1977 Resolutions

64-1977

Amending Resolution No. 25-1977 As Amended Relating To The Preliminary Plat Of Evergreen East

63-1977

Related To Fees Charged For The Use Of City Parks And Recreational Facilities And Establishing Certain Rates Of Fees For The Use Of Such Structures Or The Participation In Such Recreational Activities As Are Provided Herein, And Repealing Resolution No. 59-1976

62-1977

Related To Rates Charged For The Use And Care Of Plots In Bayview Cemetery

61-1977

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

60-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Western 10 Feet Of 13th Street Between Columbia And Mill Avenues, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

59-1977

Providing For The Submission To The Qualified Electors Of The City At A Special Election To Be Held On The 14th Day Of March, 1978 Of The Proposition Of Whether Or Not The City Should Issue And Sell Its Unlimited Tax Levy General Obligation Bonds In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of $2.2 Million For The Purpose Of Providing Funds To Pay For The Cost Of Acquiring Additional Park Property And Constructing Certain Park And Recreation Improvement Within The City

58-1977

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

57-1977

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

56-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Various Streets Or Portions Thereof In The Fairhaven District, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

55-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Westerly Ten Feet Of 25th Street Between Taylor Avenue And Douglas Avenue And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

54-1977

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

53-1977

Relating To Arterial Street Improvements And Declaring The City's Intention To Purchase From The Port Of Bellingham Certain Real Property Necessary For The Improvement Of Roeder Avenue From "C" Street To Jaeger

52-1977

Opposing Initiative Measure 345, Which Would Repeal The State Sales Tax On Food

51-1977

Opposing Initiative Measure 348, Which Would Repeal The Variable Gas Tax

50-1977

Granting A Variance To Peter Bajema From The Standards Set For Street Improvements By Ordinance 8040 As Amended By Ordinance 8113 Prior To Being Issued A Building Permit

49-1977

Granting A Variance To Hart Novelty Company From The Standards Set For Street Improvements By Ordinance 8040 As Amended By Ordinance 8113 Prior To Being Issued A Building Permit

48-1977

Granting A Variance In The Case Of Stancil Short Plat From The Requirements Of The City Subdivision Ordinance, Ordinance 8192, As Amended, Stating That Each Lot Shall Abut And Be Connected To A Water Main

47-1977

Establishing Citizen Participation Requirements For The 1978 Community Development Block Grant Application

46-1977

Commending The Whatcom Chapter Of The Northwest Steelhead And Salmon Association For Their Community Spirit In Establishing A Pilot Fish Rearing Program

45-1977

Adopting Criteria For The Processing Of Applications For Current Use Assessment And Defining The Role Of The Planning Commission And City Council In The Process

44-1977

Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of "North Shore Estates"

43-1977

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Bel-Vue Division #2

42-1977

Relating To The Development Of Property Within A Specified Area Of The City Of Bellingham, Declaring The City Council's Concern Regarding Its Approval Of Further Zone Change Applications And Requests For Plat Approval With Respect To Such Applications Presently Pending And Instituting A Moratorium Upon The Acceptance Of Any Such Further Applications Until April 1, 1978

41-1977

Relating To The Submission Of A Park Bond Issue Proposition To The Qualified Voters Of The City And Repealing Resolution No. 36-1977

40-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Texas Street right-of-way Between Birch Street And Fir Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

39-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Cooper Avenue From 3-D Street To The College Parkway, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

38-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Two Foot Wide, 44.7 Foot Long Strip Of South Garden Lying Generally Between Olive Street And South Forest Street Together With A 1.12 Foot Wide, 72.32 Foot Long Strip Of Alley Lying Between Olive Street And South Garden Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

37-1977

Of Support For The Park Bond Proposal As Placed On The Ballot

36-1977

Providing For The Submission To The Qualified Electors Of The City At A Special Election To Be Held On The 8th Day Of November, 1977, Of The Proposition Of Whether Or Not The City Should Issue And Sell Its Unlimited Tax Levy General Obligation Bonds In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of $3.7 Million For The Purpose Of Providing Funds To Pay For The Cost Of Acquiring Additional Park Property And Constructing Certain Park And Recreation Improvement Within The City

35-1977

Pertaining To Natural Tidelands And Estuarine Areas

34-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Portions Of Cowgill And 16th Street South Of The Valley Parkway, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

33-1977

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Willow Lane

32-1977

Expressing Support For The Bellingham Police Department In Its Efforts To Enforce All Laws And Ordinances In A Just And Professional Manner, Including Those Laws And Ordinances Dealing With The So-Called Victimless Crimes Of Illegal Gambling, Narcotics, And Related Vice

31-1977

Declaring The City's Interest In Purchasing The Franklin School Site From The Bellingham School District

30-1977

Cancelling All City Of Bellingham Claims And Payroll Warrants Issued In 1974 And 1975, That Have Not Been Redeemed

29-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of All Of York Street Between The Freeway And Lincoln Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

28-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of An Alley Located Within Lot 14, Block 138, Town Of New Whatcom, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

27-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Southerly Ten Feet Of Mill Avenue From 36th To 40th Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

26-1977

Adopting The Six Year Comprehensive Street Plan

25-1977

Accepting An Amended Preliminary Plat Of Evergreen East

24-1977

Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of "Pearce's Subdivision"

23-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Columbia Avenue right-of-way Lying Between 13th And 14th Street, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

22-1977

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of Willow Hill

21-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of The Alley Between Block 12 And Block 13 Of The Plat Of South Whatcom, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

20-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Certain Street right-of-way In The Harris, Larrabee, 4th, And 8th Streets Area, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

19-1977

Relating To The Financing Of Improvements To The City's Parking Facilities

18-1977

Acknowledging Work And Services Of Sue C. Boynton

17-1977

Related To The Adoption Of A Mutual Aid Agreement By Which Cooperation Between Law Enforcement Agencies Of Whatcom County Can Be Effectuated And Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Mutual Aid Agreement With Whatcom County Pursuant To RCW 38.52, Providing Such Terms And Conditions As Are Contained In The Appended Agreement

16-1977

Establishing A Youth Council For Coordination And Liaison Between Bellingham High Schools And City Government, And Providing For Membership For Said Council

15-1977

Authorizing The Mayor And Public Works Director To Enter Into A Real Estate Contract

14-1977

Relating To Labor Negotiations And Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Two Year Labor Agreement With AFSCME Local 114, The Terms Of Such Agreement Being Incorporated Herein

13-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Broad Street From 25th To 28th Streets, From Kellogg To Wilkin Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

12-1977

In Relation To The Vacation Of Lots 10 Through 13, Inclusive, Block 191 Of Elks Street Addition, All Situate Within The City Of Bellingham, Subject To Reservations Of Rights Of Easements Of The City Of Bellingham

11-1977

Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of Eldridge Addition No. 2

10-1977

Relating To Subdivisions And Amending Resolution No. 44-1976 By Providing A Variance With Respect To The Eldridge Plat So As To Eliminate Sidewalks

9-1977

Establishing Speed Limits On Various Streets Throughout The City Of Bellingham Pursuant To City Code Sections 46.61.416 And 46.61.417 And Repealing Resolution 8-1975

8-1977

In Relation To The Vacation Of Lots 20, 21, And 22, Block 11, Plat Of Silver Beach, All Situate Within The City Of Bellingham, Subject To Reservations Of Rights Of Easements Of The City Of Bellingham

7-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of Iron Street, Northerly Of Meador Avenue And Southerly Of Whatcom Creek, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

6-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of Fillmore Avenue Between 10th And 11th Streets, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices

5-1977

Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of "Iowa Commercial Tracts"

4-1977

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Order The Formation Of A Local Improvement District By The Improvement Of Toledo Street By Paving, Storm Drainage, Sidewalks, And Street Lighting; 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

3-1977

Amending Resolution No. 60-1976, Being The Resolution Accepting The Preliminary Plat Of "Lakeway Estates"

2-1977

Accepting Preliminary Plat Of "Sunset Hill"

1-1977

Fixing Time For Hearing On The Proposed Vacation Of East Indiana Street Lying Between Martin Street And The Bellingham School District Property, And Directing The Finance Director To Post Notices