DCD No. 1, Old Mill Village Contract

71-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of Douglas Avenue And A Portion Of 39th Street And Setting The Time For Hearing On The Preliminary Plat Of Wildwood Hills And The Rezone From Suburban To RL-1, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

70-1980

Relating To Traffic Safety And Circulation In The Orchard Drive-Meridian Street Area, And Declaring The Bellingham City Council's Intent To Waive The Substandards Option Of The Street Standards Ordinance So As To Require The Improvement Of Orchard Drive As A Condition Precedent To Further Industrial Or Commercial Development Which Would Use Orchard Drive As A Means Of Access To Meridian Street

69-1980

Concerning Authorization For An Investment Banking Agreement Concerning The Feasibility Of Construction And Operation Of A District Heating System

68-1980

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Windtree Heights

67-1980

Amending Resolutions 51-1979 And 1-1980, And Cancelling The Council Meeting Set For December 22, 1980

66-1980

Prohibiting Stopping, Standing, Or Parking Of Motor Vehicles On That Portion Of Meridian Street Between East Maplewood And Interstate 5, And Prescribing An Effective Date

65-1980

Fixing The Time For Hearing On The Proposed Removal Of Parking On Alabama From Cornwall Avenue To Electric Avenue And To Temporarily Alter The Existing Donovan Truck Route From Donovan And 4th Street To Valley Parkway - 12th And Harris

64-1980

Relating To Planning And Urban Development, Reaffirming And Declaring The Bellingham City Council's Intent And Resolve To Facilitate The Development And Revitalization Of The Downtown Business District Of The City Of Bellingham As The Regional Retail Center Of Whatcom County And Further Declaring The Bellingham City Council's Intent To Take Such Action As Might Be Necessary To Prevent The Development Of A Major Regional Retail Center Which The Bellingham City Council Finds To Be Inimical To The State Purposes Of The City's Policy

63-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing For Rezone From RH To PC Of Property Located In The Area Of State Street, Ivy And The Boulevard

62-1980

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District To Provide For The Improvement Of Water Pressure On Yew Street Road Between Upper Yew Street Reservoir And Bass Street By The Installation Of A 6" Water Main And Fire Hydrants; Declaring The Intention Of The City To Create A Local Improvement District; And Fixing The Time, Date, And Place For A Hearing Of Such Formation

61-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Assessments And Assessment Roll For LID No. SS 183

60-1980

Fixing The Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Lots 3 And 4, Block 3, Whatcom Falls Addition Supplemental, And All Of Fraser Street Abutting Said Lots, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

59-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Assessments And Assessment Roll For LID 1075

58-1980

Relating To The State Street Corridor Improvements, And In Accordance With The Provisions Of Chapter 13.04 (Ordinance 8027), Granting A Variance From Certain Requirements Imposed Thereby

57-1980

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Roxboro

56-1980

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Woodlands

55-1980

Relating To The Federal Community Development Block Grant Program And Directing The Mayor To File A Preapplication With The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development So That The City Of Bellingham Might Be Considered For A Grant For The Comprehensive Revitalization Of A Target Area And Authorizing The Mayor To Take Such Actions As May Be Necessary To Obtain Favorable Consideration Of Its Preapplication

54-1980

Commemorating The Length And Quality Of Service Given To The City Of Bellingham By John A. Dempster

53-1980

Relating To Personal Property Disposition And Authorizing The Mayor To Sell The City Of Bellingham's 1977 American Laurence Snorkel To The City Of Newport, Oregon Pursuant To The Terms And Conditions More Particularly Described Herein

52-1980

Endorsing And Encouraging The Continuation Of The Municipal Research Council, A State Agency, Through Its Contract With The Municipal Research And Service Center Of Washington

51-1980

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

50-1980

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

49-1980

Authorizing And Directing The Finance Director To Submit A Ballot Proposition As More Particularly Described Herein To The Whatcom County Elections Official For Submission To The City Voters At The November 4, 1980 General Election

48-1980

Authorizing And Directing The Finance Director To Submit A Ballot Proposition As More Particularly Described Herein To The Whatcom County Elections Official For Submission To The City Voters At The November 4, 1980 General Election

47-1980

Relating To Surplus Personal Property Disposition And Establishing Interim Procedures To Be Followed Pending The Formulation And Adoption Of An Ordinance Controlling Such Matters

46-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of 33rd Street South Of Old Samish Highway Abutting Blocks 9 And 10, Adsits First Addition To Fairhaven And The Vacation Of The Alley Located In Blocks 9 And 10, Adsits First Addition To Fairhaven, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

45-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of "E" Street West Of Holly Street Abutting Lots 13, 14, 15, And 16, Block 32, And Lot 8, Block 33, Town Of Whatcom Supplemental, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

44-1980

Relating To Reservation Of Excess Sewer Capacity Pursuant To Ordinance No. 8833 For Industrial Users And Finding Efficient Excess Capacity To Allow Execution Of A Utilities Services Contract With Bellingham Frozen Foods

43-1980

Prohibiting The Stopping, Standing, Or Parking Of Motor Vehicles On Portions Of James Street Between Iowa Street And Sunset Drive And On A Portion Of State Street In The Vicinity Of Iowa Street

42-1980

Prohibiting The Stopping, Standing, Or Parking Of Motor Vehicles On That Portion Of The South Side Of Maryland Street Between Meridian Street And Vallette Street

41-1980

Relating To Federally-Sponsored Energy Conservation Programs, Authorizing The Mayor To Apply For A Community Energy Project Grant

40-1980

Adopting The Open Space Technical Appendix To The Bellingham Plan As The City's Park And Recreation Plan

39-1980

Relating To Council Rules Of Procedure And Pursuant To Section 3.02 Of The Bellingham Charter Establishing A Parliamentary Procedure Rule Requiring Only A Majority Vote Of The City Council To Pass A Motion Calling For The Previous Question

38-1980

Relating To The State Street Corridor Improvements, And In Accordance With The Provisions Of Ordinance 8027, Granting A Variance From Certain Requirements Imposed Thereby

37-1980

Accepting A Grant From The Pacific Northwest Regional Commission For A District Heating System Demonstration Project And Authorizing The Mayor To Take Such Action As May Be Necessary To Implement Said Grant

36-1980

Relating To The Anticipated Receipt Of A $25,000 Grant From The Atlantic Richfield Corporation Foundation And The Placement Of That Grant Into The Special Maritime Park Fund Created By Council Ordinance 8737

35-1980

Relating To Industrial Sewerage Rates And Charges And Authorizing Certain Specified Users To Pay For Sewerage Services Heretofore Provided At The Commercial Rates Set Forth In Ordinance 8774

34-1980

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District By The Improvement Of Queen Street, From Carolina To Kentucky By Paving, Curb, Gutter, Sidewalk, Storm Drain, Street Lighting And Landscaping; Declaring The Intention Of The City To Create A Local Improvement District; And Fixing The Time, Date, And Place For A Hearing Of Such Formation

33-1980

Adopting The Master Plan For The Development Of The Bellingham Maritime Heritage Center And Directing City Staff To Implement The Plan

32-1980

Adopting A Citywide Citizen Participation Plan For The Federal Community Development Block Grant Program And Repealing Resolution No. 38-1978

31-1980

Which Designates Happy Valley/Fairhaven As The Target Area For The Purpose Of Planning And Developing The 1981 Community Development Small Cities Block Grant Application

30-1980

Endorsing The Transition Plan Prepared Pursuant To United States Department Of Transportation Rule Implementing Section 504 Of The Rehabilitation Act Of 1973

29-1980

Relating To Energy Conservation And Authorizing The Mayor To Apply For A Federal Loan To Fund A Feasibility Study Of Hydroelectric Power Generation Utilizing The City's Industrial Water Line

28-1980

Relating To The Rates Imposed By The City Of Bellingham For The Treatment Of Commercial And Industrial Water And Wastes And Establishing The Standby Capacity Charge To Be Included Within User Contracts As Provided By The Terms Of Article Viii (C) (2) Of Ordinance 8833

27-1980

Relating To The Federal Community Development Block Grant Program And Directing The Mayor To File An Application With The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development So That The City Of Bellingham Might Be Considered For A Grant For The Comprehensive Revitalization Of A Target Area And Authorizing The Mayor To Take Such Action As May Be Necessary To Obtain Favorable Consideration Of Its Application

26-1980

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 37th Street By Virtue Of Ordinance 8739 (LID 1074)

25-1980

Relating To Subdivision Control And Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of Clark Wood Pursuant To RCW 58.17 And Chapter 18.16 Of The Bellingham City Code

24-1980

Relating To The City's New Athletic Field Complex, Recognizing Frank Geri For His Contributions To Recreation Programs Within The City, And Naming The New Athletic Complex The "Frank Geri Athletic Fields"

23-1980

Relating To City Parks Capital Improvements, And Authorizing The Mayor To Apply To The Washington State Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance

22-1980

Relating To Planning And Urban Development And Declaring The Bellingham City Council's Intent To Sustain And Encourage The Development Of The Bellingham Central Business District As The Regional Retail Center Of Whatcom County

21-1980

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District By The Improvement Of Donovan Avenue Between 34th & 35th Streets; Declaring The Intention Of The City To Create A Local Improvement District; And Fixing The Time, Date, And Place For A Hearing Of Such Formation

20-1980

Relating To The Adoption Of The Bellingham Municipal Code, And Setting A Date For Hearing Thereon As Required By Law

19-1980

Expressing The City Council's Appreciation And Recognition To Those Involved In Causing The City Of Bellingham To Be Declared An All America City

18-1980

Relating To Parking And Prohibiting The Stopping, Standing, Or Parking Of Motor Vehicles On Portions Of 12th St., Finnegan Way, 11th St., And The Boulevard, As More Particularly Described Herein, And Prescribing An Effective Date

17-1980

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District By The Improvement Of 48th Street, North Of Harrison 323 Feet, Installation Of Water, Together With A Retaining Wall And Paving; Declaring The Intention Of The City To Create A Local Improvement District; And Fixing The Time, Date, And Place For A Hearing Of Such Formation

16-1980

Providing For The Submission To The Qualified Electors Of The City At A Special Election To Be Held May 20, 1980, Of The Proposition Of Whether Or Not The City Should Issue Its General Obligation Bonds In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $3,500,000 For The Purpose Of Providing Funds For The Construction Of New Fire Stations, Construction Of A Training Facility, Remodeling Of The Northwest Avenue Station, And Acquisition Of Fire Equipment

15-1980

Recognizing Joe Martin For His Contributions To Baseball And Softball Within Bellingham And Naming The Civic Field Baseball Diamond "Joe Martin Field" In Recognition Thereof

14-1980

Relating To Rental Of Living Quarters For Temporary Relocation Of Families Involved With The Home Improvement Program And Rejecting Bids For Rental Of Same And Granting The Department Of Planning And Community Development Authority To Negotiate For Rental Of Such Quarters

13-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Falls Street Beginning At The Northern Edge Of Fraser Street Thence Northerly To A Line Projected Through The Northwest Corner Of Lot 16, Block 1, At A Right Angle To The Centerline Of Falls Street, All As Shown On The Plat Of Whatcom Falls Addition Supplemental, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

12-1980

Declaring The Bellingham City Council's Intent To Support The Implementation Of A City Owned And Operated Heating Utility If Deemed Feasible After Further Investigation

11-1980

Superseding Resolution 35-1979, Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District By The Improvement Of Meridian Street By The Installation Of Street Signals; Declaring The Intention Of The City To Create A Local Improvement District; And Fixing The Time, Date, And Place For A Hearing Of Such Formation

10-1980

Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of "Oakridge"

9-1980

Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of "Langei"

8-1980

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Yale Street West Of Kenoyer Drive Abutting Lots 1 And 4, Block 1, Kenoyer Heights And Lots 10, 11, And A Portion Of Lot 12, Eldridge's Suburban Addition To Whatcom, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

7-1980

Memorandum Of Understanding For An Interlocal Cooperation Agreement By And Between Whatcom County And The City Of Bellingham And Designating The County As Primarily Responsible For The Construction And Operation Of Jail Facilities In Accordance With R.C.W. 70.48.090 As Amended By Chapter 232, Laws Of 1979, First Ex. Sess., And R.C.W. Chapter 39.34 Entitled, "Interlocal Cooperation Act"

6-1980

Relating To The City's Park And Recreation Facilities, And Authorizing The City To Receive Financial Assistance To Build Phase II Of The Bellingham Maritime Heritage Center From The Heritage Conservation And Recreation Service

5-1980

Relating To Land Use Planning And Pursuant To Section 20.06.130 Of The Bellingham Zoning Code, Providing For The Approval And Acceptance Of The Recommendation Of The Planning And Development Commission That The Preliminary Development Contract District Plan Of Valley Court Be Accepted

4-1980

Recognizing The Services Of Elsie Stewart To The City Of Bellingham

3-1980

Friendship Toward Canadian And All Other Visitors To The City Of Bellingham

2-1980

Relating To Robbery And Burglary Alarm Regulation And Setting An Annual Fee For Monitoring Service And False Alarms

1-1980

Amending Resolution 51-1979 Fixing The Times Of Regular Meetings Of The Bellingham City Council Beginning January 21, 1980 Through January 5, 1981