Resolution Table

Res No.

Date

Summary

103Res. 103 PDF

12/16/1935

Amendment To First Section, To Improve Central Avenue With Concrete Paving [Original Resolution Passed 9/16/35

104Res. 104 PDF

2/17/1936

1936 Requesting Commissioners Of King County To Examine And Details Of The Proposed Drainage System As Prepared By Mr. Irving Clark And To Include The Same In Their Work Project For Draining The Road System In The West Side Of Kent Including Meeker Avenue, The West Highway And Various Graveled Roads And Streets That Are Periodically Flooded; And To Furnish And Install The Necessary Tile Or Pipe For That Portion Requiring A Covered Drain

105Res. 105 PDF

4/6/1936

Transferring Gas Tax To State Highway Department [Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets]

106Res. 106 PDF

5/18/1936

The City Of Kent Hereby Transfers, Assigns, And Sets Over To Chas. M. Foults The Old Water Main Across Section 32, Township 22, North, Range 6 East, And All The Piping, And Connections And Material There Located; And The City Of Kent Hereby Releases All Claims Or Interest In The Same

107Res. 107 PDF

10/5/1936

Transferring Gas Tax Funds To The State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets

108Res. 108 PDF

1/12/1936

The City Council Hereby Protests Against Precincts, Or Any Portion Or Portions Thereof, Or Any Portion Or Portions Of The City Of Kent Being Included In The Said Proposed Public Utility District No. 1, King County

109Res. 109 PDF

2/15/1937

A Memorial To The Legislator Now In Session; Do Not Favor House Bill No. 138, By Diverting Moneys That Are Intended For School System, And Old Age Pensions; Do Favor Passage Of House Bill No. 139, Simplifying And Cutting Out Red Tape For Cities In Need Of Extra Revenues; And Do Favor Passage Of House Bill No. 175, Providing For The Division Of Net Revenues, 50% To The State And 50% To Counties And Cities

110Res. 110 PDF

5/3/1937

Creating A Street Fund

111Res. 111 PDF

5/17/1937

Providing For Extermination Of Dogs Impounded; For The Catching And Boarding Of Said Dogs And For The Redemption Thereof; And For The Hiring And Payment Of Persons In Connection Therewith [Providing For Enforcement Of Ordinance #677] [Void After December, 1943]

112Res. 112 PDF

6/7/1937

Transferring Funds To State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets [State To Paint Streets]

113Res. 113 PDF

7/19/1937

Regularly Employed City Police Officers Be Allowed Two Days Off Per Month With Pay. Retroactive To First Day Of January, 1937

114Res. 114 PDF

Missing

115Res. 115 PDF

10/18/1937

Limiting The Number Of Wine And Beer Taverns To (8) Eight

116Res. 116 PDF

12/6/1937

Vacation Of A Portion Of Titus Street And Setting A Public Hearing For 1/3/38

117Res. 117 PDF

5/2/1938

Transferring Funds To State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets [State To Stripe The Streets]

118Res. 118 PDF

6/6/1938

Concrete Sidewalk To Be Constructed On The North Side Of Gowe Street

119Res. 119 PDF

11/21/1938

Designate As An Authorized Emergency Vehicle And Register With State Of Washington As Such The Following: A Ford V-8, 1936 Sedan, Motor No. 18-2497056, Owned, Used And Authorizing Fire Chief Charles Bridges As Designee To Operate It; 2) A Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, 1935 Model, Motor No. 35vld5004, Owned, Used And Authorizing Police Officer Charles Waldrop As Designee To Operate It

120Res. 120 PDF

12/5/1938

Vacate Certain Streets And Alleys In The City Of (Lot 2, Block 4; Lot 14, Block 5; Lot 17, Block 2; And Lot 29, Block 3 All In North Park Addition]

121Res. 121 PDF

4/3/1939

Transferring Funds To State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets (State To Stripe The Streets]

122Res. 122 PDF

6/19/1939

Vacation Of Calhoun Way And Setting A Public Hearing Date Of 7/17/39

123 - 216

********Per Note In Resolution Files******** Resolution Numbers 123 Through 216, And 218 Through 222 Were Never Assigned Nor Used

217Res. 217 PDF

Dedication Of East Titus Street By King County, For The Purposes Of Making A Street Thereof To Join In Said Tract

218-222

********Per Note In Resolution Files******** Resolution Numbers 123 Through 216, And 218 Through 222 Were Never Assigned Nor Used

223Res. 223 PDF

8/21/1939

Transfer Of Funds From The Current Expense Fund And Bond Interest And Redemption Fund To The Permanent Replacement Water Fund

224Res. 224 PDF

2/5/1940

Refunding Of Water Revenue Bonds Of 1935

225Res. 225 PDF

2/19/1940

Designation Of Kent News Journal As The Official City Newspaper For 1940

226Res. 226 PDF

4/15/1940

Transferring Funds To State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets [State To Stripe City Streets]

227Res. 227 PDF

7/1/1940

Appreciation To The City Of Auburn For Lending Blueprints To The City Of Kent For A New 3,000,000 Gallon Reservoir As An Addition And Extension Of Its Water System

228Res. 228 PDF

NO DATE

Improvement Of West Meeker Street (With Gas Tax Money) By Constructing A Seven Foot Strip Of Concrete Pavement On Each Side And Resurfacing The Remaining Portion With Asphaltic Concrete

229Res. 229 PDF

9/16/1940

Adoption Of A Formal Program Setting Forth The Uses To Which Unexpended Balance Of State Funds Will Be Applied To The City Street Fund

230Res. 230 PDF

9/16/1940

Requesting The State Department Of Highways To Eradicate The Dangers Existing At Dix Corners [Where Pacific Highway And Kent-Des Moines Highway Cross)

231Res. 231 PDF

101/7/1940

Requesting The Washington State Liquor Control Board Not To Issue Any New Or Additional Licenses Either For The Sale Of Beer Or Wine For Consumption On The Premises Or Off The Premises, Or Both, In The City Of Kent; And Limiting Total Of Establishments Not To Exceed Eight (8)

232Res. 232 PDF

12/2/1940

Proposed Items Covering Expenditures From City Street Fund For Period 4/1/39 To 3/31/41

233Res. 233 PDF

5/5/1941

Street Projects For 1941 And 1942

234Res. 234 PDF

6/2/1941

Transfer Of Balances In Lid Funds To Lid General Fund

235Res. 235 PDF

6/16/1941

Transferring Funds To State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets [State To Stripe City Streets) [Cancelled]

235ARes. 235 PDF

6/20/1941

Awarding Contract To Concrete Products Construction Co. For Street Projects For 1941 & 1942 (1st Avenue S.) (See Resolution No. 233)

236Res. 236 PDF

7/7/1941

Transferring Funds To State Department Of Highways For Repair And Maintenance Of City Streets [Striping Of City Streets]

237Res. 237 PDF

9/2/1941

Adoption Of A Formal Program Setting Forth The Uses To Which Unexpended Balances Of State Funds Will Be Applied To The City Street Fund For Period From 4/1/41 To

238Res. 238 PDF

1/5/1942

Designating The Kent News Journal As The Official City Newspaper

239Res. 239 PDF

9/21/1942

Transferring Funds From Lid General Fund To Bond Interest And Redemption Fund For The Purpose Of Retiring And Cancelling Bonds No. 41 To 70 Of Lid No. 199 [Clark Street Improvements]

240Res. 240 PDF

10/5/1942

Transfer Funds From Local Improvement General Fund To The Bond Interest And Redemption Fund For The Purpose Of Retiring Bonds No. 41 To 70 Inclusive, Of Lid 199 [Resolution No. 239 Cancelled]

241Res. 241 PDF

2/1/1943/

Protesting Passage Of Initiative No. 12 Of State Legislature

242Res. 242 PDF

2/15/1943

Requesting Immediate Steps To Be Taken By State Department Of Highways To Reconstruct Pacific Highway (Dix Corner) Crossing At Intersection Of Kent-Des Moines Highway And State Highway No. 1

243Res. 243 PDF

7/7/1943

Authorizing Purchase Of United States Government War Bonds Of Series G In The Sum Of $30,000.00

244Res. 244 PDF

11/1/1943

Requesting The Legislative Branch Of The U .S. Government To Pass Laws To Protect The U.S. From The Dangers Of Espionage And Sabotage By Resident Aliens Or Citizens Who Are Of Alien Parentage

245Res. 245 PDF

12/6/1943

Providing For The Extermination Of Dogs Impounded; For The Catching And Boarding Of Said Dogs And For Redemption Thereof

246Res. 246 PDF

2/7/1944

Authorizing Purchase Of U.S. War Bonds Of Series G In The Sum Of $23,000.00

247Res. 247 PDF

2/21/1944

The Mayor And City Clerk Are Appointed As Officials To Negotiate For Leasing Of Rooms To The Local Administration Services

248Res. 248 PDF

3/7/1944

Acceptance Of Quit Claim Deed For Street Purposes From Irving C. And Grace Clark; Lawrence And Vera Clark; Walter And Eva May Clark; And Stuart And Lizzie Kingma [For Widening Kennebeck Street]

249Res. 249 PDF

3/20/1944

Authorizing The City Of Kent To Sell To Northern 0113 Railroad Crossings Pacific Railway Co. Two Strips Of Land 50 Ft. In Width, One On Each Side Of Present One Hundred (100) Foot Right-Of-Way

250Res. 250 PDF

NO DATE

The City Of Kent Is Requesting The County Election 0318 City Hall/Arts Commission/Civic Center Board Of King County To Consent To A Special Election For The Following Propositions: 1) Purchase Of Property For A Civic Center; 2) Establish And Maintain A Civic Center; 3) Levy A Special Tax Of 15 Mills To Pay For A Civic

251Res. 251 PDF

7/3/1944

Setting A Hearing Date Of 7/17/44 For George And Julia Feroe’s Proposed Plat Of Lands [Feroe’s 1st Addition]

252Res. 252 PDF

7/3/1944

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/7/44 For The Vacation Of A Portion Of Morton Street [S. State Street To Burke Avenue]

253Res. 253 PDF

7/3/1944

Giving A Quit Claim Deed To Adolph Niebling For Property Described As The North 25 Feet Of Lot 4 In Block 3 Of Yesler’s First Addition And Clearing Up Cloud On Title

254Res. 254 PDF

8/21/1944

Granting And Acceptance Of An Easement To The City Of Kent By W.E. And Elizabeth Neice; Clarence And Gladys Oie, And L.H. And Mrs. Metras, For A Sewer Pipe Line Between 3rd And 4th Avenues, South Of Crow

255Res. 255 PDF

10/16/1944

Disapproval By The City Of Kent For Referendum No. 25, Known As The "Super P.U.D. Measure; And Proposition To Organize A P.U.D. No. 1 P .U .D . ’ S ) In King County (Against All P.U.D.’S)

256Res. 256 PDF

12/4/1944

Authorization To Purchase Kent Sewer General Obligation Bonds No. 25, 28, 29 And 30

257Res. 257 PDF

12/4/1944

Authorization To Purchase United States Securities Described As Treasury Savings Notes, Series C In The Sum Of $32,000.00

258Res. 258 PDF

12/18/1944

Authorizing A Quit Claim Deed To A.N. Berlin For Lots 9 And 10 In Block A Of The Supplemental Plat Of Meeker’s First Addition

259Res. 259 PDF

1/2/1945

Designating The Kent News Journal As The Official City Newspaper

260Res. 260 PDF

1/2/1945

Allowing One Day Off Per Week With Pay, Beginning 1/1/45 To 12/31/45, For Regular Members Of The City Of Kent Police Department

261Res. 261 PDF

3/19/1945

Setting 4/2/45 As A Public Hearing Date Regarding A Proposed Ordinance Fixing The Salaries Of Certain Employees And Providing Additional Appropriations For Payment Of Those Salaries

262Res. 262 PDF

3/19/1945

Increasing The Treasurer’ S Bond From $10,000 To $15,000 Beginning 6/1/45 As Adopted By Ordinance No. 685

263Res. 263 PDF

3/19/1945

Authorizing The City Treasurer To Write-Off A Shortage Of $70.20 For The Years 1939 And 1940

264Res. 264 PDF

6/4/1945

Protesting Any Fill Which Has Been Made And Any Future Fills Made By The Northern Pacific Railway Company Under And Supporting Its Tracks Leading North From The Bridge Crossing The White River (Now Green River) Toward The City Of Kent; And Demanding Remove Al Of -Any Fill Which Has Been Made At Said Locality

265Res. 265 PDF

6/18/1945

Authorizing Purchase Of U.S. Securities Described As Treasury Savings Notes Series C In The Sum Of $15,000

266Res. 266 PDF

11/19/1945

Authorizing The Firm Of Forbes And Brett Consulting Engineers To Represent The City Of Kent In Making Application To The Federal And State Governments For Funds In Aid Of A Sewage Disposal Plant Project

267Res. 267 PDF

11/19/1945

Setting A Public Hearing For 12/17/45 For Vacation Of An Alley Lying Between Lot 4 On The East Side And Lots 1, 2 And 3 On The West Side In Block 3 Of Sunnyside Addition (Petition Of L.E. And Myrtle Brogden, And Thomas And Jennie Waller}

268Res. 268 PDF

5/6/1946

Authorizing City Treasurer To Transfer From Garbage Fund To Current Expense Fund For Payment Of The Collection Of Garbage And Expense

269Res. 269 PDF

5/20/1946

Setting A Public Hearing Date For A Proposed Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Street Department Fund

270Res. 270 PDF

5/20/1946

Authorizing The City Treasurer To Cash Us Savings Bonds, Series G, And Deposit Money In The Street Department Fund

271Res. 271 PDF

6/17/1946

Setting A Public Hearing Date For 7/15/46 For Vacation Of A Portion Of Pioneer Street

272Res. 272 PDF

7/1/1946

Authorizing The Firm Of Hyland, Elvidge And Alvord To Represent The City In Condemnation Of Land For Sewage Disposal Plant

273Res. 273 PDF

8/5/1946

Notice Of Hearing On 9/3/46 For Improvement Of Alleys In The North Park Addition By Construction Of Sewers And A Pumping Plant (Create Lid 228)

274Res. 274 PDF

8/19/1946

Providing For The Extermination Of Dogs Impounded; For The Catching And Boarding Of Said Dogs And For The Redemption Thereof; And For The Hiring And Payment Of Persons In Connection Therewith

275Res. 275 PDF

11/4/1946

Approving A Full Compromise And Settlement Regarding A Condemnation Of Property Suit For A Sewage Disposal Plant Between The City Of Kent And The Defendants, Frances And Malcolm Crawford, H.L. And Ruby Soames, And King County And To Be Dismissed Without Costs To Either Party (City Of Kent To Pay $1,650 .00 In Return For Deeds, Releases And Easements)

276Res. 276 PDF

12/2/1946

Setting A Hearing Date Of 12/16/46 For An 0104 Finance Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For Issuance Of Warrants For Water Department

277Res. 277 PDF

1/20/1947

Authorization To Transfer Funds From The War Liquor Tax Fund To The Cumulative Reserve Fund For Financing Of A Sewerage Disposal Plant

278Res. 278 PDF

3/3/1947

Notice Of Hearing Date Of 4/7/47 For An Alley Vacation In Block 7 Of Washington Central Improvement Company’s Knob Hill Addition

279Res. 279 PDF

4/21/1947

Setting A Hearing Date Of 5/19/47 For Annexation Of Portions Of The North Park Area

280Res. 280 PDF

5/5/1947

Authorization To Purchase The State Cannery No. 1

281Res. 281 PDF

7/7/1947

Authorizing A Five Year Contract With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Street Lighting

282Res. 282 PDF

7/21/1947

Designating The Kent News Journal As The Official City Newspaper For The City Of Kent

283Res. 283 PDF

7/21/1947

A Call For Redemption Bonds Numbered 56- To 88, Inclusive, Of The Refunding Water Revenue Bonds Of 1940

284Res. 284 PDF

12/1/1947

Setting A Hearing Date Of 12/15/47 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For Issuance Of Warrants For The Water Department

285Res. 285 PDF

12/1/1947

Authorizing City Treasurer To Surrender U.S. Savings Bonds, Series G And Deposit Moneys Into The Bond Interest And Redemption Fund

286Res. 286 PDF

12/15/1947

Setting A Public Hearing For 1/5/48 On A Proposed Plat (Walmsley Plat - Clifford, Georgianna & George Walmsley)

287Res. 287 PDF

2/2/1948

Authorizing The City Treasurer To Deposit The Monies Received On The Redemption Of United States Three Year Treasury Notes, Series C To The Following Funds 1) Current Expense; 2) Street; 3) Water; 4) War Liquor Tax; 5) Cumulative Building; 6) Cumulative Reserve For Materials And Supplies

288Res. 288 PDF

2/2/1948

Providing For The Extermination Of Dogs Impounded; For The Catching And Boarding Of Said Dogs And For The Redemption Thereof; And For The Hiring And Payment Of Persons In Connection Therewith

289Res. 289 PDF

2/2/1948

Setting A Public Hearing For 2/16/48 On An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For Issuance Of Warrants For The Police Department

290Res. 290 PDF

3/1/1948

Setting A Public Hearing For 3/15/48 On Two Ordinances Declaring Emergencies, Making Appropriations And Providing For Issuance Of Warrants For The Police Department

291Res. 291 PDF

3/15/1948

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From The Bond Interest And Redemption Fund To The Current Expense Fund; And To Retire Trunk Sewer Bonds Numbered 25, 28, 29 And 30

292Res. 292 PDF

3/15/1948

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From The Cumulative Reserve Fund For Sewage Disposal Plant To The City Of Kent - Washington State Development Sewage Treatment Plant Project No. 1 Fund

293Res. 293 PDF

6/7/1948

Adopting Daylight Savings Time To Be The Official Time Of The City Of Kent For The Months Of June, July, And August, 1948

294Res. 294 PDF

6/7/1948

Setting A Hearing Date Of 7/6/48 For Vacation Of A Portion Of Alvord Avenue In The Plat Of Marlowe’ S First Addition

295Res. 295 PDF

6/7/1948

Setting A Hearing Date Of 7/6/48 For Vacation Of A Triangular Parcel Of Land Lying East Of Lots 17 To 24, Block 4, WCIC (Washington Central Improvement Company’s First Addition) ; And A Parcel Of Land Lying To The East Of Lots 9 To 16, Block 1 Of Were (Knob Hill Addition)

296Res. 296 PDF

7/19/1948

Transfer Of Gas Tax Funds To The State Department Of Highways To Place Signs On State Streets

297Res. 297 PDF

7/19/1948

Setting A Public Hearing On 8/16/48 To Amend Ordinance No. 768 Correcting The Description Of Certain Property Annexed (Edgar E. And Marie L. Miller Annexation)

298Res. 298 PDF

9/20/1948

Disapproval Of Formation Of A Public Utility 0198 City Council District In King County To Include The Area Outside Of The Seattle Metropolitan Area; And If P.U.D. Is To Be Formed, The City Of Kent Petitions The Board Of County Commissioners Of King County To Exclude It From The Boundaries Proposed District

299Res. 299 PDF

11/1/1948

Sale Of Kent City Water Revenue Bonds To Be Invested In United States Of America Obligations Of Such Finance Series And Maturities As The Finance Committee Decides

300Res. 300 PDF

12/6/1948

That The Proceeds From The Sale Of Kent City Water Revenue Bonds Of 1948 Be Invested In - 1) U.S. Treasury Bills; And 2) U.S. Certificates, Due 10/1/49

301Res. 301 PDF

1/17/1949

Concerning An Act Relating To Loans To Municipalities

302Res. 302 PDF

6/6/1949

Setting A Public Hearing On 7/5/49 For A Proposed Certain Lands Within The City Of Kent (Gerden H. And Marion N. Clark Plat)

303Res. 303 PDF

6/6/1949

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/5/1949 For Vacation Of Certain Alley (Frank And Nina Siems – Alley Vacation)

304Res. 304 PDF

6/6/1949

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/20/49 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making Appropriations, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The General Government Of The City And For The Water Department

305Res. 305 PDF

11/7/1949

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/5/49 Concerning The Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 228 (Sewers And Pumping Plant In North Park Addition)

306Res. 306 PDF

11/21/1949

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/19/49 For Vacation Of Portions Of Streets And An Alley (Kennebeck & Bean)

307Res. 307 PDF

12/5/1949

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 12/19/49 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Street Department

308Res. 308 PDF

12/19/1949

Declaring That There No Longer Exists A Shortage In Rental Housing Accommodations As To Require Federal Rent Control In The City Of Kent And It Should Be Removed

309

1/16/1950

Authorizing The Investment From Proceeds Received From The Sale Of Water Revenue Bonds Of 1948

309A

2/6/1950

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/6/50 And Declaring The City’s Intention To Improve Certain Property By Installing A Sanitary Sewerage System

310Res. 310 PDF

2/20/1950

Officially Naming The Proposed Dam On Green River As The ·"Eagle Gorge Dam”

311Res. 311 PDF

3/6/1950

Authorizing The Transfer Of Certain Money From The 0104 Finance Current Expense Fund To The Park Fund, Capital Outlay

312Res. 312 PDF

3/6/1950

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/20/50 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Parks Department

313Res. 313 PDF

6/5/1950

Setting A Public Hearing On 7/3/50 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Street Department

314Res. 314 PDF

8/21/1950

Authorizing The Investment Of Proceeds From The Sale Of Water Revenue Bonds Of 1948

315Res. 315 PDF

8/24/1950

Request By City Of Kent To Be Excluded From The Area Proposed For Creation Of A Public Utility District In King County

316Res. 316 PDF

10/19/1950

Authorizing The Commencement And Maintaining Of An Action To Condemn Certain Properties Of The Puget Sound Power And Light Company, Located Within The City {Land Condemnation)

317Res. 317 PDF

11/6/1950

Authorization To Apply To The Bonneville Power Administration For A Federal Power Supply For The City Of Kent In Connection With The Acquisition By The City Of The Distribution System, Within The Corporate Limits Of The City, Now Owned By Puget Sound Power And Light Company

318Res. 318 PDF

11/20/1950

Authorization To Reinvest The Proceeds From The Sale Of Water Revenue Bonds Of 1948 Into United States Treasury Bills

319Res. 319 PDF

12/4/1950

Employing Special Associate Counsel In Connection With Local Improvement District (Lid) No 229

319ARes. 319 PDF

1/15/1951

Authorizing The Transfer Of Certain Money From The Current Expense Fund To The Bond Interest And Redemption Fund

320

2/5/1951

Urging The Present Legislature Of The State Of Washington To Respectfully Enact Said Act, "That Any City That So Elects To Operate Its Own Power Business, May Do So In The Fringe Area, And Give It Equal Powers Of The PUD Operations"

320B

12/4/1950

Directing The Transfer From The Contractor To The Surety Of The Employment Of The Work Under The Contract Of July 24, 1950, For Installation Of Sanitary Sewers, Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 229

321Res. 321 PDF

2/5/1951

Supporting The Passage Of "State House Bill No. 20611 Referring To Committee On Agriculture And Livestock, An Act Relating To Agricultural Fairs And To Encourage 4-H Clubs And Smith - Hughes Students

322Res. 322 PDF

4/2/1951

Authorizing Investment From The Proceeds Of The Sale Of Water Revenue Bonds Of 1948 Into United States Treasury Bills

323Res. 323 PDF

4/16/1951

Approving The List Showing All Of The City Of Kent Employees Who Are Members Of The Statewide City Employees Retirement System, And Showing Also The Prior Service Credit To Which Each Is Entitled

324

8/27/1951

Authorizing A Five (5) Year Contract With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Furnishing A Water Pumping Station

324A

1/7/1952

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/4/52 For Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 229

324B

3/3/1952

Setting A Hearing Date On 4/7/52 For Vacation Of A Portion Of A Certain Alley (Block 4 Of The Original Town Of Kent)

325Res. 325 PDF

3/17/1952

Authorization To Release The Bonding Company, Continental Casualty Co., Upon Payment For A Claim Against Berts Co., Inc. For Providing Sewers For Lid 229

326Res. 326 PDF

4/7/1952

Authorizing The Transfer Of Money From The Current Expense Fund To The War Liquor Tax Fund, And The State Aid Fund

327Res. 327 PDF

4/21/1952

Adopting Daylight Savings Time As The Official Time For The City Of Kent September 29, 1952 Beginning April 27 And Ending

328Res. 328 PDF

10/6/1952

Setting A Hearing Date On 11/3/52 For Vacation Of Portion Of A Certain Street In Washington Central Improvement Company 1 S Knob Hill Addition

328ARes. 328 PDF

7/21/1952

Authorizing A Contract With Puget Sound Power & Light Company For Five (5) Years For Street Lighting

329Res. 329 PDF

12/1/1952

Requesting The State Of Washington Statewide City Employees Retirement System To Permit The Retention Of Edward J. Holman On The Payroll Of The City Of Kent

330Res. 330 PDF

12/1/1952

Requesting The State Of Washington Statewide City Employees Retirement System To Extend The Retirement Date For Henry J. Martin Until He Reaches Age 67

331Res. 331 PDF

12/15/1952

Authorization To Retain The Firm .Of Elvidge, Watt, Veblen And Tewell As Special Associate Counsel To Represent The City Of Kent In All Matters Pertaining To A Claim For Damages Filed By The State Of Washington Through The Pollution Control Commission, The Department Of Fisheries, And The Department Of Game And Wildlife

332Res. 332 PDF

3/2/1953

Adoption Of This Resolution With The Consensus Of The City Council That Plan Iii As Proposed By Carey And Kramer, Consulting Engineers, For The Design Of A Sewage Disposal Plant Be Approved

333Res. 333 PDF

3/16/1953

Authorizing A Contract With Carey And Kramer For The Redesign Of A Sewage Disposal Plant

334Res. 334 PDF

3/16/1953

Authorizing Carey And Kramer To Proceed With Redesign Of A Sewage Disposal Plant Upon Payment To And Receipt Of A Release From Forbes And Brett Of All Obligations Relating To Sewage Disposal Plants

335Res. 335 PDF

3/16/1953

Authorization To Notify The Pollution Control Commission Of The Existence Of A Contract With Carey And Kramer For Redesign Of A Disposal Plant And Direction To Proceed With The Work

336Res. 336 PDF

5/4/1953

Urging The Civil Functions Appropriation Subcommittee of The House Appropriation Committee To Include In Their Recommendation Funds Sufficient To Complete Final Planning And Begin Actual Construction Upon The Green River Flood Control Project

337Res. 337 PDF

5/18/1953

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/15/53 For Vacation Of A Portion Of A Certain Alley And A Certain Street In Mcmillan’ S Addition To The City

338Res. 338 PDF

6/1/1935

Authorizing The Extension Of A Contract With H.P. Pratt And Company For A Period Of One Additional Year

339Res. 339 PDF

8/3/1953

Setting A Hearing Date On 9/8/53 For A Proposed Annexation (Ne 1/4 Of Section 19, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, Wm)

340Res. 340 PDF

10/5/1953

Setting A Hearing Date On 11/16/53 For Proposed Annexation Of Certain Properties

341Res. 341 PDF

12/21/1953

Authorizing The Extension Of Time For Opening Of Bids For Proposed Sewage Treatment Plant

342Res. 342 PDF

1/4/1954

Authorization To Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Current Capital Outlay Expense Fund To The Garbage Fund,

343Res. 343 PDF

1/4/1954

Setting A Hearing Date Street Vacation (Shinn Avenue) On 2/1/54 For A Proposed

344Res. 344 PDF

1/18/1954

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/1/54 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Real Property - Lid 230. (Marlowe 1 S First Addition; City View Addition; Stella H. Fox J) Addition; Clark’s First Addition; Feroe’s First Addition; Knob Hill Addition; Miller’ S Northern View Addition)

345Res. 345 PDF

4/14/1954

Requesting The Assistance From King County Sheriff, Prosecuting Attorney, Mayor Of Seattle, And Chief Of Police, In Investigations, Cooperation, Closing Of Establishments Where Unlawful Gambling In South King County Exists, And Continued Enforcement Of The Closure

346Res. 346 PDF

6/7/1954

Authorization To Surrender U.S. Savings Bonds, Series G, And Deposit Said Moneys In A Depository Authorized To Hold Municipal Funds To The Credit Of The Funds Of The Cumulative Building Fund From Which The Investment Was Originally Made

347Res. 347 PDF

6/21/1954

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 7/6/54 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Garbage Department

348Res. 348 PDF

8/2/1954

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Mercury Vapor Street Lighting

349Res. 349 PDF

8/2/1954

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

350Res. 350 PDF

2/21/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/21/55 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Real Property (Walmsley’ S Addition; Cross Addition; Mcmillan’s Addition; Washington Central Improvement Company’s First Addition; Kent’s Original Plat)

351Res. 351 PDF

NO DATE

Setting Rules And Regulations For The Installment Of Water Mains Within The City Limits Or Outside The City Limits For Connection To Mains Of The City Of Kent

352Res. 352 PDF

5/2/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/6/55 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Real Property (Cross Addition; Mcmillan’s Addition; Washington Central Improvement Company’s First Addition)

353Res. 353 PDF

5/16/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/20/55 For Annexation Of Certain Property (Portion Of S.W. Russell Donation Claim - Waterman’ S Tracts) Acre

354Res. 354 PDF

6/6/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/18/55 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Property (Yesler’s First Addition; Washington Central Imp. Company’s First Addition; Rasmussen’ S Addition)

354ARes. 354 PDF

7/18/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/15/55 For A Petition To Annex Certain Property (Shinn’s Garden Addition)

355Res. 355 PDF

7/18/1955

Authorization To Invest Funds In Bonds For Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 230

356Res. 356 PDF

8/15/1955

Authorization To Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Sewer Revenue Fund To The Water Fund, Capital Outlay For The Purpose Of Paying A Portion Of The Cost Of The Acquisition Of Pipe For The Extension Of The Water System

357Res. 357 PDF

11/7/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/5/55 For Vacation Of A Certain Alley (Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Addition)

358Res. 358 PDF

11/7/1955

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/5/55 For Annexation Of Certain Property (Samuel W. Russell Donation Claim No. 41 And Cavanaugh Tract)

358ARes. 358 PDF

2/20/1956

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/5/56 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Salaries And Wages City Engineer, From The Current Expense Fund

359Res. 359 PDF

3/5/1956

Setting A Hearing Date On 4/2/56 For Improvement Of Certain Property With Construction Of Sanitary Sewers Necessary Accessories For The Disposal Of Sewage (Lid 234 - Merrie Hill/Stonecrest Addn)

360Res. 360 PDF

5/7/1956

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/21/56 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Capital Outlay, Current Expense Fund

361Res. 361 PDF

5/7/19565

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/21/56 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Capital Outlay, Sewer Revenue Fund

362Res. 362 PDF

NO DATE

The City Of Kent Disclaims All Rights, Title And Interest Of, In Or To Certain Real Property (H.L. Yesler’s First Addition)

363Res. 363 PDF

6/4/1956

Setting A Public Hearing On 7/2/56 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property

364Res. 364 PDF

6/18/1956

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 7/2/56 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Water

365Res. 365 PDF

7/16/1956

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/6/56 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Sewer Revenue Fund, Capital Outlay

366Res. 366 PDF

8/6/1956

Requesting The Governor Of The State Of Washington To Authorize A Referendum Election So That City Of Kent Employees Who Are Members Of The Statewide City Employees Retirement System Can Adopt A Proposed Plan To Coordinate Benefits Of Federal O.A.S.I (Ss) Coverage With Current Coverage

366ARes. 366 PDF

8/20/1956

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power & Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping Power

367Res. 367 PDF

11/5/1956

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power & Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

368Res. 368 PDF

11/19/1956

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/17/56 For A Proposed Annexation Of Real Property (Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Addition – Blks 31-27 And 40)

369

MISSING

Missing

370Res. 370 PDF

2/4/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/4/57 For A Proposed Vacation Of Certain Alley (Mcmillian’s Addition)

371Res. 371 PDF

2/18/1957

The City Of Kent Favors A Permissive Sales Tax Limited To Two Thirds Of One Per Cent, And Urges The Legislative Representatives To Enact Such A Law

372Res. 372 PDF

4/15/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 5/30/57 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Certain Alley (Walmsley’s Addition)

373Res. 373 PDF

5/6/1957

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of Water Lines For The City Of Kent Upon Certain Highways Of The State Of Washington

374

MISSING

Missing

375Res. 375 PDF

5/6/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/3/57 For The City Of Kent’s Intention Of Improving Certain Real Property (Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Addition; Miller’s Northern View 2nd Addition; Hauge-Armstrong Addition; Armscrest Addition)

376Res. 376 PDF

5/20/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/11/57 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Streets In The City

377Res. 377 PDF

5/20/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/17/57 For A Proposed Alley Vacation (Block 1 - Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Adon)

378Res. 378 PDF

5/20/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/17/57 For A Proposed Alley Vacation (Block 5 Walmsley’s Addition)

379Res. 379 PDF

6/17/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/15/57 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property (Blocks 30, 38 And 39 Of Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Addition)

380Res. 380 PDF

6/17/1957

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For Installation Of Sewer Line For The City Of Kent, Upon Highway 5-A Of The State Of Washington

381Res. 381 PDF

7/1/1957

Authorization To Execute And Serve Upon Valley Construction Company, At 7722 Rainier Avenue, Seattle, Wa., And Upon The General Casualty Company Of America, General Insurance Building, 4347 Brooklyn Avenue, Seattle 5, Wa. , Notice Of Intention To Forfeit Contract For Installation Of Sewer Lines From North Park Lift Station (Manhole 14) To Manhole 1

382Res. 382 PDF

7/1/1957

Authorizing The City Of Kent To Retain Elvidge, Watt, Veblen And Tewell As Special Associate Counsel, With The City Attorney, For Purpose Of Participating In Negotiations, Consultations And In Advising On Matters Relating To Contract With Valley Construction Company; And For The Purpose Of Instituting And Maintaining All Proceedings Necessary, Or Of Defending Any Proceedings Instituted By Others In Connection With Said Contract

383Res. 383 PDF

7/1/1957

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

384Res. 384 PDF

7/1/1957

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

385Res. 385 PDF

7/15/1957

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/12/57 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues (Lid 237)

386

8/20/1957

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Street Lighting

386A

10/7/1957

Authorizing A Request To The State Department Of Commerce And Economic Development To Provide Planning Assistance and Financial Assistance For A Planning Study Contributing To An Overall Program For Future Community Development, The Preservation Of Community Values, The Prevention Of Conditions Causing Urban Blight, And Promotion Of The General Health, Safety And Welfare Of Citizens

386B

11/18/1957

Setting A Hearing Date 12/16/57 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property (Shinn’s Garden Addition)

387Res. 387 PDF

11/18/1957

Creating A Construction Fund For Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 237

388

MISSING

Missing

389Res. 389 PDF

1/6/1958

Retaining Counsel For Certain Services In With The Issuance And Sale Of $100,000 In General Obligation Bonds (Public Library Site Acquisition)

390Res. 390 PDF

1/20/1958

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Garbage Fund To The Library Maintenance And Operation Fund

391Res. 391 PDF

1/20/1958

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Garbage Fund To The Street Fund, For Maintenance And Materials

392Res. 392 PDF

1/20/1958

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/17/58 For A Proposed Vacation Of Certain Streets And Alleys (Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Addition)

393Res. 393 PDF

1/20/1958

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/17/58 For A Proposed Annexation (Shinn’s Cloverdale Addition)

394Res. 394 PDF

2/17/1958

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/17/58 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Shinn’s Garden Addition)

395Res. 395 PDF

4/7/1958

Authorizing A Franchise Bond For The Installation Of Various Water Lines For The City Of Kent Upon Various County Roads Within The General Vicinity Of The City

396Res. 396 PDF

4/7/1958

Authorizing The Investment In Local Improvement District Guarantee Fund Of The City Of Kent In Bonds Of Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 236

397Res. 397 PDF

4/7/1958

Setting A Hearing Date On 4/21/58 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property

398Res. 398 PDF

4/21/1958

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/5/58 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Current Expense Fund, Capital Outlay

399Res. 399 PDF

5/19/1958

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/2/58 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property (Stella H. Fox Addition)

400Res. 400 PDF

5/19/1958

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Street Lighting

401Res. 401 PDF

6/16/1958

Endorsing The Forthcoming World’s Fair And Requesting Serious Consideration At Some Sie Within The Area Bounded On The North By The Kent-Des Moines Road, And On The South By Peasley Canyon Road

402Res. 402 PDF

11/3/1958

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/1/58 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property

403Res. 403 PDF

11/3/1958

Proclamation .Declaring December 7, 1958 As National Civil Defense Day

404Res. 404 PDF

1/5/1959

Providing For The Issuance Of Bonds Of Local

405Res. 405 PDF

1/19/1959

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/16/59 For A Proposed Annexation Of Certain Real Property (S.W. Russell Donation Claim; Government Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 15; Moses Kirkland Donation Claim; John M. Thomas Donation Claim; Government Lot 12)

406Res. 406 PDF

2/2/1959

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/2/59 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Certain Alley (Block 17, Washington Central Imp. Company’s Knob Hill Addn)

407Res. 407 PDF

2/16/1959

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/2/59 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Capital Overlay Fund Of The Police Department

408Res. 408 PDF

3/2/1959

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, From The Current Expense Fund To The And Redemption Fund Certain Money Library Bond Interest

409Res. 409 PDF

4/6/1959

Setting A Hearing Date On 5/4/59 For The Proposed Vacation Of A Certain Street (248th South, Oak Street)

410Res. 410 PDF

4/6/1959

Setting A Hearing Date On 5/4/59 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Certain Street (All Portions Of Right-Of-Way Of The John H. Patton Road And 36th Avenue South)

411Res. 411 PDF

5/4/1959

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/1/59 For The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Property (Block 28, W.C.I.C. Knob Hill Addition) (LID 238)

412Res. 412 PDF

5/18/1959

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Mercury Vapor Street Lighting

413Res. 413 PDF

7/20/1959

Requesting The Governor Of The State Of Washington To Authorize A Referendum Election For Employees Belonging To The Statewide City Employees Retirement System To Coordinate Benefits With The Federal O.A.S.I. (Social Security)

414Res. 414 PDF

8/3/1959

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

415Res. 415 PDF

8/3/1959

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

416Res. 416 PDF

11/2/1959

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 11/16/59 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Salaries And Wages, Maintenance And Operation, And Capital Outlay, For The Public Library In Kent

417Res. 417 PDF

11/2/1959

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 11/16/59 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Capital 0118 Parks & Recreation Outlay For The Parks Department

418Res. 418 PDF

12/7/1959

Authorizing The Sale Of Real Property From The City Of Kent To George W. And Jeannine M. Heck, Under The Terms Of A Standard Real Estate Contract (Except That No Title Insurance Shall Be Provided) {Lot 6, Block 9 Of Washington Central Imp. Company’s First Addition To Kent}

419Res. 419 PDF

12/8/1959

Granting To The United States Of America The Right To Enter On And Use Any Lands Owned By Or Under The Control Of The City Of Kent For The Purpose Of Constructing A Project For Flood Control On The Green River (Federal Funding)

420Res. 420 PDF

1/22/1960

Granting To The United States Of America The Right To Enter On And Use Any Lands Owned Or Under The Control Of The City Of Kent For The Purpose Of Constructing A Project For Flood Control On The Green River

421Res. 421 PDF

2/15/1960

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

422Res. 422 PDF

2/15/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/21/60 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of A Certain Street (Block 2, W.C.I.C. First Addition)

423Res. 423 PDF

2/15/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/21/60 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of A Certain Street (W.C.I.C. Knob Hill Addition - Lots 1 And 2 Of Block B)

424Res. 424 PDF

4/4/1960

Consenting To The Inclusion Of Portions Of Property Within The City Of Kent Limits Which Fall Within The Boundaries Of A Proposed Park And Recreational District In King County, And Also Within The Boundaries Of Kent School District No. 415, King County, Washington

425Res. 425 PDF

6/6/1960

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/20/60 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Salaries And Wages, Current Expense Fund, And Capital Outlay Water Department Fund

426Res. 426 PDF

6/6/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/5/60 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Clark Street)

427Res. 427 PDF

7/5/1960

Authorization To Transfer From Current Expense, capital Outlay, Office Equipment Fund, To Current Expense, Maintenance And Operation, Miscellaneous Fund ($1,000.00)

428Res. 428 PDF

7/5/1960

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

429Res. 429 PDF

7/5/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/1/60 For A Proposed Street Vacation And Alley Vacation (Walnut Street And Lincoln Avenue)

430Res. 430 PDF

8/1/1960

Authorizing Participation In The Green River Flood Control Project

431Res. 431 PDF

9/6/1960

Relating To Land Use And Other Advantageous Development And Adopting A Comprehensive Plan

431ARes. 431 PDF

9/19/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 10/17/60 For A Proposed Street Vacation

432Res. 432 PDF

9/6/1960

Authorizing The Release Of Gillespie Co., Inc. As Principal, And United Pacific Insurance Co., A Corporation, As Surety, From That Certain Plat Bond In Connection With The Linda Heights Plat

433Res. 433 PDF

10/17/1960

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Current Expense Fund To The Parks Fund ($4,000.00)

434Res. 434 PDF

10/17/1960

Going On Record In Opposition To The Entire Termination Of Bus Service By Western Greyhound, Greyhound Lines On Ssh 5m (West Highway)

435Res. 435 PDF

10/17/1960

Authorizing The Transfer Of Gas Tax Funds To The 0104 Finance Washington State Department Of Highways For Installation Of Mercury Vapor Lights At The Intersection Of South 252nd Street And Primary State Highway No. 1

436Res. 436 PDF

12/5/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 1/3/61 For A Proposed Street Vacation (1/4 Mile North Of Bowling Alley)

437Res. 437 PDF

12/5/1960

Consenting To The Establishment Of Limited Access On A Portion Of Primary State Highway No. 5 At South 228th Street

438Res. 438 PDF

12/5/1960

Declaring Its Intention Of Improving Certain Property For Construction Of The Proposed Kentwood Hills Trunk Sewer Line - Lid 239

439Res. 439 PDF

12/5/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 1/16/61 For Proposed Improvements And Declaring Its Intention To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues By The Construction And Installation Of Curbs, Gutters, Pavement, Storm Drains, And Catch Basins (Guiberson Street - Lid 240)

440Res. 440 PDF

12/5/1960

Setting A Hearing Date On 1/16/61 And Declaring Its Intention To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues By The Construction And Installation Of Curbs, Gutters, Pavement, Storm Drains, And Catch Basin (Kenwood Avenues From Titus Street To Guiberson Street - Lid 240)

441

12/20/1960

Missing – Missing Notice Of Hearing – Kentwood Hills Sewer Lid 2398

442Res. 442 PDF

1/16/1961

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington For The Installation Of Water Lines Upon And Across Certain Highways ($3,000.00)

443Res. 443 PDF

1/16/1961

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/20/61 And Declaring Its Intention To Improve Certain Property By The Installation Of Street Lights (Lid 241)

444Res. 444 PDF

2/6/1961

Acceptance Of The Bill Of Sale For The Youth Recreation Building Tendered By The Kent Area Activities Council, As And For A Municipal Building (Transfer Of Title Or Deed)

445Res. 445 PDF

2/20/1961

Setting A Hearing Date On 3/20/61 And Declaring Its Intention To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues By Construction And Installation Of Water Mains - Lid 244 - Lake Fenwick Road

446Res. 446 PDF

2/20/1961

Acceptance Of The Bill Of Sale By Capital Construction Company, Inc. For Construction Of Certain Water Mains And Other Facilities In Connection With The Erection Of A Certain Housing Development In The Vicinity Of The City Of Kent

447

3/20/1961

Missing – Missing Railroad Merger (Tie Vote/Motion Lost)

448Res. 448 PDF

3/20/1961

Acceptance Of The Bill Of Sale By George And Alice Fugate For Transferring And Conveying All Of Their Right, Title, And Interest In Certain Water And Sewer Facilities

449Res. 449 PDF

4/3/1961

Acceptance Of Easement Executed By Upland Investment Company By Homer A. Bergen And William Montgomery For A 15 Ft. Permanent Easement Across Certain Property In King County

450Res. 450 PDF

4/3/1961

Setting A Hearing Date On 5/1/61 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of A Certain Street (State Street In Mcmillin’s Addition)

451Res. 451 PDF

5/1/1961

Requesting Grade Separations Of Various City Streets From The Washington State Department Of Highways And The U .S. Bureau Of Public Roads (Intersection Of Winner Street And The Proposed Valley Freeway)

452Res. 452 PDF

6/5/1961

Relating To Land Use And Other Advantageous Development, And Amending The Comprehensive Plan Heretofore Adopted By Resolution No. 431

453Res. 453 PDF

6/5/1961

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/19/61 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For Capital Outlay, Fire Department, Current Expense Fund, And For Legal Fees And Judgments, Current Expense Fund

454Res. 454 PDF

6/19/1961

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

455Res. 455 PDF

6/26/1961

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/17/61 And Declaring Its Intention Of Improving Certain Property With Construction Of A Sanitary Sewer Trunk Line (Reith Road And Lake Fenwick Road - Lid 243 - Kentwood Hills Sewers)

456Res. 456 PDF

8/7/1961

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of A Water Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

457Res. 457 PDF

8/7/1961

Setting A Hearing Date On 9/5/61 And Declaring Its Intention To Vacate A Portion Of A Certain Street (James Street)

458Res. 458 PDF

8/21/1961

Acceptance Of The Proposed Annexation, Initiated By Orman P. Smith, Of Certain Property And Not Requiring The Assumption Of Existing General Bonded Indebtedness Of The City

459Res. 459 PDF

10/2/1961

Authorizing The Transfer Of Gas Tax Funds To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of Mercury Vapor Lights At The Intersection Of South 252nd Street And Primary State Highway No. 1

460Res. 460 PDF

11/6/1961

Approving A Proposed Action For Annexation Of Certain Territory To The City Of Kent (Valley Vista And Suburban View 3-61)

461Res. 461 PDF

11/20/1961

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Garbage Fund To The Current Expense Fund, For Maintenance And Operation

462Res. 462 PDF

11/20/1961

Approving The Revision Of Limited Access On A Portion Of Primary State Highway No. 5, South 228th Street, To Delete The Frontage Service Roads

463Res. 463 PDF

11/20/1961

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington For The Installation Of A Sewer Line Upon And Across Certain Highways In The City Of Kent (Black Diamond Highway Above Hamilton Road Entrance)

464Res. 464 PDF

12/4/1961

Setting A Hearing Date On 1/2/62 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Portion Of A Certain Street (Mountain Avenue (27th Ave S) - Interurban Heights)

465Res. 465 PDF

12/18/1961

Authorizing A Quit Claim Deed To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For A Portion Of Land Along Primary State Highway No. 5, South 228th Street, For A Right-Of-Way

466Res. 466 PDF

1/15/1962

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/19/62 And Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues In The City By Construction And Installation Of Water Mains (Lake Fenwick Road From Reith Road - Lid 244)

467Res. 467 PDF

2/19/1962

Providing For A Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

468Res. 468 PDF

2/19/1962

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application With The United States Of America For An Advance To Aid In Defraying The Cost Of Plan Preparation For Preliminary Studies For Additions To Sanitary Sewage System And Improvement S To Sewage Disposal Facilities

469Res. 469 PDF

3/5/1962

Relating To Land Use And Other Advantageous Development, And Amending The Comprehensive Plan Heretofore Adopted By Resolution No. 431 Of Said City, As Thereafter Amended By Resolution No. 452 Of Said City

470Res. 470 PDF

3/19/1962

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of Water Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

471Res. 471 PDF

4/82/1962

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application With The On Program United States Of America For An Advance To Aid In Defraying The Cost Of Plan Preparation For Preliminary Studies For Additions To Water Supply System And Improvements To Water Transmission Facilities

472Res. 472 PDF

5/7/1962

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of Water Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

473Res. 473 PDF

5/21/1962

Relating To Land Development, And Use And Other Advantageous Amending The Comprehensive Plan Heretofore Adopted By Resolution No. 431 Of Said City, As Thereafter Amended By Resolutions No. 452 And No. 469 Of Said City (S. 212th Street To 104th Avenue Se And Se 240th Street; Winner Street To Military Road)

474Res. 474 PDF

6/4/1962

Acceptance Of The Proposed Annexation As Petitioned By Lester R. Maxfield, Arnold Evans, Thomas D. Monstad, And The First Presbyterian Church Of Kent; And Requiring The Assumption Of Existing General Bonded Indebtedness Of The City By The Area Proposed To Be Annexed

475Res. 475 PDF

7/2/1962

Setting A Public Hearing On 7/16/62 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Sewer Fund, Expense, And For The Water Fund, Capital Outlay, Of The City Of Kent

476Res. 476 PDF

8/6/1962

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

477Res. 477 PDF

9/4/1962

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of A Water Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

478Res. 478 PDF

9/4/1962

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of A Sewer Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

479Res. 479 PDF

9/17/1962

Accepting The Proposed Annexation By The Initiating Petition Of Dale W. Snow; And Requiring The Assumpt Ion Of The Existing General Bonded Indebtedness The City By The Area Proposed To Be Annexed (Roos Annexation)

480Res. 480 PDF

10/1/1962

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of A Sewer Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

481Res. 481 PDF

12/3/1962

Urging The Governor And The Highway Director To Provide For The Development Of The Naches Pass Highway And Tunnel

482Res. 482 PDF

12/17/1962

Accepting The Proposed Annexation Of Certain Property By The Initiating Petition Of Robert Hansen; And Requiring The Assumption Of Existing General Bonded Indebtedness Of The City By The Area Proposed To Be Annexed (Valley Vista - Suburban View}

483Res. 483 PDF

1/7/1963

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 1/21/63 Pertaining To The Recommendation Of The Planning Commission That Certain Textual Changes Be Made In Ordinance No. 1071 (Zoning Ordinance)

484Res. 484 PDF

1/7/1963

Recommending To The Legislature Of The State Of Washington That Legislation Be Passed In The 1963 Session To Remove The Ambiguities In The Present Laws And Decisions Of The State Of Washington, And To Clarify The Law In Regard To Permitted And/Or Licensed Use Of Punch Boards, Pin Ball Machines, And Other Trade Stimulating Devices, Under What Is Now Popularly Known As A "Tolerance Policy"

485Res. 485 PDF

1/21/1963

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

486Res. 486 PDF

2/4/1963

Adopting The Agreement For The Formation Of A Regional Planning Council

487Res. 487 PDF

3/18/1963

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

487ARes. 487 PDF

4/1/1963

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation Of A Sewer Line Upon And Across Certain Highways

488Res. 488 PDF

4/15/1963

Authorization To Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Garbage Fund To The Parking Meter Fund For Maintenance And Operation

489Res. 489 PDF

5/6/1963

Amendment Of Resolution No. 486 Pertaining To Agreement For The Formation Of A Regional Planning Council (Amendment To: Article Iii, Membership Of Commission; Term; Vacancies; Chairman And Secretary)

490Res. 490 PDF

5/20/1963

Authorizing The Collection Of Money From The Printer Of Coupons And Bonds For Water Revenue Bonds, 1963, Issue No. 1 Because Of Printing Errors

491Res. 491 PDF

5/20/1963

Initiating Proceedings To Vacate A Certain Alley West Of The United States Government Post Office Located At 216 West Gowe

492Res. 492 PDF

5/20/1963

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/1.7/63 For A Vacation Of A Certain Alley Immediately West Of The United States Government Post Office Located At 216 West Gowe

493Res. 493 PDF

6/17/1963

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installation And Extension Of Water Lines Upon And Across Certain Highways

494Res. 494 PDF

6/17/1963

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Bond To The County Of King For The Installation Of Various Water Lines Upon Various County Roads Within The General Vicinity Of The City Of Kent

495Res. 495 PDF

6/17/1963

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/15/63 For Vacation Of A Portion Of Smith Street (Formerly Shinn Street) Near The Intersect Ion Of 4th Avenue And Smith Street Located In Yesler’s First Addition

496Res. 496 PDF

7/1/1963

Authorizing Acceptance Of United States Of America Surgeon General’s Grant Offer For Sewage Treatment Plant Enlargements In The City Of Kent And Authorizing The Signature Of All Documents Necessary For The Prosecution Of Project

497Res. 497 PDF

7/15/1963

Authorization To Execute A Franchise Performance Bond To The State Of Washington Department Of Highways For The Installment And Extension Of Sewer Lines Upon And Across Certain Highways

498Res. 498 PDF

7/15/1963

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/5/63 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation, And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Payment Of The Salary Of The City Attorney Through December 31, 1963

499Res. 499 PDF

8/5/1963

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/19/63 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Payment Of The Salary And A Secretary Of The Police Judge For The Month Of January, 1963

500Res. 500 PDF

8/5/1963

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/19/63 For An Ordinance Declaring An Emergency, Making An Appropriation And Providing For The Issuance Of Warrants For The Payment Of The Salary Of A Clerk In The Utility Section Of The Kent City Water Department Through December 31, 1963

501Res. 501 PDF

9/3/1963

Authorization To Execute A Real Estate Contract To Purchase Certain Real Property From Martha Bevaart For The Municipal Purpose Of Future Expansion Of Sewage Treatment Facilities

502Res. 502 PDF

9/16/1963

Accepting An Offer From The United States Government For An Advance For Preparation Of Planning Documents Pertaining To Additions To Sanitary Sewage System And Improvements To Sewage Disposal Facilities

503Res. 503 PDF

10/21/1963

Authorizing And Ratifying The Sale Of Certain Real City Property (Excluding Fire Station Property Owned By The City Of Kent To The Kent Swim Club, Inc.; And That All Funds Received From Said Transaction shall Be Used Only For The Purchase Of Land For The Expansion Of The Parks And Recreation Facilities And Development Of The Same (2 Acres Of Scenic Hill Park)

504Res. 504 PDF

12/2/1963

Authorization For Acquisition Of Real Property From Norman And Della J. Anderson For Municipal Purpose To Build And Expand The Municipal Fire Department

504ARes. 504 PDF

11/18/1963

Approving A Set Of Plans Showing The Proposed Grade Elevations On Primary State Highway 5, South 228th Street To James Street, Prepared By The State Dept. Of Highways

505Res. 505 PDF

12/2/1963

Authorization To Acquire Through Condemnation Proceedings Certain Real Property Owned By Yasuo Narita For Municipal Purpose Of Future Expansion Of Sewage Treatment Facilities

506Res. 506 PDF

12/16/1963

Providing For A Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

507Res. 507 PDF

12/16/1963

Approving Application For Preliminary Loan For Low-Rent Public Housing

508Res. 508 PDF

1/6/1964

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money 0104 Finance From The Water Revenue Fund To The Water Construction Fund For Maintenance And Operation Of Said Fund

509Res. 509 PDF

1/20/1964

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Garbage Fund To The Parking Meter Fund To Enable The City To Take Advantage Of A Three Percent Cash Discount On The Purchase Of New Parking Meters And To Cover An Overdraw Of The Parking Meter Fund

510Res. 510 PDF

2/3/1964

Authorization To Purchase Real Property From John L. And Thelma Wingert For The Purpose Of Establishing A Municipal Park Site (Lots 1 & 2, Block 4, North Park Addition}

511Res. 511 PDF

2/17/1964

Authorization To Execute And Accept: L} The Drainage Easement From Hazel Fournier; 2} An Easement From Carroll Mortgage Co. Over Land Described For Public Sewer; 3) An Easement From Hazel Fournier For Slopes And Fills In Construction And Maintenance Of An Extension Of Hazel Avenue North Into The Plat Of Valley Crest; 4) An Easement From Hazel Fournier Over Land Described For A Public Sewer

512Res. 512 PDF

3/16/1964

Authorization To Lease From Epcon General Leasing Company Of Seattle, Washington, For 1 1/2 Years One (1) Ncr Accounting Machine With 138 Stand For Use In The Office Of The Kent City Treasurer

513Res. 513 PDF

4/6/1964

Requesting The State Department Of Commerce And Economic Development To Provide Planning Assistance And The Urban Renewal Administration To Provide Financial Assistance For A Planning Study Contributing To An Overall Program For Future Community Development, The Preservation Of Community Values, The Prevention Of Conditions Tending To Cause Urban Blight, And The Promotion Of The General Health, Safety And Welfare Of Citizens

514Res. 514 PDF

4/6/1964

Expressing Bovell For Appreciation To Councilwoman Gertrude Her Tireless, Unselfish Devotion To Her Council Duties

515Res. 515 PDF

4/6/1964

Expressing Appreciation To Matthews For His Tireless, Council Duties Councilman Robert Unselfish Devotion To His

516Res. 516 PDF

4/20/1964

Authorization To Enter Into An Agreement With King County Fire Protection District No. 37, Promising To Convey A Fire Truck

517Res. 517 PDF

5/4/1964

Repealing That Portion Of Resolution No. 503, Date 10/21/63 Which Reads As Follows: "Resolved, That Any And All Funds Realized By The City Of Kent As A Result Of Said 0118 Parks & Recreation Transaction Shall Be Used Only For The Purchase Of Land For The Expansion Of The Parks And Recreation Facilities Of The City Of Kent, And The Development Of The Same"

518Res. 518 PDF

5/18/1964

Authorization To Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Current Expense Fund To The Park Fund To Enable The City To Purchase A Piece Of Real Property For Expansion Of Park And Recreation Facilities Of The City Of Kent

519Res. 519 PDF

6/15/1964

Changing The Legal Description Of Real Property Sold To The Kent Swim Club, Inc. By Resolution No. 503

520Res. 520 PDF

6/15/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/20/64 And Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues By The Construction And Installation Of Water Mains (Preliminary Assessment Roll For Lid 246 - North End Water)

521Res. 521 PDF

6/15/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 7/6/64 And Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues In The City By Construction And Installation Of Water Mains (Preliminary Assessment Roll For Lid 245 - Horseshoe Acres)

522Res. 522 PDF

7/20/1964

Ratifying And Approving A Settlement Agreement In The City’s Condemnation Action Against Certain Leasehold Property Interests Of Bert And Shirley Wyngaarden (In King County Superior Court, Bearing Cause No. 622623

523Res. 523 PDF

7/20/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/17/64 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Portion Of Alley In Block 1; Portion Of Third Avenue Between Blocks 1 & 2; Portion Of Alley In Block 2; All Ramsey’s Addition)

524Res. 524 PDF

7/20/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/17/64 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Portion Of Alley In Block 16 Of Yesler’s Addition)

525Res. 525 PDF

7/20/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/17/64 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Weiland Street; Lot 5 & 10 Of Kennedy’s Addition)

526Res. 526 PDF

7/20/1964

Allowing The Kent Area & 10 Of Kennedy’s Addition) Recreation Council To Lease And Use Ballfield No. 1 Within The Boundaries Of Kent Memorial Park In The City Of Kent, From 10:00 A.M. To 8:00 P.M. On Saturday, Sunday And Monday, July 25th, 26th And 27th, 1964, For Presenting And Scheduling Regional Playaoffs Of The American Legion Baseball Games

527Res. 527 PDF

8/3/1964

Consenting To The Annexation To The Des Moines Sewer District Of King County, Washington, Of That Area Within The City Of Kent Included Within The Area Described In The Petition For Annexation To The Des Moines Sewer District As Described In Resolution 1964-23 Of The Des Moines Sewer District

528Res. 528 PDF

8/3/1964

Authorization To Purchase Real Property From Pasquale Picarado, Jr. (Pat Picardo, Jr.) And Hedwicka Picarado (Heddie Picardo) For A Municipal Fire Station Site

529Res. 529 PDF

8/17/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 9/8/64 And Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Improve Certain Streets And Avenues By The Construction And Installation Of Curbs, Gutters, Pavement, Sidewalks, And Drainage Facilities (Lid 247 - 4th & James Street)

530Res. 530 PDF

8/17/1964

Authorization To Purchase Real Property From Mrs .Bertha N. Alford For The Expansion Of Kent Park And Recreational Facilities

531Res. 531 PDF

9/8/1964

Authorization To Purchase Easements Across Real Property Owned By Pasquale Picarado, Jr. (Pat Picardo, Jr.) And Hedwicka Picarado (Heddie Picardo} For Ingress And Egress To And From Property Of The City Of Kent Located To The South And West Of Real Property; And As A Means Of Installing, Repairing, Maintaining And Replacing Utility Lines, Including Water And Sewer Lines, To Serve Said Property And Surrounding Property

532Res. 532 PDF

9/7/1964

Setting A Hearing Date On 10/5/64 And Declaring Its Intention Of Improving All Of The Property Within The Boundary Lines For Installation Of Trunk Storm Sewer Lines (Lid 248 - Van De Vanter Storm Sewer)

533Res. 533 PDF

10/19/1964

Unanimously Opposing The Efforts Of Federal Government Agencies In Attempting To Open Municipal Watersheds For Unrestricted Access And Recreational Development Without Regard To The Economic Requirements Of The Area And Contrary To The Recommendations Of Local Interests And Public Health Authorities

534Res. 534 PDF

11/2/1964

Approving The Purchase By Negotiation Under The Threat Of Condemnation Certain Real Property For The Purpose Of Extending Woodford Avenue

535Res. 535 PDF

1/4/1965

Authorizing Acceptance Of United States Of America Federal Grant Funds For Sewage Treatment Works For Construction Of North Kent Sewage Facilities Consisting Of Sewage Treatment Plant And Outfall And South Kent Intercepting Sewage Facilities Consisting Of Pumping Station And Force Main, And Authorizing The Signing Of All Necessary Documents In Connection With Said Grant

536Res. 536 PDF

3/1/1965

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 4/5/65 For A Proposed Vacation Of Certain Streets And Alleys (Portion Of 72nd Avenue South)

537Res. 537 PDF

4/5/1965

Amending Resolution No. 506, December 16, 1963, To Include Certain Streets Therefrom, In The City Improvement Program Herein, And Delete Certain Streets Of Kent’s •Comprehensive Street

538Res. 538 PDF

4/19/1965

Setting A Hearing Date Its Intention To Carry On 5/17/65 And Declaring Out The Plan For Making Additions To And" Betterments And Extensions Of The Existing Sewage Collection And Disposal System Of The City, As Adopted By Ordinance No. 1295; And To Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 249 (South Kent Sewers)

539Res. 539 PDF

4/19/1965

Consenting To The Plan For Additions And Betterments To The Comprehensive Plan Of The Des Moines Sewer District, As Amended, As Contemplated By Resolution 1965-4 Of The Des Moines Sewer District

540Res. 540 PDF

5/3/1965

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Mercury Vapor Street Lighting

541

5/17/1965

Federal Grant - North Sewer Authorizing Mayor To Sign Applications For Federal Grant For North Sewer (Part Of The Appeal)

542

MISSING

Missing - Missing

543Res. 543 PDF

6/21/1965

Consenting To The Annexation To The Des Moines Sewer District Of King County, Washington, Of That Area Within The City Of Kent Included Within The Area Described In The Petition For Annexation To The Des Moines Sewer District As Described In Resolution 1965-13 Of The Des Moines Sewer District

544Res. 544 PDF

7/6/1965

Expressing Appreciation To Charles "Brick" Bridges For His Tireless And Unselfish Devotion To His Duties As Fireman And Kent Fire Chief For Some Forty Years, And As Kent City Clerk And Purchasing Agent For Nearly Thirty Years

545Res. 545 PDF

7/19/1965

Authorizing The City Engineer, Glen W. Sherwood, To File An Application In The Appropriate State Office For The Purpose Of Obtaining Certain Federal Financial Assistance Under The Federal Disaster Act (Public Law 875, 81st Congress }

546Res. 546 PDF

9/7/1965

Authorizing A Contract With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Water Pumping Plants (South Sewer Project}

547Res. 547 PDF

9/20/1965

Amending Resolution No. 506, December 16, 1963, As Amended By Resolution No. 537, April 5, 1965, To Include Certain Streets Herein, In The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

548Res. 548 PDF

1/17/1966

Amending Resolution No. 506, December 16, 1963, As Amended By Resolution No. 537, April 5, 1965, And Amending Resolution No. 547, September 20, 1965, To Include Certain Streets Herein, In The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

549

1/17/1966

Water Improvement Application Through Eda (Resolution Is Missing From File But Is On Register)

550

1/17/1966

Street Improvement Application Through Eda (Resolution Is Missing From File But Is On The Register)

551Res. 551 PDF

1/17/1966

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application With The Economic Development Administration, U.S. Department Of Commerce, United. States Of America, For A Grant And/Or Loan Under The Terms Of Public Law 89-136 (Construction For Additions To The Industrial Sewage Treatment Plant)

552Res. 552 PDF

2/7/1966

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 2/28/66 For The City’s Intention To Install Sanitary Sewer Lines Together With Pumping Stations And Necessary Appurtenances In The North Section Of The City, Commonly Referred To As The "North Sewer System", And Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 250

553Res. 553 PDF

4/4/1966

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Water Revenue Fund To The Current Expense Fund For Payment Of Current Expenses Of The City Of Kent

554Res. 554 PDF

4/18/1966

Authorization To Transfer, As A Loan, Certain Money From The Garbage Fund To The 1964 Sewer Construction Fund (Martha Bevaart Real Estate Purchase)

555Res. 555 PDF

5/2/1966

Approving Des Moines Resolution 1966-12

556Res. 556 PDF

5/16/1966

Recognizing The King County Mental Health And Mental Retardation Planning Committee As The Community Agency For Planning, Development And Implementation Of Community Mental Health And Mental Retardation Programs

557Res. 557 PDF

6/6/1966

Appointing Robert E. Lee To The Position Of Kent Chief Of Police Emeritus

558Res. 558 PDF

7/5/1966

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/1/66 And The City Of Kent Declaring Its Intention To Improve South 212th Street From Russell Road To The West Valley Highway And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 251

559Res. 559 PDF

7/18/1966

Accepting The Invitation Of The City Of Kaibara- Cho Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, To Become Its Sister City

560Res. 560 PDF

7/18/1966

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Pumping Power Service Water

561Res. 561 PDF

7/18/1966

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Pumping Power Service Water

562Res. 562 PDF

11/7/1966

Requesting Review And Approval Of Planning Documents For Additions To Sanitary Sewer System Kent By The Housing And Home Finance Agency (North End Sewers - Lid 250)

563Res. 563 PDF

11/7/1966

Approving Des Moines Sewer District Resolution 1966-36

564Res. 564 PDF

12/19/1966

Authorization To Transfer Funds From The Police Department Salaries And Wages To The Police Department Material And Supplies Fund

565Res. 565 PDF

12/19/1966

Authorization To Transfer Funds From Salaries And Wages - Superintendent Of Parks To The 1967 - Maintenance And Operation -- Contractual Services – Recreation Director -- King County Fund

566Res. 566 PDF

2/20/1967

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/20/67 And The City Of Kent Declaring Its Intention To Improve South 212th Street From The West Valley Highway To The East Valley Highway; And To Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 253

567Res. 567 PDF

3/6/1967

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

568Res. 568 PDF

3/20/1967

Authorizing The Appointment Of The Following Citizens As Officers Of A Citizens Municipal Capital Expenditures And Planning Committee: John L. Fournier, Chairman; James P. Curran, Vice-Chairman; Phyllis Mauritsen Secretary

569

4/17/1967

Void

570Res. 570 PDF

5/1/1967

Requesting A Special Election On June 20, 1967 To Vote Either To Retain The Present Form Of Municipal Government Or Adopt The Council - Manager Plan Of Municipal Government

571Res. 571 PDF

5/1/1967

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/5/67 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve The North Kent Industrial Area; And To Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 252 (North Water Phase Ii)

572Res. 572 PDF

5/1/1967

Authorizing The Washington State Director Of Highways To Compile A Traffic Study To Be Known As The Green River Valley Transportation Study And Withhold Gas Tax Money To Be Used As Kent ’S Share Of The Study

573Res. 573 PDF

5/16/1967

Authorizing King County To Act As Contracting Agent With The Soil Conservation Service Of The United States In Furtherance Of The Objectives Of The Watershed Work Plans And That The King County Engineer Shall Act As Administrator Of Such Works (Amendment Of The Agreement Of The Watershed Work Plans Of The West Side And East Side Of The Green River Watershed)

574Res. 574 PDF

5/16/1967

Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract For Sewage Disposal With The Municipality Of Metropolitan Seattle (Metro)

575Res. 575 PDF

6/5/1967

Authorizing The Execution Of A First Amendment To Agreement For Sewage Disposal With The Municipality Of Metropolitan Seattle (Metro)

576Res. 576 PDF

6/5/1967

Releasing Worth And Sophia Stoneburner, Principal, And Don Bell Agency, Inc., As Surety From Any And All Liability Under That Certain Plat Bond In Connection With A Plat Named 11 Stonecrest No. 211

577Res. 577 PDF

7/17/1967

Setting A Hearing Date On 8/7/67 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve The Commercial Area West Of North Washington Avenue; And To Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 254

578Res. 578 PDF

7/17/1967

Stipulating The Agreement Of The City Council To Certain Conditions And Limitations To The Approval Of The Economic Development Administration Of The New Design Concept Of The North Kent Industrial Area Sewers And The City’s Agreement For Sewage Disposal With The Municipality Of Metropolitan Seattle, As Amended

579Res. 579 PDF

10/5/1967

Including Certain Streets Herein In The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program (Amending Resolution No. 506, As Amended By Resolution No. 537; Amending Resolution No. 547, As Amended By Resolution No. 548)

580Res. 580 PDF

10/2/1967

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From The Park Department - Capital Outlay To The "Maintenance And Operation" Fund

581Res. 581 PDF

10/16/1967

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From The Sewer Department - Capital Outlay - Sewer Repair (Smith-N.P. Crossing) To The "Sewer Department - Capital Outlay – Sewer (James Street Emergency Sewer Repair

581ARes. 581 PDF

11/20/1967

Granting Unto The State Of Washington Dept. Of Highways A "Slope And Drainage Easement" Over A Portion Of 68th Avenue S. For Improvement Of Sr L81 From Meeker Street To Tukwila

582Res. 582 PDF

10/16/1967

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From Police Department - Salaries And Wages, To The "Maintenance And Operation"

583Res. 583 PDF

10/16/1967

Establishing The City Of Kent, Washington, As A Member Of The Puget Sound Governmental Conference

584Res. 584 PDF

10/16/1967

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation, As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act And The $10,000,000.00 Outdoor Recreation Bond Issue Of 1964 (For Acquisition Of (10) Ten Acres Of Land In The Mill Creek Canyon)

585Res. 585 PDF

12/18/1967

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/5/68 And The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve South 228th From The West Valley Highway To The East Valley Highway; And To Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 255

586Res. 586 PDF

2/12/1968

Authorization To File An Application With The Department Of Housing And Urban Development For A Grant To Acquire Fee Simple Title To Certain Land Known As Mill Creek Canyon, Which Land Is To Be Held And Used For Permanent Open-Space Land For Park And Recreational Purposes

587Res. 587 PDF

3/4/1968

Proclamation Declaring May 1, 1968 As Law Day USA In The City Of Kent And Calling Upon All Citizens, Organizations, Churches, And Schools To Recognize This Special Day Through Appropriate Programs And Ceremonies

588Res. 588 PDF

3/18/1968

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From The Planning Commission - Maintenance And Operation (Planning Consultant Account And Officials Expense Account) To "Salaries And Wages (Planning Commission)’’

589Res. 589 PDF

3/18/1968

Appointing A Committee For The Purpose Of Studying And Recommending The Interpretation, Implementation, Organization And Administration Of Chapter 51, Laws Of Extraordinary Session, As Related To Providing Health Services, The Level Of Service And Method Of Financing Services 1967, Such Services

590Res. 590 PDF

4/15/1968

Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Fully Support The Riverton Site For A Proposed Stadium, And In Addition Thereto To Fully Support, As Alternate Sites, Those Recommended In The Northrup Way And South Park Areas

591Res. 591 PDF

5/20/1968

Authorizing The Transfer, As A Loan, From The Garbage Fund To The Current Expense Fund Under The Heading Of Maintenance And Operation And Under Capital Outlay For Maintenance And Equipment For The City Shops Building

592Res. 592 PDF

6/17/1968

Approving Des Moines Sewer District Resolution 1968-15 To Adopt A Plan For Additions And Betterments To The Comprehensive Plan For A System Of Sewers For The District

593Res. 593 PDF

7/1/1968

Authorization To Transfer Funds From The Sewer Department, Capital Outlay, Under The Subheading Of Sewer Repair To The Sewer Department, Capital Outlay, Subheading Of Machinery And Equipment

594Res. 594 PDF

7/1/1968

Approving And Providing For The Execution Of A Contract For Grant To Acquire And/Or Develop Land For Open-Space Purposes, No. Wash-Osa-52(G) By And Between The City Of Kent And The United States Of America

595Res. 595 PDF

8/5/1968

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 9/3/68 And The City Of Kent ’S Intention To Construct And Install A System Of Water Mains To Serve A Portion Of The East Valley Area; And To Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 256 (Water Main Along Evh From 192nd To 180th Street)

596Res. 596 PDF

8/5/1968

08/05/1968 Setting A Public Hearing Date On 9/3/68 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve South 240th Street Or James Street; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 257 (Rebuilding An Existing Two Lane Bituminous Surfaced Facility To Consist Of Four Traffic Lanes With Channelized And Signalized Intersect Ions)

597Res. 597 PDF

8/5/1968

Approving Des Moines Sewer District Resolution 1968-25 Adopting A Plan For Additions And Betterments To The Comprehensive Plan For A System Of Sewers For The District

598Res. 598 PDF

8/5/1968

Purchasing Additional Yard Containers From The Garbage Fund Which Is In Excess Of That Anticipated At The Adoption Of The 1968 Budget

599Res. 599 PDF

8/19/1968

Authorization To Transfer, As A Loan, From The Water Revenue Fund To The Park Fund In Order To Pay Park Assessment S For U.L.I.D. #1

600Res. 600 PDF

8/19/1968

Promising To Complete Phase Iii Of City Of Kent, South 212th Street, E.D.A. Project No. 07-1-00100 (Street Construction) And To Finance 100% Of Any Overrun On The Total Of Said Project Which May Occur

601Res. 601 PDF

9/3/1968

Including Certain Streets Herein In The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program; And Approving A Six-Year Arterial Street Program {A-Res. 506; A-Res.537; A-Res. 547; A-Res.548}

602Res. 602 PDF

9/3/1968

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 10/7/68 And Declaring Its Intention To Improve North 4th Avenue From Harrison Street To South 228th Street; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 258

603Res. 603 PDF

9/3/1968

Directing The City Treasurer To Pay The Semi¦ Annual Interest On G.O. City Hall Bonds Of 1968

604Res. 604 PDF

9/3/1968

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation To Acquire A Community Park At Lake Fenwick, Generally Located On The West Hill Area Of Kent, In Section 27, Township 22, Range 4 E .W.M.

605Res. 605 PDF

9/3/1968

Authorization To Transfer Funds From The Planning Commission Budget For Salaries And Wages, Legal Services M & O, And Officials Expense In M & 0 To Miscellaneous Supplies In M & 0

606Res. 606 PDF

10/7/1968

Authorization To Pay From Revenue To C.C. Donworth And Associates In Accordance With The Contract (Negotiations With Union)

607Res. 607 PDF

11/4/1968

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 12/2/68 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Adopt A Comprehensive Plan For Off-Street Parking Space And Facilities For Motor Vehicles; And Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 260

608Res. 608 PDF

11/4/1968

Authorization That The Sum Of $694.20, Received From An Insurance Settlement, Be Budgeted And Expended In The Year 1968 To Purchase A Replacement For The Motorcycle Damaged

609Res. 609 PDF

11/18/1968

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 12/16/68 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve South 212th Street Beginning At The East Valley Highway And Proceeding East To 104th Street; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 261

610Res. 610 PDF

11/18/1968

Authorizing The Expenditure Of Revenue Received In The Utility Tax In Excess Of That Anticipated For General Government - M & 0 (Professional Accounting Service And Office Expense - Administrator) And General Government - Capital Outlay (Police Department - Cars)

611Res. 611 PDF

11/18/1968

Authorization To Transfer $2500 From Capital Outlay, Sewer Repair, To M & 0 System Maintenance

612Res. 612 PDF

11/18/1968

Authorization To Expend Revenues Received In Excess Of That Anticipated In The 1968 Budget, The Sum Of $43,000 To Pay For Metro Charges

613Res. 613 PDF

12/2/1968

Authorization To Expend Revenues Received In Excess Of The Amount Anticipated In The 1968 Budget (Time And Materials Job Done By Street Department For Seattle Engineering Department By Rebuilding Frager Road) (Time And Materials Job Done By Street Department For Seattle Engineering Department By Rebuilding Frager Road)

614Res. 614 PDF

12/16/1968

Authorization To Transfer Funds In The Parks And Recreation Commission Budget For 1968 From Clearing And Grubbing, Capital Outlay To Office Equipment And Table -Capital Outlay, Machinery And Equipment, Maintenance And Operation - Contractual Service, And Maintenance And Operation - Materials And Supplies

615Res. 615 PDF

12/16/1968

Amending Section 2 Of Resolution No. 604, To Increase The Acreage To Be Acquired From 34 Acres To Approximately 46.55 Acres (Lake Fenwick Land Acquisition)

616Res. 616 PDF

1/6/1968

Authorization To File An Application With The Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) For A Grant To Acquire Fee Simple Title To Certain Land Known As Lake Fenwick Area, Which Land Is To Be Held And Used For Permanent Open-Space Land For Park And Recreational Purposes

617Res. 617 PDF

1/6/1969

Authorization That The Sum Of $490.00 Received In Excess Of That Anticipated In The 1968 Budget Be Used For The Purpose Of Purchasing 14 Alarm Units For The Police Department

618Res. 618 PDF

1/20/1969

Establishing The Policy Of The City Of Kent Regarding Sewer Hook-Ups And Extension Of Sewer Services Outside The City Limits Of The City Of Kent

619Res. 619 PDF

1/20/1969

Authorization Of An Agreement Between The City Of Kent And The Statewide City Employees Retirement System Providing For An Exchange Of Employment Between The Various Public Agencies Of The State Of Washington Without Loss Of Service Credits Earned By Such Employees In The Various Pension Or Retirement Systems (Complying With The Provisions Of Chapter 98 Of The Laws Of 1951)

620Res. 620 PDF

2/3/1969

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

621Res. 621 PDF

2/17/1969

Creating An Account Within The Sewer Department Entitled, "Engineer Services" And That Expenditures From This Account Will Be Paid From Receipts For Engineer Services Not Budgeted

622Res. 622 PDF

3/17/1969

Approving A Program Authorizing The Leasing By King County Housing Authority Of Privately Owned Dwellings For The Use Of Low Income Senior Citizens Pursuant To Section 23 Of The United States Housing Act As Amended In 1965

623Res. 623 PDF

3/17/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds Within The Parks And Recreation Commission From Tennis Court Lighting To Tennis Courts

624Res. 624 PDF

4/7/1969

Acknowledging The Exemplary Services Of Kent City Treasurer, Lawrence H. Cavanaugh And His Tireless And Unselfish Devotion To The Duties Of The Office

625Res. 625 PDF

4/7/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds For The Fire Department From Salaries Regular To Salaries Part-Time

626Res. 626 PDF

4/7/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds For The City Attorney Department From Contractual Services To Employee Benefits And Salaries, Part-Time

627Res. 627 PDF

4/7/1969

Authorizing The Budget Officer To Include In The 1969 Budget For The City Attorney’s Department - Capital Outlay, And Maintenance And Operation; Non-Departmental - Capital Outlay; And Administrator - Capital Outlay

628Res. 628 PDF

4/21/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds For The Planning Commission From Salaries, Regular To Contractual Services, Planning Consultant

629Res. 629 PDF

4/21/1969

Encouraging The Submission And Application For A Low Rent Housing Program For The Citizens Of The City Of Kent

630Res. 630 PDF

5/5/1969

Expressing Appreciation To Members Of The Kent Planning Commission, Both Past And Present, For The Many Hours Of Study And Dedication To The Project Of Preparing And Presenting The City Of Kent’s New Comprehensive Plan

631Res. 631 PDF

5/5/1969

Creating A "City Hall Construction Fund" .To Be Used In Paying Necessary Expenses In The Construction Of City Hall

632Res. 632 PDF

5/5/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds From City Hall Construction Fund To Current Expense Fund To Pay For Warrants Issued In Payment Of City Hall Construction Expense

633Res. 633 PDF

5/19/1969

Adopting The Comprehensive Plan Of The City Of Kent, Pursuant To R.C.W. 35.63.100

634Res. 634 PDF

5/19/1969

Authorizing The City Treasurer To Refund The Sum Of $300.00 For Assessment Number One And Assessment Number 562 To The Union Pacific Railroad, Under Kent Utility Local Improvement District No. 1 (Formerly Kent L.I.D. No. 250)

635Res. 635 PDF

6/2/1969

Setting City Of Kent’s Policy To Refuse To Segregate Or Transfer Any Lid Or Ulid Assessments For City Projects, Except Requests From Governmental Units, Such As The State Of Washington, King County, Or Another Municipal Corporation Of The State Of Washington

636Res. 636 PDF

6/2/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds In The Parks And Recreation Department From Equipment Rental And Recreation Programs To Salaries, •Part-Time And Overtime

637Res. 637 PDF

6/16/1969

Authorizing The City Attorney To Proceed With Acquisition Of Entire Olson Property, Parcel T-58, For The Improvement Of James Street (Condemnation Suit Pending In King County Superior Court, Cause No. 706251)

638Res. 638 PDF

6/16/1969

Authorization To Acquire From The United States Government A Portion Of Real Property For The Purpose Of Widening South 248th Street Tract A-120 (Portion) -- 0.43 Acres)

639Res. 639 PDF

6/16/1969

Resolving That The City Of Kent Will No Longer Install Tile For The Control Of The Surface Drainage For Individuals In Public Rights-Of-Way

640Res. 640 PDF

6/16/1969

Authorizing The Sum Of $36,000 For Rent And Accounting Payable To Current Expense And $19,027.14, Principal And Interest Yorkshire Sewer Warrants Be Paid From The Unbudgeted Unexpended Balance Of Said Fund

641Res. 641 PDF

6/16/1969

Authorizing That The 1969 Budget Be Amended To Include An Expense Account Of $2500 For Payment Contracted Fees Or Service Of Connected Fees Or Services

642Res. 642 PDF

6/16/1969

Authorization To File An Application With The Department Of Housing And Urban Development For A Grant To Aid In Financing The Construction Of Sewer Collection System At Horseshoe Acres

643Res. 643 PDF

7/7/1969

Declaring The City Of Kent’s Policy On The Sewer Acquisition Of Land Or Interest Therein For Sewer Construction Being Financed In Part By Moneys Granted By The Department Of Housing And Urban Development Of The United States Of America (Horseshoe Acres)

644Res. 644 PDF

7/7/1969

Authorizing The Transfer Of Funds In The Finance Department From Salaries To Office Supplies

645Res. 645 PDF

8/4/1969

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (For Acquisition Of A Community Park In Mill Creek Canyon)

646Res. 646 PDF

8/18/1969

Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Adopt The Classification Of Non-Charter Code City Under Mayor-Council Form Of Government

647Res. 647 PDF

9/15/1969

Ordering The City Clerk Not To Issue Any Further Taxi Cab For Hire Permits Without Further Review And Study By The Licensing Committee Of The Kent City Council

648Res. 648 PDF

9/15/1969

Note In Resolution File: No Action Was Taken On Resolution No. 648. The Adoption Of The Policy Manual Was Completed By Resolution No. 658 On January 5, 1970

649Res. 649 PDF

10/6/1969

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

650Res. 650 PDF

10/6/1969

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

651Res. 651 PDF

10/20/1969

Approving The Suburban Mayors Association Resolution Of 10/16/1969 And Adopting It For The City Of Kent To Join In Bringing Legal Action Against The Director Of The Seattle-King County Department Of Public Health And Any Other Appropriate Party Or Agency For Illegal Deductions In The 1968 Tax Allotments Of Monies For Alleged Services Performed By Said Department

651ARes. 651 PDF

11/3/1969

Creating A ’’Sewer Construction Fund, 1969" For The Purpose Of Financing Pertinent Sewer Construction For Which Sewer Revenue Bonds Are Issued (Mill Creek Sewer)

652Res. 652 PDF

11/3/1969

Extending Appreciation To Alex Thornton For His Exemplary Services As A Councilman From 1947 To 1958 And As Mayor From January, 1958, To December, 1969, For The City Of Kent

653Res. 653 PDF

12/1/1969

Extending Appreciation To Larry Woodworth For His Exemplary Services As A Councilman From 1958 To 1969 For The City of Kent

654Res. 654 PDF

12/1/1969

Extending Appreciation To Carl Pozzi For His Exemplary Services As A Councilman From 1955 To 1969 For The City Of Kent

655Res. 655 PDF

12/15/1969

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application To The Department Of Housing And Urban Development For A Grant To Acquire Fee Simple Title To Certain Land Known As Upper Mill Creek Canyon, Which Land Is To Be Held And Used For Permanent Open-Space For Park And Recreational Purposes

656Res. 656 PDF

12/15/1969

Repealing Resolution No. 635 Dated June 2, 1969 (Refusing To Segregate Lid Assessments Unless Requested By Government Agencies)

657Res. 657 PDF

12/15/1969

Approving The Grade Elevations Of Plans Entitled, 0171 Traffic Control "Sr 181, South 196th Street To South 178th Street" With The State Of Washington Director Of Highways Signature

658Res. 658 PDF

1/5/1970

Adopting The "City Of Kent Policy Manual" Which Shall Set Forth The City Of Kent’s Operating Policies And Procedures Surrounding The Day-To-Day Operation Of The City

659Res. 659 PDF

1/5/1970

Approving And Providing For The Execution Of A Contract To The Department Of Housing And Urban Development For A Grant To Acquire And/Or Develop Certain Land For Open-Space Purposes No. Washington Osa-64 (Lake Fenwick Park)

660Res. 660 PDF

1/19/1970

Establishing Rules Of Conduct For Council Meetings (Superseded By Resolution No. 716)

661Res. 661 PDF

2/2/1970

Authorizing Overruns Of Expenditures Submitted To The Economic Development Administration For Contract #8, Project #07-1-00099 Shall Be Paid By The City Of Kent

662Res. 662 PDF

2/2/1970

Allowing The Economic Development Administration Contract #8, Project #07-1-00099 To Be Split Into Two Sections With The Latest Starting Date For Section #2 Being September, 1972

663Res. 663 PDF

2/17/1970

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

664Res. 664 PDF

4/6/1970

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/4/70 For A Proposed Vacation Of A Certain Alley In Block 13 Of Yesler’s First Addition To Kent

665Res. 665 PDF

4/6/1970

Adopting A Schedule Of Insurance Coverage For The City Of Kent Under Aetna Policy #330580-10 000

666Res. 666 PDF

4/6/1970

Authorizing A Contract For Ten {10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping Power (Stockton Plat Lift Station)

667Res. 667 PDF

4/20/1970

Fixing The Date For A Hearing On The Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 260 (Off Street Parking)

668Res. 668 PDF

5/4/1970

Endorsing All Three Ballot Propositions Referring To Storm Sewers, Community Centers And Libraries And Law Enforcement And Public Health Facilities Which The Voters Of This Area Will Vote Upon In The May 19, 1970 Election, Commonly Referred To As The Forward Thrust Election Objecting To The Proposed Leasing Of State Lands

669Res. 669 PDF

6/1/1970

Objecting To The Proposed Leasing Of State Lands In And About Puget Sound For Commercial Oil Drilling And Exploration

670Res. 670 PDF

6/1/1970

Intention Of The City Of Kent To Issue General Obligation Bonds For The City’s Share Of James Street And Fourth Avenue Improvements And Completion Of City Hall

671Res. 671 PDF

6/10/1970

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

672Res. 672 PDF

6/1/1970

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application To The Interagency Committee For Funding Assistance In Acquiring A Neighborhood Park At Linda Heights

673Res. 673 PDF

6/15/1970

Revising And Extending The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

674Res. 674 PDF

6/15/1970

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance To Acquire Open Space Area Located Between Meeker And Gowe Street In The 300 Block

675Res. 675 PDF

7/6/1970

Authorizing The Execution Of A Grant Agreement With The Department Of Housing And Urban Development (Re : Horseshoe Acres Sewer Project)

676Res. 676 PDF

7/6/1970

Approving Des Moines Sewer District Resolution No. 1970-19 Adopting A Plan For Additions And Betterments To The Comprehensive Plan For A System Of Sewers For The District

677Res. 677 PDF

8/3/1970

Designating The Mayor As Project Administrator And Granting Authority To Sign All Proper Documents In Furtherance Of The Project Covered By The Grant Agreement With The Department Of Housing And Urban Development (See Also Resolution No. 675)

678Res. 678 PDF

8/3/1970

Setting A Hearing Date On 9/8/70 And Declaring The City Of Kent ’S Intention To Improve Certain Properties Within The City By Constructing And Installing A Sewer System And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 264 (Benaroya Sewer)

679Res. 679 PDF

9/8/1970

Designating The Mayor As Project Administrator And Granting Authority To Sign All Proper Documents In Furtherance Of The Project Covered By The Grant Offer With The U.S. Department Of The Interior, Federal Water Quality Administration (Lid No. 260)

680Res. 680 PDF

9/8/1970

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 10/19/70 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Sr 99 (Pacific Highway South) From Sr 516 (Kent-Des Moines Road) To South 252nd Street And Create Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 265

681Res. 681 PDF

9/8/1970

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 10/5/70 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By Constructing And Installing A Sewer System And A Sewer Lift Station; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 259 (Horseshoe Acres Sewer)

682Res. 682 PDF

11/16/1970

Acceptance Of An Easement And Bill Of Sale Covering The Right-Of-Way For A Pipeline Agreement With The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul And Pacific Railroad Company (Auto Marshalling Complex)

683Res. 683 PDF

11/16/1970

Endorsement Of The Traffic Safety And Education Program Recently Initiated By The Washington State Patrol, Washington State Safety Commission And The Washington Newspaper Publishers Association

684Res. 684 PDF

11/16/1970

Expressing Appreciation To Each Member Of The Kent-Meridian High School Football Team, The Royals, And Their Coaching Staff For Being The Undisputed Winners Of The North Puget Sound League; And To The Cheer Leaders, Marching Band And Student Body For Their Support Of The Team

685Res. 685 PDF

2/16/1971

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance To Develop A Community Park And Athletic Field Generally Located Near The Green River Adjacent To The City Maintenance Shops And Adjacent To Russell Road On The West And James Street Avenue On The North

686Res. 686 PDF

2/16/1971

Setting A Public Hearing On 4/5/71 For Vacation Of Certain Real Property (Block 5 In Plat Of Kenthurst Addition - Plat Vacated By Ordinance No. 1311)

687Res. 687 PDF

2/16/1971

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/15/71 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve Certain Properties Within The City By Constructing And Installing A Sewer System; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 263

688Res. 688 PDF

3/2/1971

Authorizing The City Treasurer To Act As Trustee For Receipt And Disbursement Of Funds To Member Cities Of The Valley Regional Planning Commission

689Res. 689 PDF

3/1/1971

Adopting The Official Tree Planting List Of The City Of Kent

690Res. 690 PDF

3/1/1971

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application For Funding Assistance To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation To Aid In The Development Of A Neighborhood Park Generally Located At 268th And Military Road South

691Res. 691 PDF

3/1/1971

Adopting The Topics Proposal As City Policy

692Res. 692 PDF

4/5/1971

Setting A Hearing Date On 6/7/71 For A Proposed Vacation Of Certain Real Property (Portion Of South 234th Street - August Sarin Road) (Kent Valley Industrial Park)

693Res. 693 PDF

4/5/1971

Proclaiming April, 1971, As Kent Clean-Up Month

694Res. 694 PDF

5/17/1971

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/21/71 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By Constructing And Installing A Sewer Line; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 269 (98th Avenue South Sewer Improvements)

695Res. 695 PDF

5/17/1971

Authorizing A Contract With The Municipality Of 0417 Ribco Metropolitan Seattle For Jointly Undertaking And Financing Preparation Of A Comprehensive Water Pollution Control And Abatement Plan

696Res. 696 PDF

6/7/1971

Accepting A Bill Of Sale For Sewer Lines From Cascade Sewer District

697Res. 697 PDF

6/21/1971

Amending The Comprehensive Plan Of The City Of Kent Pursuant To Rcw 35a.63.070 - .073 (Adopting The East Hill Comprehensive Plan)

698Res. 698 PDF

6/21/1971

Relative To Assurances With Respect To Compliance With The Land Acquisition Requirements Of Title Iii Of The Uniform Relocation Assistance And Real Property Acquisition Policies Act Of 1970

699Res. 699 PDF

7/6/1971

Authorizing The Expenditure Of Not To Exceed $3500 In City General Funds To Provide The Necessary Local Matching Funds For Public Transportation Planning Work

700Res. 700 PDF

7/19/1971

Revising And Extending The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

701Res. 701 PDF

7/19/1971

Declaring An Intention To Award A Contract To The Low Bidder For Construction Of A Sanitary Sewer System Under Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 259, "Horseshoe Acres" (Tri-States Construction)

702Res. 702 PDF

8/2/1971

Authorizing The Expenditure Of Funds Received From The Sale Of City Property To Be Used For The Expansion And Improvement Of The City Warehouse (Sold To Blue Banner Corporation)

703Res. 703 PDF

9/7/1971

Requesting The King County Auditor (Director Of Records And Elections) To Call A Special Election On November 2, 1971 (Re : Enlargement And Expansion Of Kent City Library)

704Res. 704 PDF

9/20/19791

Setting A Hearing Date On 10/18/71 And Declaring City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Asphaltic Concrete Surface On 84th Avenue South (East Valley Highway) ; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 270

705Res. 705 PDF

10/4/1971

Authorizing The Granting Of A Construction Easement To The State Of Washington For The Purpose Of Building And Maintaining A Rock Retaining Wall On A Strip Of Land Adjacent To Central Avenue To Be Used In Connection With The Improvement Of Willis And Central Avenues

706Res. 706 PDF

10/18/1971

Adopting Certain Changes To The Comprehensive Plan Of The City Of Kent

707Res. 707 PDF

10/18/1971

Authorizing King County To Prepare A Plan For The City’s Solid Waste Management For Inclusion In The County Comprehensive Plan

708Res. 708 PDF

11/15/1971

Setting A Hearing Date On 12/20/71 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construct Ion And Installation Of Asphaltic Concrete Surface On 84th Avenue South (Evh) ; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 272

709Res. 709 PDF

12/6/1971

Setting A Hearing Date On 1/3/72 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By Constructing And Installing Sanitary Sewer Lines Along 84th Avenue South (Evh) ; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 267

710Res. 710 PDF

12/20/1971

Authorizing And Directing The City Treasurer To Transfer $40,000 From The Garbage Fund To The Sewer Fund For The Purpose Of Paying Sewer Bond Interest And Redemption And Directing Payment Of Interest To The Garbage Fund

711Res. 711 PDF

12/20/1971

Requesting The King County Auditor (Director Of Records And Elections) To Call A Special On February 8, 1972 (Library Bond Issue)

712Res. 712 PDF

12/20/1971

Approving And Providing For The Execution Of A 0118 Parks & Recreation Contract For Grant To Acquire And Or Develop Land For Open-Space Purposes No. Wash-Osa- 96 (G) By And Between City Of Kent And The United States Of America (Dept. Of Housing And Urban Development - HUD) (Mill Creek Funding

713Res. 713 PDF

12/20/1971

Authorizing The City Engineer To Sign Application To Be Submitted To State Department Of Ecology For A Grant To Assist In The Construction Of A Sanitary Sewer System

714Res. 714 PDF

1/3/1972

Approving And Providing For The Execution Of An Amendatory Contract For Grant To Acquire And/Or Develop LandFor Open-Space Purposes No. Wash-Osa-64 (G) By And Between The City Of Kent, Washington And (Department Of Housing And Urban (Lake Fenwick Park Project) The Usa Development)

715Res. 715 PDF

1/17/1972

Setting A Hearing Date On 2/7/72 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve West Gowe Street From South 4th Avenue To South 6th Avenue From West Gowe Street To West Meeker Street By Constructing A Two Lane Street; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 262

716Res. 716 PDF

3/20/1972

Establishing Rules Of Procedure For Meetings Of The Council (Supersedes R. 660)

717Res. 717 PDF

4/3/1972

Setting A Hearing Date On 5/1/72 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Portion Of The East Hill Area Within The City In The Vicinity Of 104th Avenue Southeast And Southeast 256th Street; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 271

718Res. 718 PDF

4/3/1972

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project By The Marine Recreation Land Act And The 40,000,000 Outdoor Recreation Bond Issue Of 1968 (For Development Of A Community Recreation Area With A Multi-Purpose Water Reservoir On Five Acres Of Land Located On 218th And 98th Avenue S.E. - Garrison Creek)

718ARes. 718 PDF

4/17/1972

Adopting A “Sphere Of Interest” For The City Of Kent As The Official Policy Of The City

719Res. 719 PDF

4/17/1972

Transferring Monies In The Library Cumulative Reserve Fund To The Library Construction Fund, 1972

720Res. 720 PDF

5/1/1975

Making Outdoor Fires For The Disposal Of Waste Material Within The City Unlawful Unless There No Alternative Method Of Disposal Available

721Res. 721 PDF

6/5/1972

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute Requisitions For Payment On The Horseshoe Acres Sewer Project To The Dept. Of Housing And Urban Development Project Ws-Wash-84

722Res. 722 PDF

6/5/1972

Authorizing And Directing The City Engineer To Request The King County Council To Amend King County Resolution No. 34569 To Add Certain Street Projects Of The City Of Kent To The List Of Street Projects Previously Approved For Forward Thrust Funding By Said King County Resolution No. 34569

723Res. 723 PDF

6/5/1972

Authorizing The Filing Of An Application With The Economic Development Administration, .U.S. Dept. Of Commerce, USA, For A Grant And/Or Loan Under The Terms Of Public Law 89-136 As Amended To Aid In Financing The Construction Of South 228th Street Sanitary Sewer, Water Main And Minimal Street Improvement Of 88th Avenue South (Lid 273)

724Res. 724 PDF

6/5/1972

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 7/3/72 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Portion Of The City In The Vicinity Of South 228th Street East Of Central Avenue By The Installation Of Sanitary Sewers And Water Mains; And Creating Local Improvement District No. 273.

725Res. 725 PDF

6/5/1972

Authorizing The State Of Washington Director Of Highways To Withhold From The City Of Kent’s Monthly Gas Tax Allotments From June - November, 1972, The Sum Of $33,468.00 In Connection With The Federal Highway Administration T 0 P I C S Program

726Res. 726 PDF

6/19/1972

Revising And Extending The City Of Kent’s Comprehensive Street Improvement Program

727Res. 727 PDF

7/17/1972

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 9/18/72 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Asphaltic Concrete Surface On South Central From Willis Street To Green River; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 274

728Res. 728 PDF

7/17/1972

Supporting The Principles Of The "Metro Transit Transit Plan" And Urging Its Implementation At The Earliest Possible Date

729Res. 729 PDF

7/17/1972

Urging Conferees Of The United States Congress To Proceed With All Due Speed To Produce Suitable Compromise Water Pollution Control Legislation For Enactment Before This, The Second Session Of The 92nd Congress, Is Adjourned

730Res. 730 PDF

8/7/1972

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute And File An Application With The Economic Assistance Authority, Washington State Department Of Commerce, For A Grant And/Or Loan To Aid In Financing The Construction Of Sanitary Sewers From 218th To 212th Street East On East Valley Highway In The City Of Kent, And Further Authorizing And Directing The City Engineer To Furnish Such Information As The Economic Assistance Authority May Reasonably Request In Connection With The Application (Lid 267)

731Res. 731 PDF

9/5/1972

Adopting The Summary Statement Affirmative Action Program As An Official Policy Of The City Of Kent

732Res. 732 PDF

9/5/1972

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute And File An Application With The Economic Assistance Authority State Department Of Commerce, For A Grant And/Or Loan To Aid In Financing The Construction Of Sanitary Sewers Along South 203rd Street In The City Of Kent, And Further Authorizing And Directing The City Engineer To Furnish Such Information As The Economic Assistance Authority May Reasonably Request In Connection With The Application

733Res. 733 PDF

9/18/1972

Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Sign, On Behalf Of The City, An Agreement Between The State Of Washington, Economic Assistance Authority And The City Of Kent, Washington For Aid In Financing The Cost Of Public Facilities Consisting Of Sanitary Sewer, Water Main And Street Extension In The Vicinity Of South 228th Street And Central Avenue In The City Of Kent (Lid 273)

734Res. 734 PDF

9/18/1972

Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Sign, On Behalf Of The City, An Agreement Between The State Of Washington, Economic Assistance Authority And The City Of Kent, Washington, For Aid In Financing The Cost Of Public Facilities Consisting Of Sanitary Sewer Between South 212th And South 218th Streets Along 84th Avenue South In The City Of Kent (Lid 267)

735Res. 735 PDF

10/16/1972

Adopting As City Policy The Plans, Procedures, And Objectives Of Comprehensive Water Report Of March 27, 1972

736Res. 736 PDF

10/16/1972

Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Sign, On Behalf Of The City, An Agreement Between The State Of Washington, Economic Assistance Authority And The City Of Kent, Washington, For Aid In Financing The Cost Of Public Facilities Consisting Of Sanitary Sewer, Vicinity Of South 203rd Street And East Valley Highway

737Res. 737 PDF

11/6/1972

Relating To Support Of The Efforts Of The King County Housing Authority And The National Association Of Housing And Redevelopment Officials In Their Suit Against The United States Of America (Re : Congressionally - Appropriated Subsidy Funds Under The Brooke Amendment To The Housing Authority Act Of 1937)

738Res. 738 PDF

11/20/1972

To Petition The Washington Utilities And Transportation Commission For Review And Reduction Of Train Speeds In The City Of Kent

739Res. 739 PDF

2/5/1973

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/19/73 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of A Sanitary Sewer And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 275

740Res. 740 PDF

3/5/1973

Appointing The City’s Voting Delegate And Alternate Delegate To The Puget Sound Governmental Conference And Establishing Procedures For The Annual Appointment Of Said Delegates (Appointing Mayor Hogan As Delegate And Joe Street As Alternate)

741Res. 741 PDF

4/2/1973

Authorizing The Mayor To Sign An Escrow Agreement Relating To $1,000,000 U.S. Treasury Obligations, Pledged To Advance Refunding Of Water Revenue Bonds, 1970, Of The City Of Kent

742Res. 742 PDF

4/2/1973

To Petition The Washington State Legislature To Endorse Full Funding Of The M E T R 0 Transit System

743Res. 743 PDF

4/16/1973

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

744Res. 744 PDF

5/7/1973

Authorizing The City Treasurer To Borrow From The Current Expense Fund To Pay Interest On Library General Obligation Bonds And From The City Hall Construction Fund To Pay Principal And Interest On General Obligation Bonds

745Res. 745 PDF

5/7/1973

Expressing Its Support Of The Nasa Space Shuttle Program

746Res. 746 PDF

6/18/1973

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 7/16/73 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve An Area Outside The City In The Vicinity Of S.E. 256th And 116th S.E. By The Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 276 (Sunset Manor Plat)

747Res. 747 PDF

6/18/1973

Authorizing A Contract For Ten (10) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Municipal Water Pumping

748Res. 748 PDF

6/18/1973

Adopting The 1974 Through 1979 Revision To The City Of Kent’s Six Year Comprehensive Street And Arterial Street Program

749Res. 749 PDF

9/4/1973

Urging The Congress To Amend The 1972 Water Quality Act To Permit The Administrator Of EPA To Modify The Requirement Of Secondary Treatment For Any Publicly-Owned Treatment Works Discharging Through Deep Water Outfalls Into The Pacific Ocean And The Contiguous Territorial Seas Upon Application And Proof Satisfactory To The Administrator That Alternative Treatment Processes Would Produce An Equal Or Better Environmental Effect On The Receiving Waters For A Lesser Expenditure Of Public Resources (Supporting Metro’s Proposal )

750Res. 750 PDF

10/1/1973

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 11/5/73 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Portion Of Washington Street On The Supplemental Plat Of Meeker’s First Addition - South Line Of 238th Street)

751Res. 751 PDF

11/19/1973

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 12/17/73 For A Proposed Street Vacation (Harrison And O’Brien Streets)

752Res. 752 PDF

12/3/1973

Authorizing The Mayor To Accept On Behalf Of The City Grant Offers From Environmental Protection Agency, For Financing The Construction Of Certain Sewer Improvements In The City Of Kent

753Res. 753 PDF

12/17/1973

Establishing Grade Elevations On SR 516, A Public Highway In The City Of Kent (Kent-Kangley Road)

754Res. 754 PDF

1/7/1974

Expressing Appreciation To Bill Elliott For His Sincere And Dedicated Efforts As A City Councilman

755Res. 755 PDF

1/7/1974

Expressing Appreciation To Alex Thornton For Agreeing To Return To Public Service And For His Efforts As Interim Councilman From October 2, 1972 To December 3, 1973

756Res. 756 PDF

1/7/1974

Expressing Appreciation To Charles G. Martell For His Efforts As A City Councilman

757Res. 757 PDF

2/4/1974

Regarding Application To The United States Dept. Of Housing And Urban Development For Participation In National Flood Insurance Program

758Res. 758 PDF

3/4/1974

Setting A Public Hearing On 4/1/74 Regarding A Petition To Vacate A Portion Of North Second Avenue, A Dedicated Street In The City Of Kent (KVIP Plat)

759Res. 759 PDF

3/18/1974

Approving The Washington State Director Of 0171 Traffic Control Highways Proposed Grade Elevations On Sr-516, Reith Road To Junction Sr-181 (Kent-Des Moines Road)

760Res. 760 PDF

4/1/1974

Providing For Review By The Building Official Of The City Of Kent Of All Building Permits To Assure Compliance With The Requirements Of The National Flood Insurance Program Relative To Flood Hazards And Flood Damage

761Res. 761 PDF

4/1/1974

Providing For Review By The Building Official Of The City Of Kent Of All Building, Grading And Excavation And Fill Permits To Assure Compliance With The Requirements Of The National Flood Insurance Program Relative To Mud Slide Hazards

762Res. 762 PDF

4/15/1974

Directing The Kent Planning Commission To Hold Public Hearings On Possible Amendment To The Kent Zoning Code To Prohibit MHP Combining Districts In R-1 Residential District Zones, And Declaring A Moratorium On Residential Rezones Until Completion Of The Public Hearings And Final Action By The Kent City Council

763Res. 763 PDF

5/6/1974

Setting A Public Hearing On 6/3/74 Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Cemetery Road, A Dedicated Street In The City Of Kent

764Res. 764 PDF

5/20/1974

Amending The Comprehensive Plan Of The City Of Kent, Adopting The Kent Central Business District Plan, Pursuant To RCW 35a.63.070-073

765Res. 765 PDF

6/17/1974

Adopting The 1975 Through 1980 Revision To The City Of Kent’s Six Year Comprehensive Street Program

766Res. 766 PDF

6/17/1974

Adopting The 1975 Through 1980 Revision To The City Of Kent’s Six Year Comprehensive Arterial Street Program

767Res. 767 PDF

7/1/1974

Expressing Appreciation To Kenny Evenson For Completion Of More Than Twenty-Six (26) Years Of Service A City Employee

768Res. 768 PDF

7/15/1974

Regarding The Annexation To The City Of An Area Generally Known As "Westview"

769Res. 769 PDF

8/5/1974

Regarding Furnishing Of Utilities Services Outside The Corporate Limits Of The City (Repealed By Resolution No. 822)

770Res. 770 PDF

8/5/1974

Designating The Mayor As The Person Authorized To Execute, File All Documents, And Make All The Necessary Certifications Relative To Applications For Reimbursement Portions Of Costs Of Waste Treatment Works Previously Constructed (Prior To 1973)

771Res. 771 PDF

8/19/1974

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 9/16/74 Regarding A Petition To Vacate The Kent Estates Plat In The City Of Kent

772Res. 772 PDF

10/7/1974

Regarding An Application Signalize, Illuminate, Channelize And Relocate Driveway And Utilities At The Intersection Of Southeast 256th And 101st Avenue Southeast (Kent-Kangley(Ring)Road }

773Res. 773 PDF

11/4/1974

Directing The City Treasurer To Make Segregations Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 273

774Res. 774 PDF

11/18/1974

Segregation Of Assessments •- Ulid #1 Directing City Treasurer To Make Segregations Of Assessments Under Ulid #1, Lid 246, 252, 255, And 258.

775Res. 775 PDF

11/18/1974

Directing The City Treasurer To Make Segregations Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Utility Local Improvement District No. 1 And Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 264 (Benaroya Sewer)

776Res. 776 PDF

1/6/1975

Authorization To File An Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation To Acquire 35 Acres Of Land For A Community Park Located In The Central Part Of The City Bordering The South Bank Of Green River, North Of West Meeker And West Of Russell Road (35 Acre Benaroya Tract}

777Res. 777 PDF

1/20/1975

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/3/75 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 277

778Res. 778 PDF

1/20/1975

Approving And Prioritizing Plans And Programs For Expenditure Of Funds For Which The City •May Be Eligible (Based Upon Population) Under The Community Development Of 1974

779Res. 779 PDF

1/20/1975

Approving And Prioritizing Plans And Programs For Expenditure Of Funds For Which The City May Be Eligible (Based Upon Population) Under The Community Development Of 1974

780Res. 780 PDF

2/3/1975

Supporting Cascade Sewer District ’S Application For Grants To Plan, Design And Construct Springbrook Sewer Trunk

781Res. 781 PDF

2/3/1975

Authorizing Execution Of An Agreement With The City Of Bothell, The City Of Kirkland, The City Of Redmond, The City Of Renton, The City Of Issaquah, The City Of Bellevue, And The City Of Tukwila To Apply For Grant Funds For Provision Of Public Defender Services

782Res. 782 PDF

2/18/1975

Directing The City Treasurer To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessment Levied Under Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 253 (S. 212th Street Phase Ii)

783Res. 783 PDF

2/18/1975

Setting A Public Hearing Date On March 17, 1975 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers In The Wigton Addition; And Creating Local Improvement District (Lid) No. 278

784Res. 784 PDF

3/17/1975

Indicating The City Of Kent’s Desire To Proceed With The Eastside Green River Water Shed Work Plan Agreement

785Res. 785 PDF

3/17/1975

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 4/21/75 Regarding A Petition To Vacate A Portion Of South 208th Street, A Dedicated Street In The City Of Kent

786Res. 786 PDF

4/7/1975

Directing The City Treasurer To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Local Improvement Districts No. 253, 267, 272, And Ulid No. 1 (Lid)

787Res. 787 PDF

4/21/1975

Directing The City Treasurer To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Local Improvement Districts No. 261, And No. 272, And Ulid No. 1

787ARes. 787 PDF

5/19/1975

Directing The City Treasurer To Make Segregation Of A Certain Assessment Levied Under Ulid No. 1

788Res. 788 PDF

6/16/1975

Adopting The 1976 Through 1981 Revision To The City Of Kent ’S Six-Year Comprehensive Street Program And Six-Year Arterial Street Construction Program

789Res. 789 PDF

7/7/1975

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/4/75 Regarding A Petition To Vacate A Dedicated Alley In The City Of Kent (Block 3, Guiberson’s Addition - James Gooding Request)

790Res. 790 PDF

7/21/1975

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Ulid No. 1 And Lid No. 255 (S. 228th Street Improvement S)

791Res. 791 PDF

8/4/1975

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/18/75 On The Proposed Sale Of Certain Property In The City For The Purpose Of Erecting A Sewer Pump Station As Part Of The Utilities System, Declaring The Property Surplus, Establishing A Price And Terms Of Sale Thereof

792Res. 792 PDF

8/18/1975

Directing The Supervisor Of The Treasury Acctg To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Ulid No. 1 And Lid No. 252 (North Water Phase Ii)

793Res. 793 PDF

10/20/1975

Authorizing And Directing The City Engineer To Request The King County Council To Amend King County Resolution No. 34569 To Add Certain Street Projects Of The City Of Kent To The List Of Street Projects Previously Approved For Forward Thrust Funding By Said King County Resolution No. 34569

794Res. 794 PDF

11/17/1975

Authorizing A Contract For Five (5) Years With Puget Sound Power And Light Company For Mercury Vapor Lighting

795Res. 795 PDF

12/1/1975

Establishing Priorities For Programs Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974 (Population And Needs Monies)

796Res. 796 PDF

2/2/1976

Designating The Mayor Of The City Of Kent As Its Local Agent For The Purpose Of Obtaining Federal Financial Assistance Under The Disaster Relief Act And/Or The President’ S Disaster Relief Fund

797Res. 797 PDF

2/2/1976

Cancelling Certain Checks Issued By The City Of Kent And Not Presented For Payment Within One Year

798Res. 798 PDF

3/15/1976

Approving Application For Referendum 29 Funds And Appointing The Mayor Of The City Of Kent As The Contact Person For Referendum 29 Purposes (Application To State Of Washington Department Of Social And Health Services For Referendum 29 Funding In The Amount Of 448,500.00 For Construction Of A Multi-Purpose Center

799Res. 799 PDF

4/5/1976

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of A Certain Assessment Levied Under Ulid No. 1

800Res. 800 PDF

4/5/1976

Amending The Comprehensive Plan As It Relates To The Proposed Route Of 72nd Avenue South Between South 212th And South 228th Streets

801Res. 801 PDF

4/19/1976

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of A Certain Assessment Levied Under Lid 262 (Gowe Street Improvements)

802Res. 802 PDF

5/17/1976

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Ulid No. 1 And Lid No. 264

803Res. 803 PDF

5/17/1976

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of Certain Assessments Levied Under Ulid No. 1 And Lid 255

804Res. 804 PDF

5/17/1976

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/21/76 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Installation Of Underground Electrical Service; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (Lid 279)

805Res. 805 PDF

5/17/1976

Amending The City’s Forward Thrust Arterial Street Plan, Adding South 180th Street From East Valley Highway To West Valley Highway And West Smith Street From Central Avenue To Fourth Avenue North, Repealing Resolution No. 793, And Requesting King County To Amend Its Resolution No. 34569 To Show Said City Of Kent Additions

806Res. 806 PDF

6/21/1976

Adopting The 1977 Through 1982 Revision To The City Of Kent’s Six-Year Arterial Street Construction Program

807Res. 807 PDF

6/21/1976

Approving The Sale Of Property Owned By The City At Icy Creek And Authorizing The Mayor To Sign Necessary Transfer Documents

808Res. 808 PDF

6/21/1976

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 7/19/76 Regarding The Vacation Of Certain Streets Or Portions Thereof In Green Valley Heights #6, A Platted Area Of The City Of Kent

809Res. 809 PDF

7/19/1976

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of A Certain Assessment Levied Under Ulid #1

810Res. 810 PDF

7/19/1976

Establishing Revisions In The 1975 And 1976 Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program And Community Development Act Of 1974 And Guidelines Under The Housing Adopting Program

811Res. 811 PDF

9/20/1976

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 10/18/76 Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To And Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (Lid 280) (Hughes-Ulleland Sanitary Sewer)

812Res. 812 PDF

9/20/1976

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 10/18/76 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof The City Of Kent (West Willis Street) (Harry Williams Request - Valley Publishing Co.)

813Res. 813 PDF

11/1/1976

Approving A Joint Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan And Authorizing An Interlocal Agreement With King County

814Res. 814 PDF

11/1/1976

Adopting The 1977 Housing Assistance Plan Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974

815Res. 815 PDF

11/15/1976

Adopting The 1977 Plan For The City Of Kent Housing And Community Development Program Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974

816Res. 816 PDF

12/20/1976

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 1/17/77 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Asphaltic Concrete Surface On 104th Avenue Se; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (Lid 281)

817Res. 817 PDF

1/3/1977

Regarding Adopting A New Comprehensive Plan

818Res. 818 PDF

1/3/1977

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 2/7/77 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (A Portion Of South Central Place - Aka 84th Place S. And Kent-Thomas Road)

819Res. 819 PDF

2/7/1977

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of A Certain Assessment Levied Under Lid No. 256 (East Valley Water Main)

820Res. 820 PDF

2/22/1977

Adopting The 1977-1982 Six-Year Capital Improvement Program For The Kent Department Of Parks And Recreation

821Res. 821 PDF

2/22/1977

Authorizing The Mayor To Make Application For Funding Assistance To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation To Develop A Community Park And Athletic Field Generally Located Near The Green River Adjacent To The City Maintenance Shops And Adjacent To Russell Road On The West And James Street Avenue On The North

822Res. 822 PDF

3/7/1977

Establishing The Policies Of The City For The Furnishing Of Utilities Services Outside The City Limits Of The City Of Kent And Repealing Resolution No. 769 (See Resolution No. 1036)

823Res. 823 PDF

3/21/1977

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 4/18/77 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (Lid 282 - K Mart Sewers)

824Res. 824 PDF

4/4/1977

Accepting The Terms Of An Agreement Among Union Pacific Land Resources Corporation, Puget Sound Power And Light Company, And The City Of Kent, Assigning An Easement To The City Of Kent For Maintenance And Operation Of A Storm Sewer System As A Public Facility

825Res. 825 PDF

4/18/1977

Authorizing Participation In An Interlocal Agreement Establishing The Restructured Puget Sound Council Of Governments

826Res. 826 PDF

5/2/1977

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Ulid No. 1 (Assessment No. 416 - Dale A. Hagen)

827Res. 827 PDF

6/20/1977

Adopting The 1978 Through 1983 Revision Of The City Of Kent’s Six Year Comprehensive Street Program And Arterial Street Construction Program

828Res. 828 PDF

6/20/1977

Establishing Revisions In The 1976 Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974 And Adopting Program Guidelines

829Res. 829 PDF

8/15/1977

Adopting The Three Year Strategy Plan For The City Of Kent Housing And Community Development Program

830Res. 830 PDF

9/19/1977

Cancelling Certain Checks Issued By The City Of Kent And Not Presented For Payment Within One Year (Langley Associates - Springbrook Property)

831Res. 831 PDF

10/3/1977

Opposing Initiative 348 And Urging Citizens To Vote No On Initiative 348 On November 8, 1977 (Repealing The Variable Gas Tax And Groups Formed To Oppose 0104 Finance The Measure)

832Res. 832 PDF

12/5/1977

Adopting The 1978 Community Development Program And Housing Assistance Plan Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974

833Res. 833 PDF

12/5/1977

Cancelling Certain Checks Issued By The City Of Kent And Not Presented For Payment Within One Year

834Res. 834 PDF

12/5/1977

Granting To Valley Cablevision, Inc ., A Washington Corporation, Permission To Assign The Franchise Held Corporation To Operate A Catv System To Northwest By Said Cablevision, Inc., A Wholly-Owned Subsidiary Of Teleprompter Corporation, A New York Corporation

835Res. 835 PDF

12/19/1977

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 1/16/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (Portion Of S. 238th Street)

836Res. 836 PDF

12/19/1977

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 1/16/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof (Portion Of S. 210th Street)

837Res. 837 PDF

12/19/1977

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 1/16/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Alley Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (Block 5, Clark’s Second Addition - Between Smith And Temperance) (Alley Vacation)

838Res. 838 PDF

1/3/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 2/6/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof (Portion Of Burke Avenue)

839Res. 839 PDF

2/21/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/20/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Alley Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (Block 5, Clark’s Second Addition - Between Smith And Temperance ) (Alley Vacation)

840Res. 840 PDF

4/3/1978

Amending The City’s 1978-1983 Revision Of The City Of Kent’s Six Year Comprehensive Street Program And Arterial Street Construction Program

841Res. 841 PDF

4/17/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/5/78 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Water Mains; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 286) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

842Res. 842 PDF

5/1/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/5/78 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Asphaltic Concrete Surface On 72nd Avenue South, 70th Avenue South, South 216th Street And South 220th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 283) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

843Res. 843 PDF

5/15/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/19/78 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of (94th Pl. S. Sewers) The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 287) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (94th Place South Sewers)

844Res. 844 PDF

6/5/1978

Adopting The City Of Kent’s 208 Area-Wide Water Quality Plan

845Res. 845 PDF

6/19/1978

Adopting The Formal Statement 1979 Through 1984 Revision Of The City Of Kent’s Six Year Comprehensive Street Program And Arterial Street Construction Program

846Res. 846 PDF

7/5/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/21/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (South 206th Street - Penton, Inc.)

847Res. 847 PDF

7/5/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/21/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (South 192nd Street - Uplands)

848Res. 848 PDF

7/17/1978

Regarding Amendment Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan

849Res. 849 PDF

8/21/1978

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid No. 260 (Bisyak Segregation Request)

850Res. 850 PDF

8/21/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 9/18/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Se 260th Street In The City Of Kent

851Res. 851 PDF

11/6/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 12/4/78 Regarding Vacation Of A Certain Street Or Portion Thereof In The City Of Kent (Railroad Lane

852Res. 852 PDF

11/20/1978

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 12/18/78 Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Improvement Of 108th Avenue Se By Construction Of Asphaltic Pavement; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid No . 290) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (108th Avenue Se Street Improvements)

853Res. 853 PDF

12/4/1978

Amending The Kent Sphere Of Interest

854Res. 854 PDF

12/18/1978

Establishing And Reaffirming The Policies Of The City Regarding Water Service From Transmission Lines And Establishing Time Schedules For Discontinuing Such Service

855Res. 855 PDF

12/18/1978

Directing The City Administrator To Appoint A Safety Committee

856Res. 856 PDF

12/18/1978

Authorizing The Mayor To Sign Various Agreement S Relative To The Upgrading And Improvement Of Railroad Crossings Within The City Of Kent (Milwaukee Rr - Smith, James, S. 228th St., And S. 212th)

857Res. 857 PDF

1/15/1979

Requesting The Washington State Department Of Transportation To Conduct A Regional Traffic Study

858Res. 858 PDF

2/5/1979

Authorizing The Mayor To Sign Various Agreements Relative To The Upgrading And Improvement Of Railroad Crossings Within The City Of Kent (Burlington-Northern---S. 228th, S. 212th And 84th Ave Spur)

859Res. 859 PDF

2/20/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 4/2/79 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 285) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (West Hill Island Sewer Phase I)

860Res. 860 PDF

2/20/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 3/19/79 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Improvement Of 84th Avenue South By The Construction Of Asphalt Pavement; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 288) To Assess A Portion Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (East Valley Improvements - S. 212th To S. 192nd)

861Res. 861 PDF

2/20/1979

Setting A Public ·Hearing Date On 3/19/79 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 293) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (East Valley Highway Sewer And Water Improvement )

862Res. 862 PDF

2/20/1979

Expressing The City Of Kent’s Approval Of The Kent Valley Festival To Be Sponsored By St. Anthony’s Catholic Church June 8, 9, And 10, 1979

863Res. 863 PDF

3/5/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 4/2/79 Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Se 260th Street In The City Of Kent

864Res. 864 PDF

3/19/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/7/79 Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of 76th Avenue South And South 194th Streets In The City Of Kent

865Res. 865 PDF

3/19/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/7/79 Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Cedar Street In The City Of Kent

866Res. 866 PDF

4/16/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 5/21/79 Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of An Alley In Clark’s Second Addition To The City Of Kent

867Res. 867 PDF

5/7/1979

Setting A Public Hearing On 6/4/79 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Improvement Of 104th Avenue Se And Se 240th Street By The Construction Of Streets With Asphalt Pavement; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 292)

868Res. 868 PDF

5/7/1979

Adopting The Policies Of The King Subregional Plan Of The Puget Sound Council Of Governments

869Res. 869 PDF

5/7/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 6/4/79 Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Saar Street In The City Of Kent

870Res. 870 PDF

5/21/1979

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Ulid #1

871Res. 871 PDF

5/21/1979

Authorizing Applications To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation For Funding Assistance To Develop A Community Park In The Valley Floor Near The Green River, Adjacent To The City Maintenance Shops And Bordered On The West By Russell Road And On The North By, James Street (Russell Road Park Phase Iii)

872Res. 872 PDF

7/2/1979

Expressing The City Of Kent’s Opposition To Closure Of South 208th Street Burlington-Northern Railroad Grade Crossing

873Res. 873 PDF

7/2/1979

Regarding A Plan Commonly Called The "Valley Floor Plan", An Amendment To The City’s Comprehensive Plan

874Res. 874 PDF

7/2/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/6/79 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Improvement Of Guiberson Street By The Construction Of Asphalt Pavement; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 294) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

875Res. 875 PDF

7/2/1979

Setting A Public Hearing Date On 8/6/79 And Declaring The City Of Kent’s Intention To Improve A Part Of King" County By The Installation Of A Sanitary Sewer; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 295) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (104th Ave Se Sewers)

876Res. 876 PDF

7/16/1979

Adopting The 1980 Through 1985 Revision Of The City Of Kent’s Six Year Transportation Improvement Program

877Res. 877 PDF

9/4/1979

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid 282

878Res. 878 PDF

11/5/1979

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Installation Of 8 Inch And 10 Inch Sanitary Sewers, 10 Inch And 12 Inch Water Mains, And 12 Inch, 15 Inch And 24 Inch Storm Drainage On 72nd Avenue South From South 180th Street To South 184th Street And On South 182nd Street From 72nd Avenue South To West Valley Highway; And To Create A Local Improvement District {Lid 296) To Assess The Costs And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

879Res. 879 PDF

11/19/1979

Adopting As City Policy The Plans, Procedures, And Objectives Of Water Systems Plan Of October 10, 1979

880Res. 880 PDF

11/19/1979

Temporarily Reducing The Speed Limit On 84th Avenue South From South 212th To South 192nd Streets From 40 Miles Per Hour To 25 Miles Per Hour

881Res. 881 PDF

12/3/1979

Regarding A Plan Commonly Called The "East Hill Plan", An Amendment To The City’s Comprehensive Plan

882Res. 882 PDF

12/17/1979

Authorizing The Mayor Of Kent To Enter Into Agreements With The U.S. Soil Conservation Service And Other Local Sponsors Related To Drainage And Flood Control Improvements In The Green River Valley

883Res. 883 PDF

1/21/1980

Relating To King County Forward Thrust Park Funds

884Res. 884 PDF

2/4/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Installation Of 8 Inch Sanitary Sewers On Easements And On Helen Street And Sam Street From West Valley Highway To A Point 520 Feet East Of West Valley Highway; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 299) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

885Res. 885 PDF

2/4/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Widening And/Or Reconstruct Ion Of Kent-Kangley Road (Sr 516) With Asphalt Pavement, Channelization, Concrete Curb And Gutter, Concrete Sidewalks, Storm Drainage, Underground Power, Street Lighting And Fire Signal Rebuild; Together With Rebuilding Of The Existing Sanitary Sewer; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 289) To Assess A Portion Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

886Res. 886 PDF

2/4/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of King County By The Widening And/Or Reconstruction Of The Southerly One-Half Of Kent-Kangley Road (Sr 516); And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 298) To Assess A Portion Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

887Res. 887 PDF

2/4/1980

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of South 238th Street (Norman Anderson Request )

888Res. 888 PDF

2/4/1980

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid 282

889Res. 889 PDF

2/19/1980

Adopting The 1980 Community Development Program Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974

890Res. 890 PDF

4/7/1980

Allowing The Limited Outdoor Burning Of Certain Waste Material And Rescinding Resolution No. 720 (Rescinded By Resolution No. 1113 - 10/6/86)

891Res. 891 PDF

4/21/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Approve A Part Of King County By The Construction And Installation Of 10 Inch Water Mains Together With Necessary Appurtenances Thereto On 79th Avenue South And On South 266th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 302) To Assess A Portion Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

892Res. 892 PDF

5/5/1980

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Helen Street, A Public Street In The City Of Kent (Lamar Strain Request)

893Res. 893 PDF

5/19/1980

Regarding Vacation Of Kent Estates, A Plat In The City Of Kent

894Res. 894 PDF

6/16/1980

Extending To Bill Carey Thanks And Appreciation For His Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During His Term Of Office As A Kent City Councilperson

895Res. 895 PDF

6/16/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Widening And/Or Construction And Reconstruction Of South 252nd Street With Asphalt Pavement, Concrete Curb And Gutter, Concrete Sidewalks, Storm Drainage And Retention, Underground Power, Street Lighting And Retaining Walls; Together With The Reconstruction Of South 248th Street Together With Sewer Construction Of South 252nd And Water Main Construction Throughout The Project; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 301)

896Res. 896 PDF

6/16/1980

Relating To Appeal Procedures Before The City ·Council (From Hearing Examiner Decisions)

897Res. 897 PDF

6/16/1980

Regarding The Annexation Of Certain Property In King County Into The City Of Kent For Municipal (East Hill Well Property)

898Res. 898 PDF

7/7/1980

Adopting The 1981 Through 1986 Revision Of The City Of Kent’s Six Year Transportation Improvement Program

899Res. 899 PDF

7/7/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of King County By The Construction And Installation Of 6 Inch And 8 Inch Water Mains Together With Necessary Appurtenances Thereto On Se 270th Street, On 120th Avenue Se, And On Se 268th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 303) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby.

900Res. 900 PDF

7/7/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Widening And Reconstructing Of South 196th Street From West Valley Highway To Russell Road No. 8; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 291) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

901Res. 901 PDF

7/7/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Reconstruction Of Smith Street From 4th Avenue To Lincoln Avenue; And To Create A Local Improvement ’District (Lid 304)

902Res. 902 PDF

7/7/1980

Regarding Vacation Of Strain’s First Addition, A Plat In The City Of Kent

903Res. 903 PDF

7/21/1980

Endorsing The Concept Of Setback Levees, Including Specific Setback Sites And Multi-Purpose Public Benefits The Levee Project For Future Levee Feasibility Studies By The Corps Of Engineers In The City Of Kent

904Res. 904 PDF

8/4/1980

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Widening, Construction Or Reconstruct Ion Of Crow Road, Se 260th Street And 101st Avenue Se From Kent-Kangley Road To 104th Avenue Se; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 300) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

905Res. 905 PDF

8/4/1980

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of A Street Area Of A Public Street In Southcenter Corporate Park In The City Of Kent

906Res. 906 PDF

8/4/1980

Regarding The Vacation Of Two Cul-De-Sacs In Southcenter Corporate Park

907Res. 907 PDF

9/2/1980

Relating To Revision Of The City’s Shoreline Management Act Master Program

908Res. 908 PDF

9/15/1980

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid 286

909Res. 909 PDF

10/20/1980

Regarding The Endorsement Of A Sales Tax Increase For Public Transportation

910Res. 910 PDF

12/1/1980

Relating To Repair, Construction And Reconstruction Of Sidewalks And Related Matters And The Obligation Of Abutting Owners

911Res. 911 PDF

12/1/1980

Setting Guidelines For The Construction Of Sidewalks And The Financial Obligation Thereto

912Res. 912 PDF

1/19/1981

Transferring The Remaining Funds In The 1978 Pedestrian Walkways Project Phase Iii Into The 1980 Kent Downtown Core Improvements Project And Thereby Amending The Kent 1980 Community Development Program Under The Housing And Community Development Ac Of 1974

913Res. 913 PDF

1/19/1981

Prohibiting Filing Of Applications. For Rezones, Conditional Use Permits And Annexations In That Part Of The City Commonly Known As The East Hill Area Pending Public Hearings On The Possibility Of Declaring A Freeze On Such Applications Until Completion Of The Revised East Hill Plan Portion Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan (East Hill Moratorium)

914Res. 914 PDF

2/2/1981

Adopting The "Groundwater Development Standards" As An Addendum To The City Of Kent’s Water System Plan

915Res. 915 PDF

2/2/1981

Adopting As City Policy The Plans, Procedures And Objectives Of Comprehensive Sewerage Plan Of 1980 (Amended By R. 1010)

916Res. 916 PDF

2/2/1981

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Construction And Installation Of Sanitary Sewers On 113th Avenue Se; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 305) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Property Specially Benefitted Thereby

917Res. 917 PDF

2/17/1981

Adopting The 1981 Community Development Program Under The Housing and Community Development Act Of 1974

918Res. 918 PDF

3/2/1981

Granting Municipal Approval To The Merger Of Teleprompter Corporation And A Subsidiary Of Westinghouse Electric Corporation

919Res. 919 PDF

3/20/1981

Regarding Vacation Of The Rosauer Short Plat, A Short Plat In The City Of Kent

920Res. 920 PDF

3/2/1981

Regarding The Adopt Ion Of Surface Water Management For A Portion Of The City Of Kent

921Res. 921 PDF

3/2/1981

Regarding The Adopt Ion Of Transportation Study Within A Portion Of The City Of Kent

922Res. 922 PDF

3/2/1981

Regarding The Adopt Ion Of "Unique And Fragile" Area Policies And Locations Within A Portion Of The City Of Kent

923Res. 923 PDF

3/2/1981

Regarding The Designation Of Russell Road And Frager Road At Scenic And Recreation Drives

924Res. 924 PDF

3/2/1981

Regarding Amendments To A Plan Commonly Called The "Valley Floor Plan" Which In Turn Is An Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan

925Res. 925 PDF

3/2/1981

Endorsing The King County Subregional Plan

926Res. 926 PDF

3/16/1981

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Ulid No. 1

927Res. 927 PDF

4/6/1981

Declaring Its Intention To Improve A Part Of The City By The Widening And Improving Of South 180th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 307) To Assess A Portion Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against Property Specially Benefitted Thereby

928Res. 928 PDF

5/4/1981

Regarding Vacation Of An Alley In The Kent Addition To The City Of Kent

929Res. 929 PDF

6/15/1981

Adopting Kent ’S Element Of The 1982-84 King County Plan For Community Development Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974

930Res. 930 PDF

6/15/1981

Support Authorizing And Directing The Mayor To Submit A Proposal Through King County To The U .S. Environmental Protection Agency For Funding Of The Implementation Phase Of A Solid Waste Source Separation Pilot Program And Authorizing The Mayor To Execute Necessary Interlocal Agreements

931Res. 931 PDF

7/20/1981

Adopting The 1982 Through 1987 Revision Of The City Of Kent ’S Six Year Transportation Improvement Program

932Res. 932 PDF

7/20/1981

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of A Public Street In The City Of Kent (A Portion Of lst Avenue Se In Massey Short Plat. Request Of B & R Development)

932ARes. 932 PDF

9/8/1981

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (East Hill Community Park)

933Res. 933 PDF

9/8/1981

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid 288

934Res. 934 PDF

9/21/1981

Adopting Eligibility Requirements Pertaining To The Life Line Sewerage Rates

935Res. 935 PDF

9/21/1981

Revoking The Business License Of The Roadside Inn Tavern

936Res. 936 PDF

10/5/1981

The City Of Kent Hereby Certifies In Accordance With Section 5 Of Chapter 276, Laws Of 1981, That It Will Fully Comply With All Mandatory Custodial Care Standards In The Jail Facility Which Has Been Provided By State Funding At Such Time That Facility Opens To House Prisoners

937Res. 937 PDF

10/5/1981

Relating To Surface Water Drainage And Intent To Create A Storm Drainage Utility

938Res. 938 PDF

11/2/1981

Adopting The 1982 Community Development Program Under The Housing And Community Development Act Of 1974

939Res. 939 PDF

11/2/1981

Relating To Community Development And Adopting Goals, Policies And Policy Statements Relative To Development Criteria

940Res. 940 PDF

11/16/1981

Reaffirming South 272nd And South 277th Streets Between Interstate Highway 5 And The Green River As Logical Boundary Between The Cities Of Auburn And Kent, And Opposing City Of Auburn’s Annexation Proposal

941Res. 941 PDF

11/30/1981

Authorizing Acquisition Of Certain Real Property Within The City Of Kent And Authorizing Execution Of Appropriate Documents Relative To Said Acquisition (Purchase Of Approximately 9 Acres Adjacent To Kent Meridian High School Campus From Norman Heutmaker)

942Res. 942 PDF

12/7/1981

Adopting As City Policy, Procedures For Project Control And Review

943Res. 943 PDF

12/22/1981

Extending To Irv Hamilton Their Thanks And Appreciation For His Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During His Term Of Office As Kent City Councilmember

944Res. 944 PDF

12/21/1981

Extending To Len Mccaughan Their Appreciation For His Sincere And Behalf During His Term Of Office Thanks And Dedicated Efforts On Their As Kent City Councilmember

945Res. 945 PDF

12/21/1981

Extending To Jeanne Masters Their Thanks And Appreciation For Her Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During Her Term Of Office As Kent City Councilmember

946Res. 946 PDF

12/21/1981

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid 288

947Res. 947 PDF

12/21/1981

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Make Segregation Of An Assessment Levied Under Lid 293

948Res. 948 PDF

1/4/1982

Revoking The Business License Of Debt Enterprises, Inc. D/B/A Vip Health Spa

949Res. 949 PDF

2/1/1982

Authorizing Sale Of Certain Easements Within The City Of Kent And Authorizing Execution Of Appropriate Documents Relative To Said Sale (East Hill Park Site)

950Res. 950 PDF

2/16/1982

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of An Alley In Washington Central Improvement Company’s First Addition To The City Of Kent

951Res. 951 PDF

2/16/1982

Declaring Its Intention To Construct And Install Certain Street, Water And Sanitary Sewer Improvement S On Se 260th Street From 104th Avenue Se To 108th Avenue Se Within The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District {Lid 308) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Property Specially Benefitted Thereby

952Res. 952 PDF

2/16/1982

Relating To Community Development And Adopting Water Policy Statements

953Res. 953 PDF

2/16/1982

Cancelling Certain Checks Issued By The City Of 0104 Finance Kent And Not Presented For Payment Within One Year

954Res. 954 PDF

3/1/1982

Requesting That The Executive Board Of The Municipal Finance Officers Association Of The United States And Canada Select The City Of Seattle As The Site For The 1989 Annual MFOA Conference

955Res. 955 PDF

3/1/1982

Directing The City’s Staff To Investigate And Study Existing Comprehensive Plan Land Use Designations And Current Zoning For Lands Lying On The Valley Floor South And West Of The Green River Within And Adjacent To Kent And Directing The Staff To Present Proposals For Possible Land Use Changes In These Areas To Some Type Of Agricultural Use

956Res. 956 PDF

3/1/1982

Authorizing Acquisition Of Certain Real Property Within The City Of Kent And Authorizing Execution Of Appropriate Documents Relative To Said Acquisition (East Hill Park Site - Gibson Property)

957Res. 957 PDF

3/1/1982

Relating To Rejection Of The Bids Received On February 12, 1982 For The Vertical Turbine, Pump, Meter And Control Valves For The Seven Oaks Plat Well (Soos Creek)

958Res. 958 PDF

3/15/1982

Declaring Its Intention To Make Certain Water Main Improvements On The Kent-Kangley Road, 104th And 106th Avenues And 264th Street Within The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 309) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Property Specially Benefitted Thereby

959Res. 959 PDF

4/5/1982

Declaring Its Intention To Change The Scope And Cost Of The Improvement S In Local Improvement District No. 301 By Widening And/Or Construction And Reconstruction Of South 252nd Street; The Widening Of Kent-Kangley Road To Include Two Lanes; Underground Power And Street Lighting; Sewer Construction On A Portion Of That Segment Of South 252nd; And Water Main Construction Throughout The Project; And To Amend Ordinance No. 2244 Creating Local Improvement District No. 301 To Assess A Portion Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

960Res. 960 PDF

4/5/1982

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of 36th Avenue South, A Public Street In The City Of Kent

961Res. 961 PDF

4/5/1982

Approving The Regional Water Association Of South King County Agreement For Inter-Governmental Cooperation Concerning Water Resources

962Res. 962 PDF

4/5/1982

Adopting The Revised 1982 Housing And Community Development Program Under The Housing And Community Development Act of 1974

963Res. 963 PDF

4/5/1982

Prohibiting The Issuance Of Building Permits, Filing For Rezones, Conditional Use Permits Or Annexations In The Area Of The City Lying South Of The Green River, Southerly To S. 277th Street And Between The Green River And The Beginning Of The West Hill Slope, Until A Public Hearing Is Held To Determine If The Prohibition Shall Be Extended To A Time Certain So That The City’s Staff Can Complete A Study Of Surface Water, Transportation And Other Impacts In The Designated Area

964Res. 964 PDF

4/19/1982

In Support Of The Movement To Halt The Nuclear Arms Race

965Res. 965 PDF

4/19/1982

Granting Approval Of An Internal Corporate Reorganization Involving Teleprompter Corporation And Its Wholly Owned Subsidiaries (Northwest Cablevision, Inc.)

966Res. 966 PDF

6/21/1982

Approving The Issuance Of Revenue Bonds Of The Industrial Development Corporation Of The Port Of Seattle Pursuant To Resolution Authorizing The Same

967Res. 967 PDF

7/6/1982

Relating To Community Development And Directing Staff Action In The Event Of Water Shortages

968Res. 968 PDF

7/19/1982

Adopting The 1983 Through 1988 Revision Of The City Of Kent’s Six Year Transportation Improvement Program

969Res. 969 PDF

8/16/1982

Amending A Plan Commonly Called The "East Hill Plan" Which Is An Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan (Rescinded 9/7/82; Replaced By Resolution No. 972)

970Res. 970 PDF

8/16/1982

Regarding Adoption Of A Water Quality Management Program

971Res. 971 PDF

9/7/1982

In Support Of Senate Joint Resolution No. 143 (Community Redevelopment Financing)

972Res. 972 PDF

9/7/1982

Amending A Plan Commonly Called The "East Hill Plan" Which Is An Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan (Amended By Ordinance No. 2903)

973Res. 973 PDF

10/4/1982

Authorizing The !11ayor To Execute An Easement Deed From Union Pacific Land Resources Corporation (Lid No. 306)

974Res. 974 PDF

10/4/1982

Declaring Its Intention - To Order The Improvement Of 72nd Avenue South And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 310) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

975Res. 975 PDF

10/4/1982

Authorizing Deferred Payment In Lieu Of Assessment

976Res. 976 PDF

10/18/1982

Adopting A Comprehensive Kent Parks And Recreation Plan 1982, For The Kent Park Planning Area, And Policy Relating Thereto; Providing For Future Amendment S To The Plan And Providing For Filing Of A Copy Of The Plan With The Kent City Clerk

977Res. 977 PDF

10/18/1982

Approving An Uplands (Milwaukee) Playfield Master Plan; Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act

978Res. 978 PDF

10/18/1982

Approving A Reith Road Pit Site Park Master Plan; Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act

979Res. 979 PDF

10/18/1982

Declaring Its Intention To Make Certain Sanitary Sewer Improvements On S. 180th Street Within The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 311) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Property Specially Benefitted Thereby

980Res. 980 PDF

11/1/1982

Adopting Eligibility Requirements Pertaining To The Lifeline Utility Rates And Superseding Resolution No. 934

981Res. 981 PDF

11/1/1982

Supporting A Planning Program Commonly Called The "Downtown Kent Business Improvements Program"

982Res. 982 PDF

11/15/1982

Cancelling Certain Checks Issued By The City Of Kent And Not Presented For Payment Within One Year

983Res. 983 PDF

12/20/1982

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Cedar Street In The Northwest Quarter Of Section 19, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, W.M., In King County, Washington, Lying South Of S.G. Mickelson’s Sunnyside Addition As Recorded In Volume 45 Of Plats, On Page 23, And Lying North Of Block 3 Of Sunnyside Addition To Kent As Recorded In Volume 18 Of Plats, On Page 66, And Lying East Of The Northerly Extension Of The West Line Of Lot 6 Of Said Block 3, And Lying West Of That Portion Of Said Cedar Street Which Was Vacated By Ordinance 1364; Setting A Public Hearing For January 17,1983

984Res. 984 PDF

12/20/1982

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of South 202nd Street In The Northeast One Quarter Of The Southwest One Quarter Of Section 1, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. , And More Particularly Described As That Portion Of South 202nd Street, (60 Feet Wide) , Formerly Nelson Avenue In King County, Washington, Lying Westerly Of The Puget Sound Electric Railroad Right-Of-Way (100 Feet Wide) And Easterly Of A Line Which Is Parallel To And 30 Feet Easterly Of The Westerly Line Of Said Northeast One Quarter Of The Southwest One Quarter Of Section 1, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M., As Said Street And Avenue Is Shown On The Plat Of O’Brien Station Garden Tracts No. 2 As Recorded In Volume 15 Of Plats On Page 66 King County Records; And Setting A Public Hearing For January 17, 1983 Recognizing The Kent Police Explorers Post No. 298

985Res. 985 PDF

12/20/1982

Recognizing The Kent Police Explorers Post No. 298 As An Organization Volunteering Assistance To The Kent Police Department

986Res. 986 PDF

12/20/1982

Regarding The Petition For Vacation Of A Portion Of S.E. 260th Street Lying Between Lot 6 And 7 In The Plat Of Parson’s Addition To The City Of Kent As Recorded In Volume 58 Of Plats, Page 22, Records Of King County; Setting A Public Hearing For January 17, 1983 (Contemporary Structures Application)

987Res. 987 PDF

2/7/1983

Adopting A Consultant Selection Process For Professional, Architectural, Engineering And Surveying Services

988Res. 988 PDF

2/22/1983

Approving The Issuance Of Revenue Bonds Of The Industrial Development Corporation Of The Port Of Seattle, Washington, Pursuant To RCW 39.84.060

989Res. 989 PDF

3/21/1983

Concerning The Procedure For City Council Review Of Recommendations Of The Planning Commission For Comprehensive Plan The Kent

990Res. 990 PDF

3/21/1983

Relating To King County Forward Thrust Park Funds (Lower Green River Trail)

991Res. 991 PDF

4/4/1983

Authorizing Acquisition Of Certain Real Property Within The City Of Kent And Authorizing Execution Of Appropriate Documents Relative To Said Acquisition (Myrtle E. Lechance Property – Mill Creek Canyon)

992Res. 992 PDF

4/18/1983

Relating To Property Acquisition For Municipal And Utility Purposes

993Res. 993 PDF

5/2/1983

Relating To Local Improvement District And Utility Local Improvement District Financial Assistance

994Res. 994 PDF

5/16/1983

Conditionally Endorsing The 1982 King County Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan

995Res. 995 PDF

5/16/1983

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (Mill Creek Canyon Park)

996Res. 996 PDF

6/6/1983

Approving The Issuance Of Revenue Bonds Of The Industrial Development Corporation Of The Port Of Seattle, Washington, Pursuant To RCW 39.84.060

997Res. 997 PDF

7/5/1983

Authorizing The Cornucopia Days Committee To Use Those Streets, Properties And Equipment In Conjunction With Cornucopia Days Scheduled From July 1lth Through July 17th, 1983

998Res. 998 PDF

7/5/1983

Declaring Department Of Public Works (Utility) Property Located In Kent At 520 Grierson To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Continued Public Utility Services; And Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To The RCW 35.94.040

999Res. 999 PDF

8/1/1983

Adopting The Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1984 To 1989 (Superseded By Resolution No. 1017)

1000Res. 1000 PDF

8/1/1983

Declaring Its Intention To Order Street, Water Main And Sanitary Sewer Improvements To Meeker Street From The West Valley Highway To Green River And To Create A Local •Improvement District (Lid 297) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1001Res. 1001 PDF

8/1/1983

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Woodland Way From Reiten Road To Walnut Street And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 312) To Assess A Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement S Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1002Res. 1002 PDF

9/6/1983

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of The Central Business District Of The City And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 313) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1003Res. 1003 PDF

10/3/1983

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of Water Mains On 104th Avenue S.E. , S.E. 272nd Street And S.E. 270th Place Within The City And To Create A Local Improvement District {Lid 314) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement S Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1004Res. 1004 PDF

10/17/1983

Declaring Its Recognition Of And Support Of The Concept And Process Of City Design

1005Res. 1005 PDF

12/19/1983

Extending To Billie Johnson Their Thanks And Appreciation For Her Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During Her Term Of Office As Kent City Councilmember

1006Res. 1006 PDF

12/19/1983

Amending The Kent Sphere Of Interest {R. 718a; Amending R.853}

1007Res. 1007 PDF

1/16/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement 0763 Lid 315 Street/Utility Improvement Of S. 259th Street And 74th Avenue South; And To Create ’A Local Improvement District (Lid 315) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1008Res. 1008 PDF

1/16/1984

Setting A Special Public Hearing For Consideration Of The West Hill Portion Of The Comprehensive Plan

1009Res. 1009 PDF

2/21/1984

Amending The Sewer Franchise Boundary To Include A Parcel Of Property In The Vicinity Of 104th Avenue Southeast And Southeast 224th Street

1010Res. 1010 PDF

3/8/1984

Amending The Sanitary Sewer Comprehensive Plan To Rage Plan Include A Parcel Of Property In The Vicinity Of 104th Avenue Southeast And Southeast 224th Street (Amending R. 915)

1011Res. 1011 PDF

4/16/1984

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of An Alley Connecting State And Kennebeck Streets, Between Smith And Ward Streets, More Particularly Described As The East 96.00 Feet Of The West 171.00 Feet Of Alley In Block 14 WCIC’s First Addition To The City Of Kent; Setting A Public Hearing For May 21, 1984 (Valley Medical Center Application)

1012Res. 1012 PDF

4/16/1984

Supporting And Encouraging The Efforts Of The Green River Murders Task Force And Pledging A Reward Of $5,000 For Information Resulting In The Arrest And Prosecution Of The Person Or Persons Responsible For The Green River Murders

1013Res. 1013 PDF

4/16/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of An Area Lying Both Within And Outside The City By The Installation Of Watermains And Related Appurtenances; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 316) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1014Res. 1014 PDF

5/7/1984

Adopting The City Of Kent Comprehensive Transportation Plan {Amendep8y R. 1032}

1015Res. 1015 PDF

5/7/1984

Concerning Council Procedures, Superseding Resolution No. 716 {Superseded By Resolution No. 1094}

1016Res. 1016 PDF

5/21/1984

Adopting A Plan Commonly Called The "West Hill Plan" As An Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan

1017Res. 1017 PDF

5/21/1984

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1984 To 1989; Superseding Resolution No. 999

1018Res. 1018 PDF

5/21/1984

Relating To The New City Jail And Intent To Comply With State Standards

1019Res. 1019 PDF

5/21/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of 45th Place South North Of S. 254th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 317) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1020Res. 1020 PDF

6/4/1984

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1985 To 1990

1021Res. 1021 PDF

6/18/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Construct And Install Certain Street, Water And Sanitary Improvements On North Central Avenue From James Street To S. 228th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 318)

1022Res. 1022 PDF

6/18/19874

Approving The Proposal Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities - To Be Located In The City Of Kent

1023Res. 1023 PDF

7/2/1984

Concerning Annual Review Of City Regulatory Processes; Providing For A Public Hearing And Notice Thereof

1024Res. 1024 PDF

7/16/1984

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (Van Doren’s Landing)

1025Res. 1025 PDF

8/6/1984

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Both Place South And Setting A Public Hearing For September 4, 1984 (Kent Highlands Gravel Pit)

1026Res. 1026 PDF

8/6/1984

Amending The City’s Comprehensive Plan By Adding A "Farmlands Preservation" Element And Revising The Comprehensive Plan Map To Indicate An "Agricultural" Designation On Certain Lands

1027Res. 1027 PDF

8/20/1984

Concerning The City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan; Directing The Planning Commission To Study Commercial Zoning In The General Vicinity Of The Intersect Ion Of 104th Avenue S.E. And S.E. 240th Street And To Make Recommendations For Comprehensive Plan And Implementing Zoning Amendments

1028Res. 1028 PDF

8/20/1984

Appeal Of Fred Meyer, Ltd. From The Decision Of The Hearing Examiner In Rz-83-3 (Fred Meyer Rezone)

1029Res. 1029 PDF

10/1/1984

Relating To The Green River Basin Program, Eastside Watershed Project, And The Soil Conservation Service; Creating A Citizen Advisory Board

1030Res. 1030 PDF

10/15/1984

Relating To Procedures For The Disposal Of Surplus Property

1031Res. 1031 PDF

10/15/1984

Relating To Traffic And Pedestrian Safety; Directing The Installation Of A Flashing Warning Light At The Crosswalk On Kent-Kangley Road At 111th Avenue Se

1032Res. 1032 PDF

11/5/1984

Amending The City Of Kent Comprehensive Transportation Plan, Resolution No. 1014, To Include A Third East/West Study Corridor Between S.E. 208th Street And S.E. 240th Street In The Arterial Plan

1033Res. 1033 PDF

11/5/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Add Five Parcels Of Land To Local Improvement District No. 309, And Fixing The Date, Time And Place For A Public Hearing On The Proposed Addition And On The Final Assessment Roll Of Local Improvement District No. 309

1034Res. 1034 PDF

11/19/1984

Relating To Roads And Transportation, And The County General Tax Levy For The County Road Fund; Requesting That King County Cease Diversion Of Monies From The County Road Fund

1035Res. 1035 PDF

11/19/1984

Relating To Subdivisions Of Land; Affirming The Decision Of The Short Plat Committee To Approve, With Conditions, The Okimoto Short Plat, Sp-84-8

1036Res. 1036 PDF

11/19/1984

Eliminating The Two Hundred Fifty Dollar ($250) Fee And Related Policy Concerning Outside City Water Service

1037Res. 1037 PDF

11/19/1984

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

1038Res. 1038 PDF

12/3/1984

Extending To Nadine Burke Their Thanks And Appreciation For Her Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During Her Term Of Office As The Kent Hearing Examiner

1039Res. 1039 PDF

12/3/1984

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of An Alley Between South Bridges Street And South Central Avenue And South Of Willis Street, And Setting A Public Hearing For January 7, 1985

1040Res. 1040 PDF

12/3/1984

Amending The City’s Comprehensive Plan, East Hill Plan Component, By Redesignating Certain Areas Community Commercial And Office, Amending The Transportation Element Of The East Hill Plan, Deleting Policy 8 Of The Public Facilities Element Of The East Hill Plan, And Directing Planning Commission To Conduct Further Studies Relative Commercial Designations Within The East Hill Plan (Amended By Ordinance No. 2903)

1041Res. 1041 PDF

12/17/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Install Certain Sanitary And Side Sewer Improvements And Related Appurtenances On 38th Avenue S. From S. 253rd Street To S. 251st Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 319) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1042Res. 1042 PDF

12/17/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Amend Ordinance No. 2292 To Add Three Parcels Of Land To Local Improvement District No. 307, And Fixing The Date, Time And Place For Public Hearing On The Proposed Addition And On The Final Assessment Roll Of Local Improvement District No. 307

1043Res. 1043 PDF

12/17/1984

Approving The Proposal Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities To Be Located In The City Of Kent

1044Res. 1044 PDF

12/17/1984

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation For $9,500,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1984-13 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of Such Development Revenue Bonds To Provide Funds To Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Grocers, Inc., And Related Matters Industrial Finance Associated

1045Res. 1045 PDF

12/28/1984

Approving The Issuance Of An Industrial Development Bond By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation For $1,200,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1984-14 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of A Bond To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For H & H Company, In The City Of Kent, Washington, And Related Matters

1046Res. 1046 PDF

1/21/1985

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 283

1047Res. 1047 PDF

1/21/1985

Establishing Target Issues For 1985 And 1986

1048Res. 1048 PDF

1/21/1985

Relating To Agricultural Land Policy And Endorsing The Opinion Of Its City Attorney With Regard To Compensation For Rezoning Actions Of The City

1049Res. 1049 PDF

2/19/1985

Relating To Parks And Public Facilities; Establishing Policy And Procedure For The Naming Of City Parks And Public Facilities

1050Res. 1050 PDF

3/4/1985

Naming The Japanese Garden Park At Meeker Street And First Avenue, Kaibara Park, In Continuing Recognition Of The City Of Kent’s Sister City

1051Res. 1051 PDF

4/1/1985

Amending The Kent Comprehensive Plan/East Hill Subarea Plan, Designating Approximately Eight Acres Of Property Generally Located At 23431 - 112th Avenue S.E ., Commonly Known As The Leblanc Gardens, From Single Family Designation (Four To Six Units Per Acre) To Multifamily (Seven To Twelve Units Per Acre) (Leblanc Gardens Comprehensive Plan Amendment )

1052Res. 1052 PDF

4/15/1985

Supporting The Activities Of The Business Computer Instruction And Retraining College (BCIR) In Kent

1053Res. 1053 PDF

4/15/1985

Approving Execution And Delivery By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation Of The Supplemental Indenture Of Trust Dated As Of March 1, 1985

1054Res. 1054 PDF

4/15/1985

Supporting The Kent School District And Its Students And Teachers In Their Efforts To Gain Further Assistance From The Legislature Of The State Of Washington In The Advancement Of Educational Opportunities For Kent Residents, And Residents Throughout The State

1055Res. 1055 PDF

4/22/1985

Approving The Proposal Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities To Be Located In The City Of Kent

1056Res. 1056 PDF

4/22/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation For $2,300,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-21 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of The Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Northwest Aluminum Products, Inc. , In The City of Kent and Related Matters

1057Res. 1057 PDF

4/29/1985

Approving The Proposal Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities To Be Located In The City Of Kent

1058Res. 1058 PDF

4/29/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $3,750,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-22 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of Such Industrial Development Revenue Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Cascade Development Company

1059Res. 1059 PDF

5/6/1985

Approving The Proposal Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities To Be Located In The City (Brotherton-Pleas Application)

1060Res. 1060 PDF

5/6/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $1,000,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-23 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of The Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Brotherton-Pleas

1061Res. 1061 PDF

5/6/1985

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 300

1062Res. 1062 PDF

5/20/1985

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of 74th Avenue South In The Area Of Willis Street And S. 259th Street In The Southwest Quarter Of Section 24 And The Northwest Quarter Of Section 25 In Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. ; For Purposes Of Realignment Of Said 74th Avenue South; And Setting A Public Hearing For June 17, 1985 (Request Of Foster Industrial Park)

1063Res. 1063 PDF

6/3/1985

Relating To Public Works; Establishing Procedures For Filing Claims Against Retainage Percentage

1064Res. 1064 PDF

6/17/1985

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1986 To 1991

1065Res. 1065 PDF

6/17/1985

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of An Alley Between Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, And Lots 16,17,18,19,20,21,22, In Block 19, Washington Central Improvement Company’s First Addition To Kent, Between Smith And Mcmillan Streets And State And Kennebeck Avenues; Setting A Public Hearing For July 15, 1985

1066Res. 1066 PDF

7/15/1985

Adopting The Capital Improvement Program 1986-1990

1067Res. 1067 PDF

8/5/1985

Designating The Daily News Journal As The Official Newspaper Of The City Of Kent

1068Res. 1068 PDF

9/3/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $2,300,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-27 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of The Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Northwest Aluminum Products, Inc.

1069Res. 1069 PDF

9/9/1985

Approving The Issuance Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation Of Its Nonrecourse Revenue Bond (Elder Equipment, Inc. Project), In The Aggregate Amount Of $1,300,000, And Approving The Resolution Of Said Development Corporation Authorizing Said Bond, Including The Loan Agreement

1070Res. 1070 PDF

9/16/1985

Relating To The Midway Landfill; Requesting That The City Of Seattle Proceed With Accelerated Testing And Environmental Review And Implementation Of Closure Plans With Respect To The Midway Landfill

1071Res. 1071 PDF

10/21/1985

In Support Of Ballot Issue HJR 23 Enabling Local Government To Finance Public Improvements Through The Use Of Community Redevelopment Financing

1072Res. 1072 PDF

10/21/1985

In Support Of The King County Emergency Services Levy

1073Res. 1073 PDF

10/21/1985

Opposing Federal Tax Reform Proposals That Would Eliminate Certain Tax Exempt Financing And Impose Additional Requirements On Other Municipal Tax Exempt Financing

1074Res. 1074 PDF

11/4/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Nonrecourse Industrial Development Refunding Revenue Bonds Of The Industrial Development Corporation Of The Port Of Seattle, Washington Pursuant To RCW 39.84.060

1075Res. 1075 PDF

11/18/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Nonrecourse Industrial Development Refunding Revenue Bonds Of The Industrial Development Corporation Of The Port Of Seattle, Washington Pursuant To RCW 39 .84.060

1076Res. 1076 PDF

11/18/1985

Approving The Issuance Of An Industrial Development Revenue Bond By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $1,250,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-35 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of Such Bond To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Raymond P. Landry And Zoanne M. Landry, Husband And Wife

1077Res. 1077 PDF

11/18/1985

Relating To Social Services; Expressing Intent To Support The South King County Activities Center (SKCAC) Contingent Upon Corresponding Support From Neighboring Jurisdictions

1078Res. 1078 PDF

11/18/1985

Relating To The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation; Appointing Walt Ramsey To Fill The Unexpired Term Of Mike Miller

1079Res. 1079 PDF

12/2/1985

Approving The Issuance Of An Industrial Development Revenue Bond By The City Of Kent Economic , Development Corporation (EDC) For $1,910,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-37 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of A Bond To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Colonial Cedar Company

1080Res. 1080 PDF

12/2/1985

Approving The Issuance Of An Industrial Development Bond By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $4,500,000, And Approving Resolution 1985-38 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Holman Distribution Center Of Washington, Inc ., Holman Distribution Center Of Oregon, Inc. And Hawthorne Investment Company

1081Res. 1081 PDF

12/2/1985

Approving The Issuance Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) Of Its Pollution Control Revenue Bonds, 1985 Series (Reynolds Metals Company Finance Project), In The Aggregate Amount Of $750,000, And Approving The Resolution Of Said Development Corporation Authorizing Said Bonds, Including The Loan Agreement

1082Res. 1082 PDF

12/16/1985

Extending To Margaret Drotz Their Thanks And Appreciation For Her Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During Her Term Of Office As The. Kent City Treasurer

1083Res. 1083 PDF

12/16/1985

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $2,000,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1985-40 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of The Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For TJ Cycles Ltd

1084Res. 1084 PDF

12/16/1985

Approving The Issuance Of An Industrial Development Revenue Bond By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation (EDC) For $1,400;000, And. Approving Resolution No. 1985-41 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of A Bond To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For World Wide Distributors, Inc.

1085Res. 1085 PDF

12/16/1985

Approving Des Moines Sewer District Resolution 1985-17

1086Res. 1086 PDF

12/16/1985

Relating To Drinking And Driving; Commending The Kent Police Department, The Drinking Driver Task Force, And The Office Of City Attorney For Their Continuing Efforts To Combat Drinking And Driving

1087Res. 1087 PDF

12/16/1985

Relating To Zoning And Planning; Expressing Intent And Directing Review Of Potential Implementation Of The West Hill Plan, A Part Of The Kent Comprehensive Plan

1088Res. 1088 PDF

1/6/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order Street, Water Main And Sanitary Sewer Improvement S To 104th Avenue S.E. (A/K/A Benson Highway) From The S.E. 242nd Block To The S.E. 252nd Block, Both Inside And Outside Of The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 321) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1089Res. 1089 PDF

1/21/1986

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of 80th Place South, South Of South 180th Street (S.W. 43rd Street) In The City Of Kent, Washington, And More Particularly Described Herein; Setting A Public Hearing For February 18, 1986 (Request Of Burlington Northern And Mannesmann-Talley)

1090Res. 1090 PDF

1/21/1986

Relating To The Office Of City Administrator; Providing For A Contract For Executive Search Services; Acknowledging Interim Operation And Related Matters

1091Res. 1091 PDF

2/3/1986

Acknowledging And Recognizing The Tenure Of Richard C. Cushing As Kent City Administrator

1092Res. 1092 PDF

2/3/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order Sanitary And Side Sewer Improvements From S.E. 208th Street To S. 213th Street And From 97th Place S. To 102nd Avenue S.E ., All Within The Westview Terrace Area Of The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 322)

1093Res. 1093 PDF

2/3/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order Road And Sanitary Sewer Improvements To James Street From Washington Avenue To • Near Russell Road Within The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 320) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1094Res. 1094 PDF

2/18/1986

Concerning Council Procedures, Superseding Resolution No. 1015

1095Res. 1095 PDF

3/3/1986

Relating To The Western Processing Hazardous Waste Site

1096Res. 1096 PDF

4/7/1986

Regarding Vacation Of S. 209th Street Within The City Of Kent, And Setting A Public Hearing For May 19, 1986 (E & H Properties Application)

1097Res. 1097 PDF

4/21/1986

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 304

1098Res. 1098 PDF

4/21/1986

Relating To The Washington State Public Works Trust Fund; Acknowledging The Intention Of The City Of Kent To Enter Into A Loan Agreement With The Washington State Public Works Board For The Reconstruction Of The Kent Springs Water Transmission Main

1099Res. 1099 PDF

4/21/1986

Approving Execution And Delivery By The City Of Kent Corporation Kent Economic Development Corporation Of A First Supplemental Indenture Of Trust And Amendment No. 1 To The Floating/Fixed Rate Industrial Development Revenue Bonds; Series 1985 (Cascade Development Company Project)

1100Res. 1100 PDF

4/21/1986

Relating To The Kent Comprehensive Plan, East Hill Component; Disapproving Of The Changes Recommended By The Kent Planning Commission On February 25, 1986; Referring The Comprehensive Plan Back To The Planning Commission For Full Reconsideration

1101Res. 1101 PDF

4/21/1986

Relating To The Green River, And The System Of Dikes And Levees Along The Green River; Protesting The Policies Of The Federal Emergency Management Agency Relating To Green River Levee Improvements

1102Res. 1102 PDF

5/5/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order Sanitary And Side Sewer Improvements Within The Olympic View Heights Area Of The City, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 323) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement S Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1103Res. 1103 PDF

5/5/1986

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (Green River Corridor Park)

1104Res. 1104 PDF

5/5/1986

Relating To City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation; Filling Positions 1, 2, 4, And 5 On The Board Of Directors Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation

1105Res. 1105 PDF

5/5/1986

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of 27th Avenue South, South Of South 246th Street, And Setting A Public Hearing For June 16, 1986 (Application Of Eugene And Young Choy)

1106Res. 1106 PDF

5/12/1986

Relating To Utilities; Authorizing A City Of Kent Utility Connection Waiver Agreement (Application Of Donald D. And Mary N. Lohman)

1107Res. 1107 PDF

6/16/1986

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1987 To 1992

1108Res. 1108 PDF

6/16/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order Street Improvements On 72nd Avenue S. From S. 182nd Street To S. 186th Street Within The City, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 324) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement S Against Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1109Res. 1109 PDF

6/16/1986

Relating To The Regional Water Association Of Co Water Purveyors Association South King County; Approving An Interlocal Funding Agreement Between The City Of Kent And The Regional Water Association Of South King County Concerning Funding Of The South King County Coordinated Water System Plan, And Related Projects

1110Res. 1110 PDF

8/18/1986

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of 63rd Avenue South, South Of South 212th Street, And Setting A Public Hearing For October 6, 1986 (Application Of The Gerrick Group)

1111Res. 1111 PDF

9/15/1986

To Approve An Amendment To The Interlocal Agreement Creating The Puget Sound Cities Interlocal Insurance Authority

1112Res. 1112 PDF

10/6/1986

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of South 212th Street In The Vicinity Of East Valley Highway And Setting A Public Hearing For November 17, 1986 (Application Of Leroy Bowen)

1113Res. 1113 PDF

10/6/1986

Allowing The Limited Outdoor Burning Of Certain Waste Material And Rescinding Resolution No. 890 (Rescinded By Resolution No. 1154)

1114Res. 1114 PDF

10/20/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order Street, Water Main And Sanitary Sewer Improvements On 76th Avenue S. From S. 212th Street To Approximately T6he S. 220th Block Within The City, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 325) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1115Res. 1115 PDF

11/3/1986

11/03/1986 Regarding Vacation Of South 27th Avenue, South Of 246th To The End Of The Roadway, And Setting A Public Hearing For December 1, 1986 {Application Of Eugene And Young Choy)

1116Res. 1116 PDF

11/17/1986

Proclaiming November 23 Through 30, 1986 As "National Bible Week" {Failed-----Failed-----Failed-----Failed-----Failed)

1117Res. 1117 PDF

11/17/1986

Authorizing The Emergency Construction And Waiver Of Permit Issuance Requirements For A Well Structure And Building In The City Of Kent Located At Or Near S. 212th Street And State Route 167

1118Res. 1118 PDF

11/17/1986

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 283

1119Res. 1119 PDF

12/1/1986

Approving The Issuance Of Industrial Development Bonds By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation For $700,000, And Approving Resolution No. 1986-45 Of The City Of Kent EDC Authorizing The Sale Of The Bonds To Provide Funds To Finance Certain Industrial Development Facilities For Northwest Aluminum Products, Inc .

1120Res. 1120 PDF

12/1/1986

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of A Traffic Signal At The Intersection Of Kent-Kangley RoadAnd 11th Avenue S.E. Within The City, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 326)

1121Res. 1121 PDF

12/1/1986

Supporting The Concept Of Interlocal Planning Agreements With King County And Adopting Terminology Associated Therewith

1122Res. 1122 PDF

12/1/1986

Relating To Reimbursing Councilmembers For Travel Expenses Incurred While On Official City Business (Superseded By Res. 1155)

1123Res. 1123 PDF

12/1/1986

The City Council Hereby Declares Its Intent To Establish A Goal Of Achieving An Average Density Reduction Of Twenty Percent (20%) On All Undeveloped Multifamily Zoned Lands Throughout The City. This Density Reduction Would Be Achieved Through Revisions To Kent’s Comprehensive Plan And Zoning Code

1124Res. 1124 PDF

12/15/1986

Relating To Solid Waste; Encouraging Recycling And Waste Reduction And Recommending Service Levels And Rates

1125Res. 1125 PDF

2/2/1987

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property At 622, And Setting A Public Hearing For March 3, 1987 On The Application Of John R. And Joanne Ewing

1126Res. 1126 PDF

2/17/1987

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property At 206 S., And Setting A Public Hearing For April 7, 1987 On The Application Of John A. Phillips, Jr.

1127Res. 1127 PDF

2/17/1987

Endorsing And Accepting Certain Recommendations And Findings Of The Green River Valley Transportation Action Plan

1128Res. 1128 PDF

3/10/1987

Amending The City’s Comprehensive Plan By Adding 0444 Valley Floor Plan An Overlay Designation Of A "C-Suffix" To The Valley Floor Subarea Plan

1129Res. 1129 PDF

4/7/1987

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of A Traffic Signal At The Intersect Ion Of 74th Avenue South And State Route 516 Within The City, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 329) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby

1130Res. 1130 PDF

4/7/1987

Establishing Target Issues For 1987

1131Res. 1131 PDF

4/21/1987

Providing That Conveyance Of Real Property Through Deed And/Or Dedication To The City Should Be Free And Clear Of Encumbrances

1132Res. 1132 PDF

5/5/1987

Amending The City’s West Hill Subarea Plan Map By Designating Certain Properties With A Multifamily Residential (Mf 12-24) Land Use Plan Classification

1133Res. 1133 PDF

5/5/1987

Pertaining To A Recent Proposal By The City Of Des Moines To De-Annex Certain Kent Land Near Kent’s Western Boundary

1134Res. 1134 PDF

5/5/1987

Declaring Its Intention To Accept Dedication By Deed Of Certain Properties In Tudor Square Plat In King County, Washington From Centex Homes, Particularly, Tract C Of Division I Of The Plat To Be Used For Parks Purposes And City Property (Excluding Fire Station Tracts A, B, D, And E Of Division I Of The Plat And Tracts A, B, And C Of Division Ii Of The Plat For Municipal Purposes

1135Res. 1135 PDF

6/2/1987

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1988 To 1993

1136Res. 1136 PDF

6/15/1987

Pertaining To The Commuter Rail Demonstration Project Feasibility Plan For The Green River Valley Encouraging And Promoting The Municipality Of Metropolitan Seattle To Proceed With Swiftness Toward The Earliest Possible Completion And Implementation Of A Commuter Rail

1137Res. 1137 PDF

6/15/1987

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property At Waterman Avenue Between Fifth Avenue And Union Pacific Railway, Located Between Lot 6 And Lot 7 Of Waterman’ S Acre Tracts Kent, Setting A Public Hearing For July 21, 1987 On The Application Of Vernon E. Gibson

1138Res. 1138 PDF

6/15/1987

Regarding A Traffic Agreement Between The City And Centex Homes Corporation For The Development Of "Tudor Square"

1139Res. 1139 PDF

6/15/1987

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Widening And Improvement Of West Valley Highway From South 189th Street To South 212th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 328) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvement

1140Res. 1140 PDF

6/15/1987

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (Lake Fenwick Park)

1141Res. 1141 PDF

7/21/1987

Pertaining To The Discontinuation Of The Operation Of The Solid Waste Utility And Be It Hereby Known That The Kent City Council Does Not Favor Any Of The Three Companies Over The Other For Certification For The Collection Of Solid Waste

1142Res. 1142 PDF

8/18/1987

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At South 192nd Street Between West Valley And 72nd Avenue South, And Setting A Public Hearing For September 15, 1987 On The Application Of Northward Properties

1143Res. 1143 PDF

9/1/1987

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Certain Property At South 212th Street, More Particularly Described In Exhibit "A" Attached Hereto And By This Reference Incorporated Herein, Setting A Public- Hearing For October 6, 1987 On The Application Of Pacific Ventures, Inc.

1144Res. 1144 PDF

9/15/1987

Establishing The Kent Centennial Committee

1145Res. 1145 PDF

9/15/1987

Regarding Multifamily Housing Density, Endorsing Options B And C Presented In The Planning Department’s 1987 "Report On Multifamily Density

1146Res. 1146 PDF

9/15/1987

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property At 206th And 72nd, And Setting A Public Hearing For October 20, On The Application Of The City Of Kent 987

1147Res. 1147 PDF

10/6/1987

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Widening And Improvement Of West Valley Highway From South 212th Street To West James Street, The Installation Of A Sidewalk On South 212th Street From West Valley Highway To The East Side Of 72nd Avenue South, And Construction Of A Sanitary Sewer Line; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 327) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements

1148Res. 1148 PDF

10/6/1987

Regarding Multifamily Development Standards, Directing The Planning Commission And Planning Department To Review And Consider Such Standards, Seek Public Input And Make Recommendations To The Council

1149Res. 1149 PDF

10/6/1987

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At South 212th Street And 77th Avenue South And Setting A Public Hearing For November 17, 1987 On The Application Of James Cassan

1150Res. 1150 PDF

10/6/1987

Adopting Annexation Policies And Amending The Kent Sphere Of Interest Adopted April 17, 1972 (See Ordinance No. 2767 Also)

1151Res. 1151 PDF

10/20/1987

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Widening And 0899 Lid 331 Improvement Of Se 240th Street From 108th Avenue Se To 116th Avenue Se And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 331) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements

1152Res. 1152 PDF

10/20/1987

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction 0900 Lid 332 - Se 240th Street Improvement Of An 811 Sanitary Sewer Line On Se 240th Street From 112th Avenue Se To 116th Avenue Se, Including Side Sewer Stubs To The Property Lines, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 332) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements

1153Res. 1153 PDF

11/3/1987

Superseding Resolution No. 1147, Declaring Its Intention To Order The Widening And Improvement Of West Valley Highway From South 212th Street To West James Street, The Installation Of A Sidewalk On South 220th Street From West Valley Highway To The East Side Of 72nd Avenue South, And The Construction Of A Sanitary Sewer Line On The West Side Of West Valley Highway; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 327) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements

1154Res. 1154 PDF

11/17/1987

Allowing The Limited Outdoor Burning Of Certain Waste Material And Allowing Certain Land Cleaning Burning

1155Res. 1155 PDF

102/1/1987

Relating To Paying And Reimbursing Elected Officials For Travel, Training, And Business Expense Incurred While On Official City Business (Supersedes Res. No. 1122. Not Signed By Mayor)

1156Res. 1156 PDF

12/22/1987

Extending To Tom Bailey Their Thanks And Appreciation For His Sincere And Dedicated Efforts On Their Behalf During His Term Of Office As Kent City Councilmember

1157Res. 1157 PDF

1/19/1987

Supporting An Application To Obtain Funding From The 1989 Washington Centennial Commission To Restore The Burlington Northern Railway Depot In Downtown Kent

1158Res. 1158 PDF

3/1/1988

Establishing The Target Issues For 1988

1159Res. 1159 PDF

3/15/1988

Authorizing The City’s Participation With Other Local Municipal Jurisdictions In Carrying Out The Work Plan Of The Human Services Roundtable

1160Res. 1160 PDF

3/15/1988

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of North Second Avenue And North Third Avenue And Alleys In Between, And Setting A Public Hearing For April 19, 1988 On The Application Of Leo And Norma Brutsche

1161Res. 1161 PDF

4/5/1988

Establishing An Official Commemorative Medallion For The 1990 Kent Centennial

1162Res. 1162 PDF

4/5/1988

Relating To Public Safety; Amending The City’s 1988-1992 Capital Improvement Program; And Reserving Councilmanic Debt Capacity For 1989 In The Amount Of $950,000 To Complete The City’s Police/Fire Training Center

1163Res. 1163 PDF

4/5/1988

Declaring City Utility Property, That Being An Eight Foot Strip Of Property In The Vicinity Of 520 Scenic Way, Located In Kent, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Continued Public Utility Services; And Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To RCW 35.94.040 For April 19’ 1988

1164Res. 1164 PDF

4/5/1988

Approving Amendments To The Interlocal Agreement Creating The Washington Cities Insurance Authority

1165Res. 1165 PDF

4/5/1988

Pertaining To The Commuter Rail Demonstration Project Feasibility Study, Appropriating $50,000 For A Multi-Jurisdictional Study Of Commuter Rail Transit In King County, And Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into Negotiations With Other Cities And The County For An Interlocal Agreement To Provide Such A Study

1166Res. 1166 PDF

4/19/1988

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of A Traffic Signal At The Intersection Of 72nd Avenue South And South 180th Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 333) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements

1167Res. 1167 PDF

4/19/1988

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of Sanitary Sewers, Side Sewers And Necessary Appurtenances On 121st Avenue S.E ., 122nd Avenue S.E ., And S.E. 276th Street Outside The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 334) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements (Derbyshire No. 7}

1168Res. 1168 PDF

4/19/1988

Declaring City Utility Property, In The Vicinity Of S.E. 240th And 102nd Streets, Located In Kent, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Continued Public Utility Services; And Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To RCW 35.94.040 For May 5, 1988

1169Res. 1169 PDF

5/17/1988

Directing The Supervisor Of Treasury Accounting To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 316

1170Res. 1170 PDF

6/21/1988

Amending The City’s Comprehensive Plan By Changing The Area Designation In Six Areas Within The East Valley Floor

1171Res. 1171 PDF

7/5/1988

Declaring City Utility Property, In The Vicinity Of North 244th Street, Between 94th And Summit Avenue, Located In Kent, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Continued Public Utility Services; And Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To RCW 35.94.040 For July 19, 1988

1172Res. 1172 PDF

7/5/1988

Regarding Housing, Directing An Update Of The Housing Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan, Including An Area-By-Area Study Of Single-Family And Multifamily Housing Densities

1173Res. 1173 PDF

7/5/1988

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 297

1174Res. 1174 PDF

7/5/1988

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 297

1175Res. 1175 PDF

7/5/1988

Authorizing The Public Works Director To Direct The Traffic Engineer To Remove Signs Which Prohibit Parking Of Any Motor Or Other Vehicle At Any Time On Certain Roadways Within The City For The Time Period Of July 5 Through October 31, 1988

1176Res. 1176 PDF

7/19/1988

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1989 To 1994

1177Res. 1177 PDF

7/19/1988

Establishing A Procedure For Notifying The Public Of Upcoming Hearings And The Preliminary Agenda For Council Meetings

1178Res. 1178 PDF

8/2/1988

Regarding The Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At South 208th, And Setting A Public Hearing For September 6, 1988 On The Application Of Central Pre-Mix

1179Res. 1179 PDF

8/16/1988

Declaring A House In The Vicinity Of 106th Avenue S.E. , Located In Kent, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Public Services; And Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To RCW 35.94.040 For September 6, 1988

1180Res. 1180 PDF

9/6/1988

Repealing Resolution No. 1179, Declaring A House In The Vicinity Of 106th Avenue S.E ., Kent, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Public Services; And Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To RCW 35.94.040 For September 20, 1988

1181Res. 1181 PDF

9/6/1988

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At 63rd Avenue South Adjacent To The South Side Of South 212th Street, And Setting A Public Hearing For October 4, 1988 On The Application Of Union Pacific Realty Company

1182Res. 1182 PDF

9/6/1988

Commending For Its 25 The Planning Association Of Washington Years Of Service To Planning

1183Res. 1183 PDF

9/6/1988

Supporting Bond Issue The 1988 King County Library System

1184Res. 1184 PDF

10/4/1988

Related To Council Meetings And Executive Sessions

1185Res. 1185 PDF

11/1/1988

Providing For The Formation Of A Task Force To Study And Make Recommendations On Extending Recycling Service To Commercial, Industrial And Multi-Family Customers

1186Res. 1186 PDF

11/1/1988

Requesting King County To Fund The Study And Construction Of A Portion Of The South 272nd/277th Corridor

1187Res. 1187 PDF

11/29/1988

Relating To Funding For Transportation Improvement Projects; And Reserving Councilmanic Debt Capacity For 1989 And 1990 In The Amount Of $5.05 Million To Finance A Portion Of The Construction Of The 277th Corridor Project On The South End Of The City Of Kent

1188Res. 1188 PDF

12/20/1988

Adopting The Comprehensive Kent Parks And Recreation Plan Update-1988, For The Kent Park Planning Area, And Policy Relating Thereto; Updating The 1982 Kent Parks And Recreation Master Plan And Providing For Amendments And The Filing Of A Copy With The Kent City Clerk

1189Res. 1189 PDF

1/3/1989

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At 80th Place South And Setting A Public Hearing For February 7, 1989 On The Application Of Glacier Park Company

1190Res. 1190 PDF

1/17/1989

Regarding The Plan Of Government, Declaring .Its Intent To Abandon The Council-Mayor Plan Of Government And Adopt The Council-Manager Plan Of Government, And Calling For A Special Election Upon The Issue In Accordance With RCW 29.13.020 To Be Held On April 4, 1989 (Defeated-----Defeated-----Defeated-----Defeated)

1191Res. 1191 PDF

1/17/1989

Supporting Kent’s Present Form Of Government And Urging Proponents Of Change In Kent’s Form Of Government To Cease Their Efforts So As Not To Disrupt The Smooth Operation Of City Government

1192Res. 1192 PDF

2/7/1989

Declaring Its Intention To Order Street, Sanitary Sewer And Water Main Improvements On 64th Avenue South From Meeker Street To South 212th Street Within The City; And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 330) To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Such Improvements

1193Res. 1193 PDF

2/7/1989

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Adopt For The Qualified Electors Of The City Of Kent The Powers Of Initiative And Referendum

1194Res. 1194 PDF

2/21/1989

Declaring A Certain Parcel Of Property In The Vicinity Of S. 218th St And Sr 167 To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs And Not Required For Continued Public Utility Services; 35.94.040 And For Setting A Public Hearing Pursuant To RCW

1195Res. 1195 PDF

3/7/1989

Directing The Kent Planning, Fire, Public Works, And Legal Departments To Explore The City’s Participation In The Department Of Housing And Urban Development’s Affordable Housing Program, And Directing Those Departments To Report Their Findings To The Kent City Council Planning Committee

1196Res. 1196 PDF

3/7/1989

Regarding Vacation Of .Certain Property Generally Located At 63rd Avenue South Adjacent To The South Side Of South 212th Street, And Setting A Public Hearing For April 18, 1989 On The Application Of Union Pacific Realty Company

1197Res. 1197 PDF

3/21/1989

Relating To The Sole Source Purchase Of Equipment For The Riverbend Golf Course (Golf Cart)

1198Res. 1198 PDF

4/4/1989

Regarding Housing, Amending The City’s Comprehensive Plan, By Amending The Housing Element Of The Plan

1199Res. 1199 PDF

4/18/1989

Adopting A Priority Annexation Map

1200Res. 1200 PDF

4/18/1989

Authorizing City Employee Use Of Visa/Mastercard Credit Cards For Travel Purposes

1201Res. 1201 PDF

4/18/1989

Requesting That King County Cease Imposing A Surcharge On A Solid Waste Dumping Fee •For The Purposes Of Funding An Energy Resource Recovery Facility

1202Res. 1202 PDF

5/2/1989

Relating To Land Use And Zoning, Finding Applicant To Be In Compliance With Conditions Of Rezone Of Property Located On The South Side Of South 212th Street, Approximately 1,200 Feet West Of West Valley Highway Consisting Of 7.1 Acres In King. County, Washington From Ml, Industrial Park, To Ml-C, Industrial Park - Commercial Suffix, As Required By Ordinance 2792; Subject To Three Additional Conditions (Homecourt Hotel - Rz-88-2)

1203Res. 1203 PDF

5/2/1989

Amending The Comprehensive Plan. Of The City Of Kent, Repealing Resolution No 764 Adopting The Kent Central Business District Plan, Pursuant To RCW 35a.63.070-073, And Adopting The Downtown Plan As An Element Of The City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan

1204Res. 1204 PDF

5/16/1989

Authorizing A Master Utility Meter For Bennett Business Center, With Conditions, Pursuant To Kent City Code 7.06.240

1205Res. 1205 PDF

5/16/1989

Relating To Funding For Human Services To Establish A Predictable Funding Base For Human Services Out Of The City Of Kent General Fund

1206Res. 1206 PDF

6/6/1989

Regarding The Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At Third Avenue South Between Gowe And Titus Streets, And Setting A Public Hearing For July 5, 1989 On The Application Of The City Of Kent

1207Res. 1207 PDF

6/6/1989

Relating To Art Plans, Amending The Guidelines For Development And Implementation Of City Art Plan As First Adopted On April 15, 1985

1208Res. 1208 PDF

6/20/1989

Relating To Kent Cornucopia Days; Granting A Street Use Permit To Kent Lions Club For A Public Festival; Specifying Terms And Conditions For Such Street Use

1209Res. 1209 PDF

6/20/1989

Relating To The Investment Of City Property Tax Receipts Amending In Custody Of King County Finance Manager The City’s Comprehensive Plan And Zoning

1210Res. 1210 PDF

6/20/1989

Receipts Amending In Custody Of King County Finance Manager The City’s Comprehensive Plan And Zoning Maps By Changing The Area Designations By Institution Of New Gateway Commercial Zone To An Area Along The East Valley Highway Between S.R. 167 Overpass To 212th Street; And By Amending One Mobile Home Park Designation To Office Zone Designation In Area Of Approximately 13.2 Acres At The Northeast Corner Of The S.R. 167 And South 212th Street Interchange

1211Res. 1211 PDF

7/18/1989

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Program 1990 To 1995 Improvement

1212Res. 1212 PDF

7/18/1989

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located On Third Avenue South Between Titus And Saar Streets And Setting A Public Hearing For August 15, 1989 On The Application Of St. Anthony’ S Catholic Church

1213Res. 1213 PDF

8/1/1989

Relating To Proposed King County Solid Waste Disposal Rates

1214Res. 1214 PDF

9/19/1989

Relating To The Sole Source Purchase Of Utility Billing Software For Installation• On The City’s HP 3000 Computer System

1215Res. 1215 PDF

9/19/1989

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Located West Of Woodland Way And South Of South 262nd Place And Setting A Public Hearing For October 17, 1989 On The Application Of Thomas Drangsholt

1216Res. 1216 PDF

9/19/1989

Relating To The City Solid Waste Utility, Creating A Solid Waste Utility Account In The Environmental Mitigation Fund And Authorizing And Appropriating Funds Necessary Therefore

1217Res. 1217 PDF

10/3/1989

Relating To The Endorsement Of The King County Open Space Bond Issue (Proposition 2) For The November 7, 1989 Election

1218Res. 1218 PDF

10/3/1989

Establishment Of A Sister City Affiliation With Kherson, Soviet Union

1219Res. 1219 PDF

11/7/1989

Regarding Public Defense, Establishing Standards For Public Defense Services

1220Res. 1220 PDF

11/7/1989

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property At Old West Willis Street (Road No. 8) Between The East West Valley Freeway, Green River, And The West Valley Highway, .And Setting A Public Hearing For December 5, 1989 On The Application Of Signature Pointe Limited Partnership

1221Res. 1221 PDF

11/21/1989

Regarding The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation, Appointing Jon Johnson To Fill The Vacancy On The Board Of Directors

1222Res. 1222 PDF

11/21/1989

Urging The Governor And Legislature To Hold A Special Legislative Session To Adopt Transportation Funding Packages To Facilitate Local And State Ability To Respond To Transportation Growth Issues

1223Res. 1223 PDF

12/19/1989

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of 77th Avenue South From S. 212th Street To S. 202nd Street And S. 206th Street From 77th Avenue South To The West End At The Railroad Tracks And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 335)

1224Res. 1224 PDF

12/19/1989

Relating To The Purchase Of A 40-Foot Mobile Command Post Vehicle

1225Res. 1225 PDF

1/2/1990

Amending The City’s Comprehensive Plan To Allow Ml-C Designation In The Semicircle South Of Willis Bounded On The East By Union Pacific Railroad And On The West By The Valley Freeway Off Ramp

1226Res. 1226 PDF

1/2/1990

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Generally Located At The Southeast 4 Feet By 110.76 Feet Of Alexander Avenue On The North Side On Guiberson Street In Kent, And Setting A Public Hearing For February 6, 1990 On The Application Of Gary J. Chilcoate

1227Res. 1227 PDF

2/6/1990

Providing That Conveyance Of Real Property Through Deed And/Or Dedication To The City Should Be Free And Clear Of Encumbrances Subject To Discretion Of Affected Department Head

1228Res. 1228 PDF

2/6/1990

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Which Is A 0102 Street Vacations Portion Of The West Valley Highway And Of County Road No. 332 Adjacent To The Norman Anderson Property And Setting A Public Hearing For March 20, 1990 On The Application Of Norman Anderson

1229Res. 1229 PDF

2/6/1990

Regarding Emergency Or Disaster Assistance Funds, Designating The Fire Chief As Representative Of The City For Purposes Of Obtaining The Funds

1230Res. 1230 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The West Hill Comprehensive Plan Map And The City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan Map, Instituting A Single Family Designated Area Overlay And • Amending From Mhp And Mf-40, 24-40 To Mf 24, 12-24 One Area Of The West Hill

1231Res. 1231 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The Kent City Zoning Map Designations For Three Areas In The West Hill Area

1232Res. 1232 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The Valley Floor Subarea Comprehensive Plan Map, Instituting A Single Family Designating Area Overlay And Amending The Designations For Three Areas Within The Valley Floor (Amending Resolution 1128, As Amended By Resolution 1170)

1233Res. 1233 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The City Of Kent Zoning Map Designations For Eight Areas Of The Valley Floor To A Less Dense Residential Designation And Rezoning Two Areas Of The Valley Floor From A Non-Residential Designation To A Low Density Multifamily Designation

1234Res. 1234 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan Map By Amending Designations For Three Areas Within The Valley Floor Study Area (Amending Resolution No. 1128 As Amended By Resolution No. 1170)

1235Res. 1235 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The East Hill Comprehensive Subarea Plan Map, Instituting A Single Family Designated Area Overlay And Amending Sixteen Area Designations Within The East Hill Planning Area. (Resolutions 1027 As Amended By Resolution 1040 And 1051)

1236Res. 1236 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The City Of Kent Zoning Map Designations For Fifteen Areas Within The East Hill Study 0609 East Hill Plan Update & Moratorium Area (Amending Resolution No. 2513)

1237Res. 1237 PDF

2/20/1990

Resulting From The Planning Department Housing Element Work Program, Amending The City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan Map, Amending Eight Area Designations Within The East Hill Area (Amending Resolution No. 1027 Amended By Resolution No. 1040 And 1051)

1238Res. 1238 PDF

2/20/1990

Relating To The Sole Source Purchase Of Electronic Meter Reading System Equipment

1239Res. 1239 PDF

2/20/1990

Regarding Transportation Improvements, Approving An Interlocal Agreement With King County And The Cities Of Auburn, Renton And Tukwila To Form The Valley Transportation Benefit District

1240Res. 1240 PDF

3/6/1990

Adopting A Schedule Of Expenditure Of Bond Proceeds Received From King County For The Acquisition And Development Of Open Space Projects

1241Res. 1241 PDF

4/17/1990

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property At 78th Place South, And Setting A Public Hearing For May 15, 1990 On The Application Of South 202nd Associates

1242Res. 1242 PDF

5/1/1990

Approving Resolution No. 1990-47 Of The Board Of Directors Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation, Adopted On April 20, 1990 (H & S Machine Works, Inc)

1243Res. 1243 PDF

5/1/1990

Approving Resolution No. 1990-48 Of The Board Of Directors Of The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation, Adopted On April 20, 1990 (Baer Family Partnership)

1244Res. 1244 PDF

5/15/1990

Adopting The Local Hazardous Waste Management Plan For Seattle-King County With The Plan Addendum Upon The Condition That It Be Amended As Provided Herein

1245Res. 1245 PDF

6/5/1990

Relating To Nike Manor, Calling For A Study Of The Feasibility Of Acquiring The Property For Senior Housing

1246Res. 1246 PDF

6/5/1990

Requesting King County To Implement The Local Option Vehicle Fee Authorized By Essb No. 6358

1247Res. 1247 PDF

6/19/1990

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (Green River Trail Park)

1248Res. 1248 PDF

6/19/1990

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (Lake Fenwick Park)

1249Res. 1249 PDF

6/19/1990

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act (East Hill Neighborhood Park)

1250Res. 1250 PDF

7/3/1990

Approving The Issuance By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation Of Its Industrial Revenue Bond, 1990 (Heinz & Renate Streng Project) In The Principle Amount Of $850,000 Pursuant To Chapter 39 .84 RCW; And Approving The Resolution Of Said Public Corporation Authorizing Said Bond And Other Documentation In Connection With The Issuance Of Said Bond

1251Res. 1251 PDF

7/17/1990

Adopting The Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1991 To 1996

1252Res. 1252 PDF

7/17/1990

Relating To The Sole Source Purchase Of Home Arrest Equipment For The Kent Police Department

1253Res. 1253 PDF

8/7/1990

Approving A Map As The Official Record Of The Location And Boundaries Of Schools And School Bus Route Stops, As Well As Areas Within 1,000 Feet Of School Bus Route Stops And The Perimeter Of School Grounds In Order To Implement Enhanced Penalties For Unlawful Drug Activities In Those Areas

1254Res. 1254 PDF

8/7/1990

Relating To Electoral Districts, Calling For Kent To Be Placed In A Single Legislative District

1255Res. 1255 PDF

8/21/1990

Adopting The Parks Outdoor Recreation Six-Year Capital Improvement Program : 1990-1996

1256Res. 1256 PDF

8/21/1990

Requesting The King County Council To Activate The Green River Flood Control Zone District (GRFCZD) For The Purpose Of Funding Flood Control Activities Within The Authority Of The District As Established Pursuant To The Revised Code Of Washington, Title 86, Section 15

1257Res. 1257 PDF

9/4/1990

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Located Near 36th Place South And Setting The Public Hearing For October 2, 1990 On The Application Of Byron And Janice M. Beck.

1258Res. 1258 PDF

9/18/1990

Approving The Issuance By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation Of Its Industrial Revenue Bonds, 1990 (Baer Family Partnership Project) In The Principal Amount Of $3,000,000 Pursuant To Chapter 39.84 RCW; And Approving The Resolution Of Said Public Corporation Authorizing Said Bonds And Other Documentation In Connection With The Issuance Of Said Bonds

1259Res. 1259 PDF

9/18/1990

Directing The Records And Election Division Of King County To Include In The November 1990 General Election An Advisory Ballot Relating To Growth Management (Defeated-----Defeated-----Defeated-----Defeated)

1260Res. 1260 PDF

10/2/1990

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Located At 1734 South Central Avenue, Kent, Washington, And Setting A Public Hearing For November 6, 1990 On The Application Of Kelly’s Cafe American, Inc.

1261Res. 1261 PDF

10/2/1990

Relating To Various Local Improvement Districts Of The City And Authorizing And Ratifying Interfund Loans

1262Res. 1262 PDF

10/2/1990

Reaffirming Mayor-Council Form Of Government And Providing For Cost Of Living Increase To Mayor Dan Kelleher

1263Res. 1263 PDF

10/16/1990

Accepting Grant Funds To Implement The Growth Management Act Of 1990

1264Res. 1264 PDF

11/6/1990

Regarding Vacation Of Certain Property Located At The 8700 Block Of So. 212th Street, Kent, Washington, And Setting A Public Hearing For December 4, 1990 On The Application Of Pacific Ventures, Inc.

1265Res. 1265 PDF

11/6/1990

Supporting Participation In Funding Domestic Violence Community Advocates And Training And Protocol Development As Part Of A Regional Domestic Violence System

1266Res. 1266 PDF

12/4/1990

Addressing The Need For Emergency. Severe Weather Shelter For Individuals And Families During Severe Or Life Threatening Weather

1267Res. 1267 PDF

1/2/1991

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Sanitary Sewers In Westview Terrace And Mccann’ S Westview Along 96th And 98th Avenues South And Along South 216th And 214th Streets And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements And To Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On February 5, 1991 (Lid 337)

1268Res. 1268 PDF

1/2/1991

Amending The City Of Kent Comprehensive Transportation Plan, Adopted By Resolution No. 1014 To Classify Lind Avenue From East Valley Highway To 180th As A Minor Arterial

1269Res. 1269 PDF

1/15/1991

Supporting The Action Of King County To Adopt Legislation Relating To The Imposition And Collection Of Impact Fees From New Residential Development, Pursuant To The Growth Management Act Of 1990. (Not Signed By Mayor)

1270Res. 1270 PDF

2/5/1991

Relating To The City’s Transportation System And The Intent To Create A Street Utility. (Not Signed By The Mayor)

1271Res. 1271 PDF

2/5/1991

In Support Of The Troops Involved In The Conflict In The Persian Gulf

1272Res. 1272 PDF

3/5/1991

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Sanitary Sewers In Westview Terrace And Mccann’s Westview Along 96th And 98th Avenues South And Along South 216th And 214th Streets And To Create A Local Improvement District ( Lid 338 )

1273Res. 1273 PDF

3/5/1991

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Widening And 0980 Lid 336-Evh Improvement S - S 192 - S Improvement Of The East Valley Highway From South 192nd Street To South 180th Street And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 336)

1274Res. 1274 PDF

3/19/1991

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Improvement Of Properties On Hilltop Avenue North Of James Street By The Installation Of Sanitary Sewers And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvement S Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Comment In Support Of Or Object To The Improvement S To Appear And Present Their Comments Or Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On April 16, 1991 (Lid 339)

1275Res. 1275 PDF

3/19/1991

Declaring A Moratorium On The City’s Extension Of Sewer And Water Services To Property For Development Purposes Located Outside Of Its Incorporated Limits (Not Signed By The Mayor) Moratorium Lifted By Mayor White’s Council Files #110 & 162

1276Res. 1276 PDF

3/19/1991

Directing The Planning And Public Works Departments To Take Steps To Appeal All Development Proposed In King County Which Will Impact, Or Has The Potential To Impact Traffic Or Transportation Facilities Within The City Of Kent

1277Res. 1277 PDF

3/19/1991

Relating To Land Use; Designating The Agency Before Whom Hearings On The Downtown Subarea Plan Shall Be Held And Clarifying The Procedures To Be Used In Such 0377 Comprehensive Plan Hearing, All As Authorized By RCW 35a.63.100 And The Zoning Code, KCC 15.09.050

1278Res. 1278 PDF

4/2/1991

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act {11.2 Acres In Bend Of Green River Adjacent To The Green River Trail) (Riverview Park)

1279Res. 1279 PDF

4/2/1991

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act {Scenic Hill Park)

1280Res. 1280 PDF

4/2/1991

Authorizing The Mayor To Sign The Interlocal Agreement For Regional Planning Of The Central Puget Sound Area, An Agreement Authorizing The Creation Of A Voluntary Association Of Local Governments In Order To Implement Regional Transportation Planning Duties, All As Provided For In Chapter 47.80 RCW {Mayor Did Not Sign)

1281Res. 1281 PDF

4/16/1991

Issuing Findings Of Fact And Conclusions Of The Ce-90-8 City Council Upon Hearing The Appeal Of Puget Sound Power And Light Company Regarding The City Hearing Examiner’ S Imposition Of Certain Conditions In Connection With The Issuance Of A Conditional Use Permit (For Construction And Maintenance Of Its Proposed Cambridge Substation)

1282Res. 1282 PDF

4/16/1991

Relating To The City’s Recycling Program And The Intent To Establish A Policy For In-House Recycling For City Employees

1283Res. 1283 PDF

6/4/1991

Expressing The City’s Intent To Adopt The Proposed Amendments To The Kent Shoreline Master Program, And To Forward Same To The State Department Of Ecology

1284Res. 1284 PDF

6/4/1991

Segregating Assessments 45 And 46 Of Lid 327

1285Res. 1285 PDF

6/18/1991

Regarding Vacation Of A Part Of A Dedicated Alley To Allow Construction Of The Kent Senior Housing Project, Described In Attached Exhibit A, And Setting The Public Hearing For August 6, 1991

1286Res. 1286 PDF

6/18/1991

Relating To Transportation Planning, Programing And Coordination Requirements For Using Local Option Transportation Revenues Authorized By Chapter 82.80 RCW

1287Res. 1287 PDF

7/2/1991

Authorizing Applications For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Project To The Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account As Provided By The Washington State Department Of Natural Resources, Division Of Aquatic Lands (South Of Willis Street, West Of West Valley Highway, Between The Green River And Highway 167 And Inside The Southern City Limits) (Riverwalk Park)

1288Res. 1288 PDF

7/16/1991

Adopting The 1992 Through 1997 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan

1289Res. 1289 PDF

8/6/1991

Endorsing The Policies Contained In King County’s Proposed Soos Creek Plan Update, Suggesting Changes Relative To Annexation/Incorporation And Traffic Mitigation, And Encouraging Adoption By The County Council Of The Update As Modified

1290Res. 1290 PDF

8/20/1991

Relating To Urban Growth And Road Adequacy In South King County

1291Res. 1291 PDF

8/20/1991

Relating To Historic Preservation And The State Environmental Policy Act, Setting Forth The City’s SEPA Policies With Regard To Historic Preservation; Preliminarily Identifying Certain Properties Of Historic And Cultural Significance Which May Be Worthy Of Preservation; And Establishing The Procedure For Planning Department Notification Of Proposed Demolition Or Destruction, To Allow For Review And Possible Conditioning Under These SEPA Policies

1292Res. 1292 PDF

8/20/1991

Granting Qualified Endorsement Of Privately Owned Sites For Regional Justice Center Site Selection

1293Res. 1293 PDF

8/20/1991

Authorizing The Mayor Or His Designee To Sign An Amendment To The Interlocal Agreement For Regional Planning Of The Central Puget Sound Area, Modifying The Voting Structure Set Forth In The Interlocal Agreement

1294Res. 1294 PDF

9/3/1991

Making A Limited Exception To The Moratorium Imposed By Resolution No. 1275 On The City’s Extension Of Sewer And Water Services For Development Purposes To Property Located Outside Of The City’s Corporate Limits (Not Adopted-----Not Adopted-----Not Adopted)

1295Res. 1295 PDF

9/17/1991

Expressing The City’s Intention To Adopt A Proposed Amendment To The Kent Shoreline Master Program And To Forward The Same To The State Department Of Ecology

1296Res. 1296 PDF

10/15/1991

Determining That Certain Water System Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder

1297Res. 1297 PDF

11/5/1991

Declaring Its Intent To Implement A Growth Management Community Participation Program To Seek Citizen Input On Issues Which Will Be Addressed In The Updated City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan Not Signed By Mayor

1298Res. 1298 PDF

12/3/1991

Stating The Intent Of The Kent City Council To Create The Kent Bicycle Advisory Board, Describing Its Formation, Constitution And Duties With Regard To Bicycling In The City.

1300Res. 1300 PDF

12/3/1991

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To The Kent Traffic Code, Ordinance 3017, Adopting The Model Traffic Code By Reference.

1300Res. 1300 PDF

12/3/1991

Authorizing Execution Of A Contract Of Sale For The Kent Senior Housing Project Between The City Of Kent, The King County Housing Authority, And Bellewood Corporation

1301Res. 1301 PDF

12/17/1991

Extending To Councilmember Steve Dowell Their Thanks And Appreciation For His Contributions And Service To The City Of Kent And To Further Commend Him For The Sincerity And Dedication With Which He Has Approached His Duties And Responsibilities As A Kent City Councilmember During His Term Of Office

1302Res. 1302 PDF

12/17/1991

Adopting A Schedule Of Fees For Permits Issued Under Ordinance No. 2998 Relating To Street Occupation And Kent City Code Chapter 4.07, Relating To Street Use *** (This Resolution Was Not Adopted. And Never Prepared. It Was Discussed At 12/17/91 Council Meeting, But Motion To Adopt Was Defeated. Then Resolution No. 1303 Was Passed)

1303Res. 1303 PDF

12/17/1991

Adopting A Schedule Of Fees For Permits Issued Use Under Ordinance 2998 Relating To Street Occupation And Kent City Code Chapter 4.07, Relating To Street Use {R-0.3138}

1304Res. 1304 PDF

1/7/1992

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Saar Street, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For February 4, 1992.

1305Res. 1305 PDF

1/7/1992

Regarding The Vacation Of A Dedicated, Unopened Portion Of Helen Street, And Setting The Public Hearing The Proposed Street Vacation For February 4, 1992.

1306Res. 1306 PDF

1/21/1992

Relating To The City’s Creation Of A Street Utility

1307Res. 1307 PDF

1/21/1992

Relating To Utility Billing Rate Adjustments And Modifications

1308Res. 1308 PDF

1/21/1992

Adopting A Schedule Of Fees For Permits Under The Building, Fire, Plumbing, And Mechanical Codes, All As Required By Kent City Code (KCC) Sections 14.04.010 (Section 304 (B) , (C) And Table 3-A) Of The Uniform Building Code) ; 13.02.020 (Section 4.109 Of The Uniform Fire Code) 14.16.010 (Section 20 .7 Of The Uniform Plumbing Code) ; 14.14.010 {Section 304 (B) And (C) Of The Uniform Mechanical Code)

1309Res. 1309 PDF

2/4/1992

Relating To The Growth Management Act Funds Disbursed By The State Department Of Community Development To King County As A Pass-Through To The City Of Kent

1310Res. 1310 PDF

3/3/1992

Granting Qualified Endorsement For The Location Of A Regional Justice Center In The City Of Kent

1311Res. 1311 PDF

4/7/1992

Establishing Fees For Business Licenses And Fees For Appeals Before The Hearing Examiner Relating To Business Licenses

1312Res. 1312 PDF

4/21/1992

Relating To Parks And Public Facilities; Amending Policy And Procedure For The Naming Of City Parks And Public Facilities (R.1049)

1313Res. 1313 PDF

5/5/1992

Adopting A Five Year Capital Improvement Plan For The Drainage Utility, Establishing Budgets, Authorizing Sale Of Storm Drainage Revenue Bonds, And Absorption Of The 1992 Metro Sewer Rate Increase

1314Res. 1314 PDF

6/2/1992

Directing The Finance Director To Assessment Levied Under Lid 327

1315Res. 1315 PDF

6/2/1992

Directing The Finance Director To Assessment Levied Under Lid 330

1316Res. 1316 PDF

6/16/1992

Declaring The Intention Of The City Council To Annex A Certain Island Of Territory Contiguous To The City Limits Of The City Of Kent (West Hill Island Annexation)

1317Res. 1317 PDF

7/21/1992

Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1993-1998

1318Res. 1318 PDF

7/21/1992

Regarding The Recommendations Of Kent’s Visioning Program Conducted As Phase Ii Of The Growth Management Community Participation Program, Directing City Staff To Prepare A Plan For Implementation Of The Recommendations Relating To Land Use, Transportation And Parks

1319Res. 1319 PDF

8/4/1992

Adopting A Fee Schedule For The Provision Of Radon Gas Measuring Device Kits As Required By The State Building. Code

1320Res. 1320 PDF

8/18/1992

Approving Amendments To The Interlocal Agreement Creating The Washington Cities Insurance Authority

1321Res. 1321 PDF

8/18/1992

Relating To The Mayor (Resignation) (Not Signed By The Mayor)

1322Res. 1322 PDF

9/1/1992

Amending Its Resolution No. 1275, Which Declares A Moratorium On The Extension Of Sewer And Water Services To Property For Development Purposes Located Outside Of Its Incorporated Limits

1323Res. 1323 PDF

9/1/1992

Relating To The City’s Contingency Fund (Increasing The Level Of Funds In The Contingency Fund)

1324Res. 1324 PDF

9/15/1992

Regarding The Vacation Of Portions Of Pioneer And Kennebeck Streets, As Petitioned For By Kent School District No. 415, Owners Of Property Abutting Upon Said Streets Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For October 20, 1992.

1325Res. 1325 PDF

9/15/1992

Regarding Adoption Of City Of Kent Planning Goals

1326Res. 1326 PDF

9/15/1992

Regarding Ratification Of The County-Wide Planning Policies Adopted By The King County Council Pursuant To The Growth Management Act

1327Res. 1327 PDF

9/15/1992

Relating To The City’s General Fund Contingency Account.(Repeals Resolution 1323)

1328Res. 1328 PDF

9/15/1992

Regarding The Establishment Of The Council Budget Committee.

1329Res. 1329 PDF

10/6/1992

Declaring Its Intent To Join With King County And Other Cities To Form The South County Area Transportation Board To Manage Multijurisdictional Transportation Issues The South County Region

1330Res. 1330 PDF

10/6/1992

Relating To Its Priority Target Issues And Initiating Studies Regarding A Transit System And A Comprehensive Sidewalk Plan For The City Of Kent

1331Res. 1331 PDF

10/20/1992

Regarding The Vacation Of A Nine Foot Street Easement Abutting 104th Avenue, As Petitioned For By Emma Platz Company, Owner Of Property Abutting Upon Said Street Easement Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 17, 1992

1332Res. 1332 PDF

10/20/1992

Supporting The Metro-King County Merger Proposal Presented By The Suburban Cities Association

1333Res. 1333 PDF

10/20/1992

Requesting That A Referendum Election Be Held On The City’s "West Hill Island" Annexation

1334Res. 1334 PDF

11/3/1992

Regarding Adoption Of City Of Kent Interim Urban Growth Area Boundary

1335Res. 1335 PDF

11/17/1992

Regarding City Representation Before Boards, Commissions, Or Agencies Outside The City Of Kent (Establishing Guidelines) (Mayor Declined To Sign)

1336Res. 1336 PDF

12/1/1992

Establishing A Task Force Committee To Investigate The Feasibility Of Creating A "Kent Youth Center" For The Benefit Of The City’s Youth And To Determine The Appropriate Funding Source For The Facility, Including Placement Of A Levy Or Bond Measure On The Ballot

1337Res. 1337 PDF

12/1/1992

Supporting Human Services Lobby Day

1338Res. 1338 PDF

1/5/1993

Supporting Participation In Funding Domestic Violence Community Advocates, Legal Advocates, And Training And Protocol Development As Part Of A Regional Domestic Violence System

1339Res. 1339 PDF

1/5/1993

Regarding Sdm Properties Appeal Of The Recommendation Of The Hearing Examiner On An Application For A Rezone

1340Res. 1340 PDF

1/5/1993

Regarding The Recommendation Of The Hearing Examiner On Sdm Properties Application For A Rezone

1341Res. 1341 PDF

1/19/1993

Adopting A Revised Schedule Of Fees For Permits Under The Plumbing Code, As Authorized By Ordinance 3052, City Code (KCC) Section 14.06.010 (Repealed By 1434)

1342Res. 1342 PDF

1/19/1993

Proposing To Annex Certain Real Property Located Within The City Limits Of The City Of SeaTac, Washington (Auditor’s No. 9305110612)

1343Res. 1343 PDF

2/2/1993

Relating To Municipal Courts (Re: Washington State Senate Bill #5117 Prohibiting Municipalities From Establishing And Operating Municipal Courts Within Their Jurisdictions)

1344Res. 1344 PDF

2/16/1993

Relating To Transportation; Acknowledging The Issuance And Contents Of The Addendum To The 272nd/277th Street North Corridor Project EIS; Ratifying The September 1, 1992, Action Of The City Council; And Directing Further Action On The Project

1345Res. 1345 PDF

3/2/1993

Amending Resolution No. 1317, Adopting The Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 1993-1998, By Adding Roadway Construction On 76th Avenue

1346Res. 1346 PDF

3/2/1993

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of South 238th Street, As Petitioned For By Double LSJ Corporation, Owners Of Property Abutting Upon Said Street Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For April 6, 1993

1347Res. 1347 PDF

3/2/1993

Relating To Regional Airport Alternatives

1348Res. 1348 PDF

3/16/1993

Relating To The Creation Of A New Organization Setting Forth The Council’s And Mayor’s Commitment To The Formation Of A One-Stop Permit Center; And, Outlining A Series Of Policy Statement S To Guide The Development Of A Permit Service Process That Will Result In The Highest Levels Of Public Safety, While Ensuring Maximum Public Accountability, Streamlined And Cost Effective Delivery Of Quality Public Services

1349Res. 1349 PDF

3/16/1993

Amending The City’s City-Wide Comprehensive Plan Map, And The Kent Valley Floor Plan Map To Change The Designation Of Three Lots On The North Side Of Smith Street From Single-Family Residential To Office And To Remove The Single Family Designated Area Overlay From These Three Properties

1350Res. 1350 PDF

4/6/1993

Creating The City Transit Advisory Board, Describing Its Formation, Constitution And Duties With Regard To A Transit System For The City

1351Res. 1351 PDF

4/6/1993

Declaring Its Intention To Order Sidewalk Improvements On West Smith Street From N. Washington Avenue To 64th Avenue South And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On May 4, 1993 (Lid 342)

1352Res. 1352 PDF

4/6/1993

Designation Of Disaster Manager For Federal Disaster Assistance Funds (Inauguration Day Storm - 1/20/93)

1353Res. 1353 PDF

4/20/1993

Authorizing Applications To Receive Funding For City Projects From The King County Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program

1354Res. 1354 PDF

5/18/1993

Amending The City-Wide Comprehensive Plan To Add Policies Relating To Critical Areas

1355Res. 1355 PDF

5/18/1993

Authorizing The Execution Of An Addendum To The Existing Valley Communications Center (Valley Com) Interlocal Agreement, To Expressively State That The Center Is Authorized To Acquire, Hold And Dispose Of Real Property Pursuant To RCW 39.34 .030 (4) (B) And To Expressively State The Powers Exercised By Valley Com Pursuant To RCW 39 .34.030(3)(B)

1356Res. 1356 PDF

5/18/1993

Encouraging And Promoting The Earliest Possible Completion And Implementation Of The Proposed Commuter System Within The Green River Valley Rail

1357Res. 1357 PDF

5/18/1993

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Shoreline Recreation Project To The Municipality Of Metropolitan Seattle For Shoreline Improvement Funds

1358Res. 1358 PDF

5/18/1993

Authorizing Applications To Receive Funding For City Projects From The King County Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program

1359Res. 1359 PDF

5/18/1993

In Support Of Project Lighthouse And A Kent Youth Center

1360Res. 1360 PDF

5/18/1993

Adopting An Interim Potential Annexation Area

1361Res. 1361 PDF

6/1/1993

Adopting A Water Conservation Program As An Additional Element Of The City’s Water Comprehensive Plan

1362Res. 1362 PDF

6/1/1993

Relating To U.S. House Bill 140, Which Would Eliminate The Practice Of Imposing Unfunded Federal Mandates On State And Local Governments And To Ensure That The Federal Government Pays The Costs Incurred By Those Governments In Complying With Certain Requirements Under Federal Statutes And Regulations

1363Res. 1363 PDF

6/1/1993

Establishing A City Policy Regarding Offsite Overflow Parking

1364Res. 1364 PDF

6/1/1993

Relating To The Growth Management Act Funds Disbursed By The State Department Of Community Development To King County As Pass Through Funds To The City Of Kent

1365Res. 1365 PDF

7/20/1993

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 327 {Birtcher Frank Properties)

1366Res. 1366 PDF

7/20/1993

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 330 (Birtcher Frank Properties)

1367Res. 1367 PDF

8/3/1993

Adopting The 1994-1999 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan

1368Res. 1368 PDF

8/3/1993

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 45th Place South As Petitioned For By Mar Del Investment Company, Owners Of Property Abutting Upon Said Street Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation for September 7, 1993

1369Res. 1369 PDF

8/3/1993

Relating To The Existing Two Lane Bridge Over Mill Creek On 196th Street, Finding That An Emergency Exists Requiring The Immediate Demolition Of The Structure

1370Res. 1370 PDF

8/17/1993

Supporting The Establishment And Development Of A Thoroughbred Horseracing Facility Within The City Of Auburn

1371Res. 1371 PDF

10/19/1993

Establishing Building Permit Fees

1372Res. 1372 PDF

10/19/1993

Relating To City Contracts (For Services And Supplies)

1373Res. 1373 PDF

11/16/1993

Adopting The Final 1992 King County Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan

1374Res. 1374 PDF

12/7/1993

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of South 231st Street (Commonly Referred To As Landing Way South) As Petitioned For By Birtcher Vol Land Partnership, Owner Of Property Abutting Said Street Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street V Acation For January 4, 1994

1375Res. 1375 PDF

12/7/1993

Setting A Hearing Date For A Proposed Annexation Commonly Known As The "Everson Annexation," To The City Of Kent

1376Res. 1376 PDF

12/7/1993

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation · 1034 Lid 344 - Traffic Signal 240th & 108t Of A Traffic Signal At The Intersect Ion Of Se 240th Street And 108th Avenue Se And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 344), And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On January 4, 1994

1377Res. 1377 PDF

12/7/1993

Regarding Cable TV Rate Regulation And Setting A Public Hearing Date On A Proposed Rate Regulation Ordinance for January 18, 1994

1378Res. 1378 PDF

12/7/1993

Relating To The Growth Management Act Funds Disbursed By The State Department Of Community Development To King County As Pass Through Funds To The City Of Kent

1379Res. 1379 PDF

12/7/1993

Concerning The Property Adjacent To Or Affected By The City’s Proposed 272/277 Corridor, Concurring With The Single-Family Zoning Designation In The King County’s Soo Creek Community Plan As That Plan Affects That Property, Finding That The City’s East Hill Plan Is Consistent With The Soos Creek Plan As It Affects That Property, And Indicating That The Anticipated Zoning For That Property Will Be Single Family Residential If That Property Becomes Annexed To The City

1380Res. 1380 PDF

1/4/1994

Establishing A Sister City Affiliation Policy For The City

1381Res. 1381 PDF

1/18/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Lid 320

1382Res. 1382 PDF

1/18/1994

Declaring Its Intention To Order Street Improvements On lath Avenue Se From Kent-Kangley Road To Sequoia Junior High School And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 343) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Ben Efitted Thereby

1383Res. 1383 PDF

2/1/1994

Relating To The Possession And Use Of Firearms

1384Res. 1384 PDF

2/1/1994

Amending The Citywide Comprehensive Land Use Plan Map (Cpa-93-2) To Designate The Entire Chestnut Ridge Annexation Area As Single Family (Sf), As Depicted In Alternate No. 1 And As Amended By The City Council On January 18, 1994, And To Amend The Single Family Designated Area Overlay Map To Include This Area

1385Res. 1385 PDF

3/1/1994

Regarding The Vacation Of An Unopened Alley South Of Saar Street Between Second And Third Avenues, As Petitioned For By Corporation Of The Catholic Archbishop Of Seattle, The Owner Of At Least Two-Thirds Of The Property Abutting The Portion Of The Unopened Alley Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For April 5, 1994. (St. Anthony ’S Church Alley Vacation)

1386Res. 1386 PDF

3/15/1994

Approving Execution And Delivery By The City Of Kent Economic Development Corporation Of A Second Supplemental Indenture Of Trust Prepared In Connection With Its Floating/Fixed Rate Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, Series 1985 (Cascade Development Company Project)

1387Res. 1387 PDF

4/5/1994

Relating To Suburban Cities Association Appointments To The Regional Committees Of The Metropolitan King County Council

1388Res. 1388 PDF

5/17/1994

Establishing Building Permit Fees And Building Permit Plan Review Fees

1389Res. 1389 PDF

5/17/1994

Relating To Thirteen (13) City-Owned Cabins And Appurtenant Facilities Located On Lake Fenwick Park Property Finding That An Emergency Exists, And Requiring The Immediate Demolition Of The Cabin Structure

1390Res. 1390 PDF

6/7/1994

Relating To The Correction Of A Backup Problem In A Portion Of The City’s Sewer System In The Vicinity Of Se 256th Street And 116th Avenue Se, Finding That An Emergency Exists, And Requiring The Immediate Construction Of A By- Pass To Provide Short-Term Relief By Diverting A Portion Of The City ’S Sewer System Away From That Portion Of The System Affected By This Problem.

1391Res. 1391 PDF

6/21/1994

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 45th Place South As Petitioned For By The Applicant, Maroel Investment Company, Owner Of Property Abutting Said Street Sought To Be Vacated, And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For August 2, 1994.

1392Res. 1392 PDF

6/21/1994

Endorsing The Goals And Objectives Of The Green/Duwamish Watershed Alliance

1393Res. 1393 PDF

7/5/1994

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of Sidewalks And Street Lighting Along S. 212th Street Between SR 167 And The Green River In Areas Where Those Facilities 00 Not Exist And To Create A Local Improvement District (LID 346) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (R-1395)

1394Res. 1394 PDF

7/19/1994

Determining That Certain Water System Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The- Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder

1395Res. 1395 PDF

7/19/1984

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of Sidewalks And Street Lighting Along S. 212th Street Between SR 167 And The Green River In Areas Where Those Facilities Do Not Exist, Including Minor Sewer And Water Improvements, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 346) To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefitted Thereby (Repealing - R. 1393) (Repealed By - R. 1402)

1396Res. 1396 PDF

7/19/1994

Directing The Finance Manager To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under L.I.D. 335

1397Res. 1397 PDF

7/19/1994

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For A Habitat Conservation Project To The Interagency Committee Wildlife Recreation Program (Development Of An Enhanced Wetland Site; The Green River Natural Resources Enhancement Area)

1398Res. 1398 PDF

7/19/1994

Directing The Finance Manager To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under L.I.D. 320

1399Res. 1399 PDF

8/2/1994

Adopting The 1995-2000 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan

1400Res. 1400 PDF

8/2/1994

Expressing Support For The Pacific Northwest Rail Corridor Passenger Service Objectives

1401Res. 1401 PDF

8/16/1994

Relating To Center Based Transit

1402Res. 1402 PDF

8/16/1994

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of Sidewalks And Street Lighting Along S. 212th Street Between SR 167 And The Green River In Areas Where Those Facilities Do Not Exist, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 346) (Repealing R. 1395)

1403Res. 1403 PDF

9/6/1994

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Widening Of South 218th Street From East Valley Highway East To SR 167, Including Water And Sewer Stub Extensions To Unserviced Property, And To Create A Local Improvement District (Lid 345)

1404Res. 1404 PDF

9/20/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Two Parcels From Assessment Number 45 Levied Under Lid 327 (A 1417)

1405Res. 1405 PDF

9/20/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Number 7 Levied Under Lid 330

1406Res. 1406 PDF

10/4/1994

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code (KCC) (A 1472; A 1497)

1407Res. 1407 PDF

10/4/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 45 Levied Under LID 327 {A-1418)’

1408Res. 1408 PDF

10/4/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate A Parcel From Assessment Number 46 Levied Under LID 327 {A-1419 )

1409Res. 1409 PDF

10/4/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6 Levied Under LID 330

1410Res. 1410 PDF

10/4/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 7 Levied Under LID 330

1411Res. 1411 PDF

10/4/1994

Opposing Valley Medical Center ’S Proposed Hospital DISTRICT TAX LID LIFT DUE TO THE PUBLIC SAFETY IMPACTS TO THE CITIZENS OF KENT AND NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES

1412Res. 1412 PDF

10/18/1994

Supporting Referendum 43, Relating To Funding For VIOLENCE REDUCTION AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS UNDER THE 1989 OMNIBUS ALCOHOL AND CONTROLLED SUBTANCE ACT

1413Res. 1413 PDF

11/15/1994

Ratifying The Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council Pursuant To The Growth Management Act

1414Res. 1414 PDF

12/13/1994

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Russell Road Between S. 228th Street And James Street In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For February 7, 1995

1415Res. 1415 PDF

12/13/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Numbers 45 And 46 As Levied Under LID 327

1416Res. 1416 PDF

12/13/1994

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6, 7 And 8 As Levied Under LID 330

1417Res. 1417 PDF

12/13/1994

Amending Resolution No. 1404, Which Segregated Assessment Number 45 Levied Under LID 327

1418Res. 1418 PDF

12/13/1994

Amending Resolution No. 1407, Which Segregated Assessment Number 45 Levied Under LID 327

1419Res. 1419 PDF

12/13/1994

Amending Resolution No.1408, Which Segregated Assessment Number 46 Levied Under LID 327

1420Res. 1420 PDF

1/17/1995

Relating To The Proposed Meridian Annexation, And Establishing The Council’s Current Pol Icy With Respect To Zoning And L And Use Within The Annexation Area

1421Res. 1421 PDF

2/7/1995

Regarding Vacation Of A Portion Of Titus Street Lying West Of 5th Avenue In The Ci Ty Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For March 7, 1995

1422Res. 1422 PDF

2/21/1995

Calling For A Special Election On Initiative Petition 101 Which Adds A New Chapter To Title 9 Of The Kent City Code (KCC)Entitled "Juvenile Safety And Family Reconciliation", Defining Duties And Responsibilities Of Parents/Guardians As Well As Juveniles; And Providing For The Penal Ties For Violations Thereof .

1423Res. 1423 PDF

3/7/1995

Stating That The City Will Not Certify The City Of SeaTac ’S Request For A Sanitary Sewer Connection To Metro ’S ULID 250 Trunk Sewer On South 212th Street

1424Res. 1424 PDF

4/4/1995

Relating To School Impact Fees

1425Res. 1425 PDF

4/4/1995

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 26th Place South, A Dedicated But Unopened Street, Lying West Of Pacific Highway I N The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 2, 1995

1426Res. 1426 PDF

4/18/1995

Authorizing The Mayor And Council President ’S Trip To Asia And Appointing An Acting Mayor Pro Tempore And Council President

1427Res. 1427 PDF

4/18/1995

Authorizing Application (S) For Funding Assistance For An Outdoor Recreation Or Habitat Conservation Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Marine Recreation Land Act Or The Washington Wildlife Recreation Program, As Applicable (MORRI LL PROPERTY - EAST HILL PARK EXPANSION PROJECT)

1428Res. 1428 PDF

5/2/1995

Adopting A Six Year Capital Improvement Plan For The City’s Drainage Utility, Establishing Budgets And Authorizing The Sale Of Either Councilmanic Or Storm Drainage Revenues

1429Res. 1429 PDF

5/16/1995

1995 Supporting Commuter Rail In A Revised System Master Plan To Be Submitted To The Voters

1430Res. 1430 PDF

5/16/1995

Repealing Resolution No. 1415, Which Directed The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Numbers 45 And 46 As Originally Levied Under LID 327, Combining Assessment Numbers 45 And 46, And Further Segregating The Newly Combined Amended Assessment Number 45 {R-1415}

1431Res. 1431 PDF

5/16/1995

Repealing Resolution No. 1416 Which Directed The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6, 7 And 8 As Originally Levied Under LID 330, Combining The Remainder Of Assessment Number 6, 7 And 8, And Further Segregating The Newly Combined Amended Assessment Number 6

1432Res. 1432 PDF

6/20/1995

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 71st Avenue South, An Existing Public Street, Lying Between So. 180th And 18lst Streets In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For August 1, 1995

1433Res. 1433 PDF

6/20/1995

Authorizing City Staff To Submit An Application To The Washington Utilities And Transportation Commission To Seek A Determination That An Above-Grade Rail Road Crossing Should Be Constructed As Part Of The City’s Proposed 196th Street Corridor

1434Res. 1434 PDF

6/20/1995

Adopting A Schedule Of Fees For Permits Under The Uniform Building Code, The Uniform Mechanical Code Uniform Plumbing Code And The Uniform Fire Code (R 1511)

1435Res. 1435 PDF

6/20/1995

Finding That A Portion Of The City’s Sewer System Is Failing, That An Emergency Exists, Authorizing The City’s Public Works Director To Take Any And All Acts Necessary To Remedy The Problem, And Ratifying All Acts Of The City Taken With Respect To This Problem Prior To The Passage Of This Resolution.

1436Res. 1436 PDF

7/5/1995

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6 Levied Under LID 330

1437Res. 1437 PDF

7/5/1995

Opposing Speech And Actions That Incite Discord And Disharmony Among People Having Different Backgrounds, Philosophies, And Cultures (HATE SPEECH)

1438Res. 1438 PDF

7/181995

Supporting The Placement Of Referendum 48 On The November General Election Ballot To Put Before The Voters The Issue Of Initiative 164, The “Private Property Regulatory Fairness Act”

1439Res. 1439 PDF

7/18/1995

Authorizing an Interfund Loan For The Purchase And Improvements Of The Saturday Market Facility

1440Res. 1440 PDF

8/1/1995

Expressing Support For The South King County Housing Forum’s Housing Workshop Of August 23, 1995

1441Res. 1441 PDF

8/1/1995

Endorsing The Growth Management Planning Council’s (GMPC) Housing Finance Task Force Recommendation For New Countywide Funding Sources For Affordable Housing

1442Res. 1442 PDF

9/5/1995

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 45 Levied Under L.I.D. 327

1443Res. 1443 PDF

9/5/1995

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6 Levied Under L.I.D. 330

1444Res. 1444 PDF

9/19/1995

Adopting The 1996-2001 Six Year Transportation Improvement Pl An

1445Res. 1445 PDF

9/19/1995

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue A Comprehensive Plan Amendment For The Area Known As The Meridian Annexation Area

1446Res. 1446 PDF

10/17/1995

Adopting The 1996-2001 Capital Facilities Plan

1447Res. 1447 PDF

11/7/1995

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute An Addendum To The Solid Waste Interlocal Agreement And Forum Interlocal Agreement With King County

1448Res. 1448 PDF

11/21/1995

Relating To The Meridian Annexation; Transfer Of Ownership And Operation Of Parks And Open Space To The City Of Kent, Washington

1449Res. 1449 PDF

1/2/1996

Kent City Council Stating Its Endorsement Of Kent As The "Wellness Capital Of America" And Encouraging The Establishment Of Wellness Oriented Medical Practices And Associated Businesses In The City Of Kent

1450Res. 1450 PDF

1/2/1996

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue And Amendment To The City Of Kent Comprehensive Plan To Adopt The Capital Facilities Plans Of School Districts Within City Boundaries As A Sub-Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan

1451Res. 1451 PDF

1/16/1996

Relating To The Kent Transit Shuttle Program

1452Res. 1452 PDF

2/6/1996

Relating To The Bidding, Award And Construction Of The City’s “Green River Natural Resources Enhancement Area Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Area” Project [R-1457]

1453Res. 1453 PDF

2/6/1996

Relating To The Designation Of Norman G. Angelo, Kent Fire Chief, As Being The Authorized Representative For Obtaining Federal And/Or Emergency Or Disaster Assistance Funds

1454Res. 1454 PDF

2/6/1996

Regarding The Vacation Of South 218th Street Lying West Of East Valley Highway, In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For March 19, 1996

1455Res. 1455 PDF

2/6/1996

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6 Levied Under L.I.D. 330

1456Res. 1456 PDF

2/20/1996

Relating To The Cleanup Of The Earth Works Park Detention And Settling Basin Facility, Finding That An Emergency Exists And Requiring The Immediate Cleanup Of The Basin

1457Res. 1457 PDF

2/20/1996

Relating To The Bidding, Award And Construction Of The City ’S "Green River Natural Resources Enhancement Area Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Area" Project

1458Res. 1458 PDF

3/5/1996

Relating To The Designation Of Norman G. Angelo, Kent Fire Chief, As Being The Authorized Representative For Obtaining Federal And/Or Emergency Or Disaster Assistance Funds

1459Res. 1459 PDF

3/5/1996

Ratifying The Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council Pursuant To The Growth Management Act

1460Res. 1460 PDF

3/5/1996

Expressing The City ’S Interest In Providing A Kent Shuttle Bus Program And Seeking Approval From Metropolitan King County Allowing The City To Provide The Program

1461Res. 1461 PDF

3/5/1996

Relating To Rules And Procedures For The City Council, City Council Meetings, Council Committee Meetings And Further Repealing Resolution No.1094 [R 1516]

1462Res. 1462 PDF

3/19/1996

Relating To International Trade And Foreign Relations Programs Entered Into By The City

1463Res. 1463 PDF

3/19/1996

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of SE 266th Street, A Dedicated, Unopened Public Street, Lying East Of 128th Ave SE In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 7, 1996

1464Res. 1464 PDF

3/19/1996

Approving The Issuance Of Tax-Exempt Nonrecourse Revenue Bonds Of King County Economic Enterprise Corporation For The Benefit Of NRG Barriers Pacific, Inc. Pursuant To RCW 39.84.060

1465Res. 1465 PDF

3/19/1996

Relating To Transportation And The City’s Proposed South 196th/200th Street Orillia Road To 84th Avenue South Corridor Project ("Proposed Action"): And Directing Further Action On The Final Design And Construction Of The Proposed Action

1466Res. 1466 PDF

4/2/1996

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Russell Road, A Dedicated, Opened Public Street, Lying Generally South Of The Southerly Right Of Way Line Of South 228th Street In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 7, 1996

1467Res. 1467 PDF

4/16/1996

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Installation Of A Traffic Signal At The Intersection Of West Meeker Street And Russel L Road And To Create A Local Improvement District

1468Res. 1468 PDF

4/16/1996

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided In Chapter 43.98A RCW, Washington Wildlife Recreation Program – Outdoor Recreation [Community Park On S.E. 248th, East Of 104th Avenue S.E.]

1469Res. 1469 PDF

4/16/1996

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of South 224th Street, A Dedicated, Opened Public Street, In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 21, 1996

1470Res. 1470 PDF

5/7/1996

Declaring An Emergency Under KCC Chapter 12.02 To Pursue An Amendment To The City Of Kent Comprehensive Pl An

1471Res. 1471 PDF

5/7/1996

Relating To Programming Of Channel 28, The City’s Government Cablecast Channel

1472Res. 1472 PDF

5/21/1996

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code

1473Res. 1473 PDF

5/21/1996

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of J.H. Patton Road Lying South Of Reith Road And North Of South 260th Street, In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For July 2, 1996

1474Res. 1474 PDF

5/21/1996

Relating To Authorization For Applications For Funding 13 Various City Projects From The Local And Critical Resources Categories Of Metropolitan King County ’S 1996 Parks, Recreation And Open Space Future Funding Initiative (KING COUNTY BOND ISSUE PROPOSED PROJECTS)

1475Res. 1475 PDF

6/4/1996

Regarding Re-Opening Of The Stampede Pass Railway Route And The Creation Of An Intermodal Hub Facility In Auburn, Washington, By Burlington Norther Santa Fe Railroad Company

1476Res. 1476 PDF

6/18/1996

Expressing Its Support Medicine Public Health For The Proposed Natural Clinic To Be Located In Kent

1477Res. 1477 PDF

7/2/1996

Directing The Finance, Director To Segregate Assessment Number 45 Levied Under L.I.D. 327

1478Res. 1478 PDF

7/2/1996

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 6 Levied Under L.I.D. 330

1479Res. 1479 PDF

8/20/1996

Supporting And Endorsing The Proposed Regional Transit Authority Ballot Measure

1480Res. 1480 PDF

9/3/1996

Adopting The 1997-2002 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan

1481Res. 1481 PDF

9/3/1996

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 5 Levied Under L.I.D. 330

1482Res. 1482 PDF

9/3/1996

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate Assessment Number 50 Levied Under L.I.D. 336

1483Res. 1483 PDF

10/1/1996

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Saar Street Lying East Of South Rai L Road Avenue, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 5, 1996

1484Res. 1484 PDF

10/1/1996

Ratifying The Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act

1485Res. 1485 PDF

10/15/1996

Urging Metropolitan King County To Implement A Fully Functional And Operational Judicial Facility Upon Opening The Regional Justice Center In The City Of Kent

1486Res. 1486 PDF

11/26/1996

Establishing A Policy For Leasing Vacant Space At The Centennial Center To Private Tenants

1487Res. 1487 PDF

1/7/1997

Imposing A Moratorium On The Issuance Of Land Use And Development Permits For Commercial Wireless Telecommunication Facilities

1488Res. 1488 PDF

3/18/1997

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of 64th Avenue South From Approximately 200 Feet North Of South 226th Street To South 216th Street, Including Miscellaneous Intersection Improvements At The Intersection Of 64th Avenue South And West Meeker Street And A Water Main Line Extension To Complete Water Main Loop On 64th Avenue South And Water And Sewer Stub Extensions To Unserviced Property, And To Create A Local Improvement District (LID 348)

1489Res. 1489 PDF

4/1/1997

Certifying That An Emergency Existed Requiring Immediate Repairs To A Portion Of The City ’S Sewer System And Ratifying All Prior Acts Related To The System ’S Repair

1490Res. 1490 PDF

5/6/1997

Establishing A Policy That Recognizes The Need For Regional Involvement On Wireless Telecommunications Issues And Authorizing Staff To Meet With Other South County Jurisdictions To Develop A Regional Coordinated Effort To Address The Development And Construction Of Wireless Telecommunications Facilities

1491Res. 1491 PDF

5/20/1997

Authorizing Application(S) For Funding Assistance For Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) As Provided In Chapter 43.98A RCW (SALT AIR HILLS PARK; LAND FOR VALLEY FLOOR WETLAND PROJECT; VALLEY FLOOR BALLFIELD PROJECT)

1492Res. 1492 PDF

7/1/1997

Authorizing Execution Of An Agreement Between The City Of Kent And King County Regarding A County-Wide Ballot Proposition For Funding Emergency Medical Services Pursuant To RCW 84.52.069, As Amended ; Concurring With The Recommendation To Establish An EMS Advisory Committee; And Encouraging Maintenance Of Existing County Fundi Ng Of The EMS Program

1493Res. 1493 PDF

7/1/1997

Determining That The Annexation Of Certain Unincorporated Territory Contiguous To The City, Generally Known As The "Green River Annexation Area" Is In The Best Interest And Welfare Of The City; Calling For An Election To Be Held To Submit To The Voters The Annexation Proposal ; Describing The Boundaries Of The Annexation Area; Stating The Approximate Number Of Voters Residing In The Annexation Area; Providing For City Payment Of The Cost Of The Annexation Election; Requiring That The Annexation Area Assume Its Proportionate Share Of The City ’S Existing Indebtedness And Including That Requirement In The Same Ballot Proposition Submitted To The Voters For Authorization Of The Annexation; And Causing The Annexation Area To Be Subject To The Interim Zoning Requirements For Newly Annexed Areas, As Provided In The Kent Ci Ty Code (KCC)

1494Res. 1494 PDF

8/5/1997

Repealing Resolution 1493, Which Authorized The Commencement Of The City’s Proposed Green River Annexation Process Under The Election Method Of Annexation, Terminating The "Notice Of Intention" Process With The King County Boundary Review Board, And Reaffirming The Formal Termination Of The Property Owner Petition Method Annexation Of The Green River Annexation Area

1495Res. 1495 PDF

8/19/1997

Adopting The 1998-2003 Six Year Transportation Improvement Pl An

1496Res. 1496 PDF

8/19/1997

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of South 238th Street, A Dedicated, Opened Street, Lying East Of Washington Avenue, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For October 7, 1997

1497Res. 1497 PDF

10/7/1997

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 I F The KCC

1498Res. 1498 PDF

10/7/1997

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue Comprehensive Pl An Amendments For The Areas Known As The Meridian Valley And Del Mar Annexation Areas

1499Res. 1499 PDF

10/21/1997

Regarding The Vacation Of A Dedicated, Unopened Portion Of Willis Street Lying West Of Scenic Way, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 18, 1997

1500Res. 1500 PDF

11/18/1997

Authorizing Application For Funding Assistance For A Conservation Easement/Restoration & Enhancement Project To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation As Provided By The Riparian Habitat Program {Mill Creek Between S. 220th Street & S. 216th Street & Between 76th Avenue South & 72nd Avenue South}

1501Res. 1501 PDF

12/9/1997

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An B" Sanitary Sewer System LID 349Along Se 223rd Street From Approximately 113th Avenue Se To 114th Place Se, With 611 Side Sewer Stubs And Related Improvements, And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On January 6, 1998 - LID 349

1502Res. 1502 PDF

12/9/1997

Regarding The Vacation Of A Dedicated, Open Portion Of South 188TH Street Located Between 80th Place South And 80th Avenue South, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For January 20, 1998

1503Res. 1503 PDF

12/9/1997

Authorizing, With Conditions, A County-Wide Ballot Proposition For Funding Emergency Medical Services Pursuant To RCW 84.52.069, As Amended; And Encouraging Maintenance Of Funding Of The Ems Program

1504Res. 1504 PDF

2/3/1998

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An B" Sanitary Sewer System In And Near The "Big K" Addition Of The City, With Side Sewer Stubs And Related Improvements, 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 Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On March 3, 1998 [Lid 350]

1505Res. 1505 PDF

2/17/1998

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 42nd Avenue South, A Dedicated, Open Street, North Of Its Intersection With South 216th Street, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For March 17, 1998

1506Res. 1506 PDF

2/17/1998

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue An Amendment To Comprehensive Plan The Capital Facilities Element Of The Kent Comprehensive Plan, Incorporating The Capital Facilities Plans Of The Kent 0961 Growth Management Act And Federal Way School Districts For 1998

1507Res. 1507 PDF

2/17/1998

Relating To The RTA Station Site For Downtown Kent And The Kent Downtown Strategic Action Plan

1508Res. 1508 PDF

4/21/1998

Relating To The Closure Of Access From 110th Avenue Southeast, A Private Road, Onto Southeast 274th Street In The City Of Kent And Relinquishment Of Rights The City May Have In Certain Property Designated "Tract X" In A King County Subdivision Plat And Also Relinquishing Any Rights The City May Have To A County Road Improvement District Project Affecting That Same Tract X.

1509Res. 1509 PDF

5/5/1998

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An Arterial Corridor From The Green River At S. 200th Street Northeasterly Along Russell Road To S. 196th Street And Then Easterly Along S. 196th Street To The East Valley Highway, And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On June 2, 1998.

1510Res. 1510 PDF

8/4/1998

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 32nd Avenue South, A Dedicated, Unopened Street, South Of Its Terminus At The I-5/Kent-Des Moines Road Interchange, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For September 15, 1998.

1511Res. 1511 PDF

8/4/1998

Adopting A Schedule Of Fees For Permits Under The Uniform Building Code, The Uniform Mechanical Code, The Uniform Plumbing Code And The Uniform Fire Code. {R-1434} {Repealed By R-1559}

1512Res. 1512 PDF

8/18/1998

Relating To A Code Of Ethics For City Council Members, Expressing Its Commitment To Operate Within A Code Of Ethics To Protect The Public Trust And Ensure Public Confidence In The Conduct Of Its Members.

1513Res. 1513 PDF

9/1/1998

Regarding A Comprehensive Plan Amendment To Amend The Land Use Element Relating To Mixed Use Development, And Further Declaring An Emergency For A Comprehensive Plan Amendment Pursuant To Chapter 12.02 Of The Kent City Code.

1514Res. 1514 PDF

10/6/1998

Approving The Action Of The State Of Washington Economic Development Finance Authority And The Issuance Of Non-Recourse Revenue Bonds To Finance An Economic Development Facility For Schober, Inc./Vectra, LLC, And Providing For Other Matters Property Relating Thereto.

1515Res. 1515 PDF

10/20/1998

Adopting The 1999-2004 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1516Res. 1516 PDF

10/20/1998

Relating To Rules And Procedures For The City Council, City Council Meetings, Council Committee Meetings And Further Repealing Resolution No. 1461. {R-1461} {R-1562}

1517Res. 1517 PDF

11/3/1998

Repealing Resolution No. 1030 Relating To Procedures For Disposal Of Surplus Property. {R-1030}

1518Res. 1518 PDF

11/3/1998

Relating To The Formation Of A Sister City Relationship Between The City Of Kent, And The Borough Of Castlereagh, Northern Ireland.

1519Res. 1519 PDF

11/3/1998

Relating To The Sale Of Electricity Generated At The Federal Dams On The Columbia River And Its Tributaries As Proposed By The Bonneville Power Administration ("BPA"), And To The Impacts Of The Proposed Allocation On Residential And Small Farm Customers.

1520Res. 1520 PDF

11/3/1998

Relating To Adult Retail Establishments; Imposing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Business License Or Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Adult Retail Establishments.

1521Res. 1521 PDF

11/17/1998

Relating To Adult Retail Establishments; Adopting Findings Of Fact And Continuing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Business License Or Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Adult Retail Establishments.

1522Res. 1522 PDF

11/17/1998

Addressing The Proposed 1999 King County Government Budget.

1523Res. 1523 PDF

12/8/1998

Approving The Change Of Control Of The Cable Communications Franchise.

1524Res. 1524 PDF

12/8/1998

Establishing A Fee Schedule For Planning And Land Use Applications Filed With The City Of Kent.

1525Res. 1525 PDF

2/2/1999

Imposing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Business License Or Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Food Or Drink Establishments Conducting Commercial Stimulant Card Games.

1526Res. 1526 PDF

3/2/1999

Adopting Findings Of Fact And Continuing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Business License Or Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Food Or Drink Establishments Conducting Commercial Stimulant Card Games

1527Res. 1527 PDF

3/2/1999

Reaffirming The City’s Promise To Guarantee The Kent Public Development Authority Loan To Be Obtained By That Authority For The Purpose Of Developing The Landmark Lumberman Barn Site As The Permanent Location Of The Kent Downtown Market

1528Res. 1528 PDF

4/6/1999

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of Storm Sewer Drainage System On 1st, 3rd And 5th Avenues South, North Of South 259th Street In South Kent And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On May 4, 1999 (LID 352)

1529Res. 1529 PDF

4/6/1999

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In CH.43.98A RCW {Chestnut Ridge Neighborhood}

1530Res. 1530 PDF

4/6/1999

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided In Ch. 43.98A RCW {Valley Floor Ballfield Acquisition}

1531Res. 1531 PDF

4/6/1999

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided In Ch. 43.98A RCW

1532Res. 1532 PDF

4/6/1999

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided Ch. 43.98A RCW {Snow Property}

1533Res. 1533 PDF

4/6/1999

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW

1534Res. 1534 PDF

4/20/1999

Relating To Adult Retail Establishments; Adopting Findings Of Fact And Renewing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Business License Or Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Adult Retail Establishments.

1535Res. 1535 PDF

4/20/1999

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 188th Street South, A Dedicated, Unopened Street, Between That Street’s Intersections With 80th Avenue And 80th Place South, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 18, 1999

1536Res. 1536 PDF

4/20/1999

Imposing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Billboards{SEE ALSO: R-1537}

1537Res. 1537 PDF

5/4/1999

Adopting Findings Of Fact And Continuing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Billboards

1538Res. 1538 PDF

5/4/1999

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 125th Place SE, A Dedicated, Unopened Street Lying Immediately North Of SE 270th Street, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For June 15, 1999

1539Res. 1539 PDF

5/4/1999

Directing The Mayor To Prepare And Submit To The City Council Revisions To The City’s Subdivision Regulations, Development Standards, And Other Policies And Codes Necessary To Implement Neighborhood Traffic Control, Enhanced Pedestrian Access, And Vehicular Speed Reduction In New Subdivisions In The City

1540Res. 1540 PDF

5/18/1999

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 40th Avenue South, A Dedicated, Open Street Lying Generally South Of That Street’s Intersection With 37th Place South And 40th Place South, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For July 6, 1999

1541Res. 1541 PDF

6/1/1999

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW

1542Res. 1542 PDF

6/1/1999

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 32nd Avenue South, A Dedicated, Unopened Street Lying Generally North Of That Street’s Intersection With South 240th Street, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For July 6, 1999.

1543Res. 1543 PDF

6/1/1999

Relating To The Kent Downtown Market Public Development Authority, Approving The Terms And Conditions Of The Construction Loan For The Redevelopment Of The Lumberman’s Barn Site, Approving The City’s Guarantee Of The Loan, Authorizing An Assignment Of Rents Provision In Favor Of The Lender Under The Loan, And Authorizing The City’s Director Of Operations To Sign The Loan Documents On Behalf Of The City

1544Res. 1544 PDF

6/15/1999

Establishing A Policy For The Use Of The City’s Government Access Cable Television Channel For Election Information For The Positions Of Kent City Council Member, Mayor, And For Certain Ballot Measures Placed Before The Voters

1545Res. 1545 PDF

7/6/1999

Authorizing The City To Terminate Its Membership In The Interlocal Agreement To Participate In The Work Plan Of The Human Services Roundtable

1546Res. 1546 PDF

7/6/1999

Enacting And Adopting A "Neighborhood Traffic Control Program" To Better Respond To Neighborhood Traffic Control Problems

1547Res. 1547 PDF

7/20/1999

Approving The Action Of The State Of Washington Economic Development Finance Authority And The Issuance Of Non-Recourse Revenue Bonds To Finance An Economic Development Facility For Pyramid Plastics LLC ("The Company"), And Providing For Other Matters Property Relating Thereto

1548Res. 1548 PDF

8/3/1999

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 272nd Street, A Dedicated, Opened Street Lying Generally West Of That Street’s Intersection With Kent Kangley Road And 132nd Avenue S.E., And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For September 7, 1999

1549Res. 1549 PDF

8/3/1999

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Hawley Road, A Dedicated, Unopened Street Lying Generally South Of Willis Street (SR 516), North Of The Green River And West Of Washington Avenue (A/K/A West Valley Highway), And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For September 7, 1999

1550Res. 1550 PDF

8/17/1999

Adopting The 2000 – 2005 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan

1551Res. 1551 PDF

8/17/1999

Supporting And Implementing Programs And/Or Policies That Will Enhance The Safety Of Domestic Violence Survivors (Including Children) And Attempt To Hold Abusers Accountable

1552Res. 1552 PDF

8/17/1999

Opposing Any Increase In Train Speeds On The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Mainline Through The City Of Kent Until Acceptable Public Safety Modifications Have Been Made At All Crossings; And Further Opposing Any Closure Of The Titus Street Crossing Of The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Mainline In The City Of Kent

1553Res. 1553 PDF

9/7/1999

Supporting The Alignment Of Light Rail Consistent With State And Regional Growth Management Policies

1554Res. 1554 PDF

9/7/1999

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue An Amendment To The Capital Facilities Element Of The Kent Comprehensive Plan, Incorporating The Capital Facilities Plans Of The Kent And Federal Way School Districts For 1999

1555Res. 1555 PDF

10/5/1999

Relating To Adult Retail Establishments; Adopting Findings Of Fact And Renewing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Business License Or Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Adult Retail Establishments

1556Res. 1556 PDF

10/5/1999

Relating To Billboards Adopting Findings Of Fact Renewing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For And The Issuance Of Any Building, Land Use, Or Development Permit Or Approval For Billboards

1557Res. 1557 PDF

11/16/1999

Ratifying Approval To A Change Of Control Of The Contractor And Approving An Assignment Of The Solid Waste Collection And Disposal, Commercial Recycling And Processing, And General Contract

1558Res. 1558 PDF

11/16/1999

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of The South 272nd/277th Street Corridor Improvements Project 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 Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council Public Works Committee To Be Held On December 13, 1999

1559Res. 1559 PDF

11/16/1999

Adopting A New Schedule Of Fees For Permits Under The Uniform Building Code, The Uniform Mechanical Code, The Uniform Plumbing Code, The Uniform Fire Code, And Related Codes

1560Res. 1560 PDF

1/4/2000

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute Applications For Grants, Acquire Rights-Of-Way And Other Property Interests By Lease Or Purchase For City Public Works Projects, And To Adopt Dedications Of Land And Other Property Interests Relating To Land Use Development In The City.

1561Res. 1561 PDF

1/18/2000

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Land Near South 196th Street And 58th Place South, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For February 15, 2000.

1562Res. 1562 PDF

1/18/2000

Relating To Rules And Procedures For The City Council, City Council Meetings, Council Committee Meetings And Further Repealing Resolution No. 1516

1563Res. 1563 PDF

2/15/2000

Adopting A Wellhead Protection Program To Assist With The Protection And Preservation Of The City Of Kent’s Drinking Water Sources.

1564Res. 1564 PDF

3/21/2000

Approving The Formation Of The Valley Communications Center Development Authority.

1565Res. 1565 PDF

5/2/2000

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW.

1566Res. 1566 PDF

5/2/2000

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW.

1567Res. 1567 PDF

5/2/2000

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW.

1568Res. 1568 PDF

5/2/2000

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW.

1569Res. 1569 PDF

5/2/2000

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW.

1570Res. 1570 PDF

5/2/2000

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Youth Athletic Facility Account Program (YAFA) As Provided For In Ch. 79A.25 RCW.

1571Res. 1571 PDF

5/16/2000

Regarding The Port Of Seattle’s SeaTac International Airport Part 150 Noise And Land Use Compatibility Study As It Relates To South Flow Traffic Patterns From SeaTac International Airport.

1572Res. 1572 PDF

5/16/2000

Approving The Action Of The State Of Washington Economic Development Finance Authority And The Issuance Of Non-Recourse Revenue Bonds To Finance An Economic Development Facility For Pacific Coast Feather Company ("The Company"), And Providing For Other Matters Properly Relating Thereto.

1573Res. 1573 PDF

7/18/2000

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1574Res. 1574 PDF

7/18/2000

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue An Amendment To The Kent Comprehensive Plan, Incorporating Policies Relating To Urban Separators.

1575Res. 1575 PDF

8/15/2000

Adopting The 2001 - 2006 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1576Res. 1576 PDF

10/3/2000

Relating To Urban Separators; Imposing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For Any Land Use Permit Or Approval For Subdivisions, Short Plats, Or Any Other Similar Application That Increases The Number Of Lots And/Or Density On Property Located Within The Currently Established Urban Separators, As Identified In The Soos Creek Community Plan, And In Areas Proposed For Inclusion As An Urban Separator In The City Of Kent.

1577Res. 1577 PDF

11/7/2000

Adopting Findings Of Fact And Continuing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For Any Land Use Permit Or Approval For Subdivisions, Short Plats, Or Any Other Similar Application That Increases The Number Of Lots And/Or Density On Property Located Within The City Of Kent That Is Designated As An Urban Separator By King County, And In Areas Being Considered By The City Of Kent For Inclusion In An Urban Separator.

1578Res. 1578 PDF

11/7/2000

Regarding The Vacation Of Portions Of S. 181st Street And 71st Avenue South, Existing Public Streets, Lying Generally Southeast Of The Intersection Of SR 181 (West Valley Highway) And S. 180th Street, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For December 12, 2000.

1579Res. 1579 PDF

12/12/2000

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of The Meeker Street Widening And Washington Avenue HOV Lanes Improvements Project And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On January 2, 2001.

1580Res. 1580 PDF

12/12/2000

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 155th Avenue SE (As Shown On "The Edwall A. Rask Addition," (King County Recording No. 4453187) And Generally Known As 1541h Avenue SE) And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For January 16, 2001.

1581A

12/12/2000

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Real Property Purchase And Sale Agreement For The Acquisition Of The Site Of Borden Chemical, Inc. And To Execute An Agreement With King County To Provide Financing

1581B

1/2/2001

Regarding The Vacation Of An Existing Alley Tight-Of-Way Lying Generally Between And Parallel To 1st And 2nd Avenue, Running From Smith Street On The West To Temperance Street On The East, In Order To Construct A Parking Garage On Property Owned By Sound Transit, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Alley Vacation For February 6, 2001.

1582Res. 1582 PDF

1/16/2001

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code.

1583Res. 1583 PDF

3/20/2001

Relating To Urban Separators Adopting Findings Of Fact And Renewing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For Any Land Use Permit Or Approval For Subdivisions, Short Plats, Or Any Other Similar Application That Increases The Number Of Lots And/Or Density On Property Located Within The City Of Kent That Is Designated As An Urban Separator By King County, And In Areas Being Considered By The City Of Kent For Inclusion In An Urban Separator.

1584Res. 1584 PDF

3/20/2001

Relating To The Water Utility And Declaring An Emergency Because Reduced Rainfall And A Probable Drought Constitute An Unforeseen Circumstance Beyond The City’s Control That Presents A Real And Immediate Threat To The Proper Performance Of The City’s Water System, And Providing For: (1) The Expedited Construction And Installation Of An Additional Pump Motor At Kent Springs; (2) The Drilling Of A Replacement Well And The Installation Of Pumps And All Necessary Appurtenances At 212th Street Well Site; (3) The Reconstruction Of A New Intertie With The City Of Auburn In The Vicinity Of 277th And 78th Avenue; (4) The Reconstruction A New Intertie With Soos Creek Water And Sewer District In The Vicinity Of 114th Way And 228th Block; And (5) The Waiving Of Competitive Bid Requirements.

1585Res. 1585 PDF

4/3/2001

Relating To Modification Of Boundaries Along A Portion Of 42nd Avenue South And Authorizing An Agreement With The City Of SeaTac To Adjust The Common Boundary Lines Along Said Right-Of-Way, Pursuant To RCW 35.13.310.

1586Res. 1586 PDF

5/1/2001

Regarding The Designation Of Residential Target Areas For Limited Property Tax Exemption, And Setting The Public Hearing To Consider Designation Of Residential Target Areas For June 5, 2001.

1587Res. 1587 PDF

5/1/2001

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue An Amendment To The Kent Comprehensive Plan, Incorporating Policies Relating To Agricultural Lands.

1588Res. 1588 PDF

5/1/2001

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of The Unimproved Right-Of-Way That Exists At 1271h Avenue SE, Lying Generally Within The North Half Of The North Half Of The Southwest Quarter Of The Northeast Quarter Of Section 28, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, W.M. In King County, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For June 19, 2001.

1589Res. 1589 PDF

5/15/2001

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW. East Hill Extreme Park Acquisition)

1590Res. 1590 PDF

5/15/2001

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW. (Service Club Ballfield Acquisition)

1591Res. 1591 PDF

5/15/2001

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 43.98A RCW. (Turnkey Park Acquisition)

1592Res. 1592 PDF

6/5/2001

Declaring Property Purchased For Utility Purposes Surplus And Authorizing Its Sale To The Highest Bidder.

1593Res. 1593 PDF

6/5/2001

Authorizing Execution Of An Agreement Between The City Of Kent And King County Regarding A County-Wide Ballot Proposition For Funding Emergency Medical Services Pursuant To RCW 84.52.069, As Amended; Concurring With The Recommendation To Establish An EMS Advisory Committee; And Encouraging Maintenance Of Existing County Funding Of The EMS Program.

1594Res. 1594 PDF

6/5/2001

Amending The Fee Schedule For Planning And Land Use Applications Filed With The City Of Kent.

1595Res. 1595 PDF

6/19/2001

Confirming Fulfillment Of The Franchise Obligation Of TCI Cablevision Of Washington, Inc. Known As AT&T Broadband To Provide, Maintain, And Operate A Public Access Facility.

1596Res. 1596 PDF

6/19/2001

Relating To The Demarco Annexation And Declaring An Emergency To Amend The Comprehensive Plan Because The Land Use And Zoning Designations For The Annexation Area Are Issues Of Community-Wide Significance That Promote The Public Health, Safety, And General Welfare.

1597Res. 1597 PDF

7/3/2001

Approving The Action Of The State Of Washington Economic Development Finance Authority To Issue Non-Recourse Revenue Bonds To Finance An Economic Development Facility For RMI Investors, LLC, And Providing For Other Properly Related Matters.

1598Res. 1598 PDF

7/17/2001

Adopting “Best Management Practices” For The Maintenance Of The City’s Street And Utility Systems, To Promote The Conservation And Protection Of Threatened Or Endangered Species.

1599Res. 1599 PDF

7/17/2001

Relating To Agricultural Lands; Imposing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For Any Land Use Permit Or Approval For Subdivisions, Short Plats, Or Any Other Similar Application That Increases The Number Of Lots And/Or Density On Property Located Within The Currently Zoned A1 And AG Agricultural Lands, As Identified In The Zoning Map Of The City Of Kent.

1600Res. 1600 PDF

8/21/2001

Establishing A Policy For The Use Of The City’s Government Access Cable Television Channel For Election Information For All Elected Positions, And For Certain Ballot Measures Placed Before The Voters And Further Repealing Resolution No. 1544. (Repealed By 1980)

1601Res. 1601 PDF

9/4/2001

Adopting The 2002 - 2007 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1602Res. 1602 PDF

9/4/2001

Relating To Agricultural Lands; Adopting Findings Of Fact And Continuing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For Any Land Use Permit Or Approval For Subdivisions, Short Plats, Or Any Other Similar Application That Increases The Number Of Lots And/Or Density On Property Located Within The Currently Zoned A-1 And AG Agricultural Lands, As Identified In The Zoning Map Of The City Of Kent.

1603Res. 1603 PDF

9/4/2001

Authorizing Segregation Of Assessment No. 162 As Originally Levied Under LID†351, Ordinance No. 3513, Into Five Parcels.

1604Res. 1604 PDF

9/18/2001

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of S. 206th Street, Lying Generally In The Southeast Quarter Of The Southeast Quarter Of Section 1, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. In King County, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 20, 2001.

1605Res. 1605 PDF

9/18/2001

Implementing Enhanced Review Procedures Under The State Environmental Policy Act In Response To The Listing Of Endangered, Threatened, And Candidate Species Under The Endangered Species Act.

1606Res. 1606 PDF

10/2/2001

(1) Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of S. 206th Street, Lying Generally In The Southeast Quarter Of The Southeast Quarter Of Section 1, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. In King County; (2) Repealing Resolution No. 1604, Which Originally Set The Public Hearing On This Petition More Than 60 Days From The Passage Date Of The Resolution; And (3) Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 20, 2001, Which Is Less Than 60 Days And More Than 20 Days From The Passage Of This Resolution.

1607Res. 1607 PDF

10/2/2001

Relating To The Proposal Of The Washington State Redistricting Commission To Redraw The Boundary Lines For Federal Congressional Districts And State Legislative Districts And The Impacts To The City Of Kent By Placing It Into The 7th Congressional District.

1608Res. 1608 PDF

10/2/2001

Commemorating And Honoring The Victims Of The Terrorist Attacks On The United States Of America, Which Occurred On September 11, 2001.

1609Res. 1609 PDF

1/2/2002

Relating To Agricultural Lands; Adopting Findings Of Fact Renewing A Moratorium On The Acceptance Of Applications For Any Land Use Permit Or Approval For Subdivisions, Short Plats, Or Any Other Similar Application That Increases The Number Of Lots And/Or Density On Property Located Within The Currently Zoned A1 And AG Agricultural Lands, As Identified In The Zoning Map Of The City Of Kent.

1610Res. 1610 PDF

2/19/2002

Adopting The Final 2001 King County Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan.

1611Res. 1611 PDF

4/2/2002

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Surplus SR 516 In The Southwest Quarter Of The Northeast Quarter Of Section 22, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 7, 2002.

1612Res. 1612 PDF

4/16/2002

Amending Resolution No. 1611, Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Surplus SR 516 In The Southwest Quarter Of The Northeast Quarter Of Section 22, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. In King County; Wherein The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation Should Be Held On May 21, 2002, Rather Than The May†7, 2002, Date Previously Noted On The Resolution.

1613Res. 1613 PDF

4/16/2002

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 79A.10 And 79A.15 RCW.

1614Res. 1614 PDF

4/16/2002

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 79A.10 And 79A.15 RCW.

1615Res. 1615 PDF

4/16/2002

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 79A.10 And 79A.15 RCW.

1616Res. 1616 PDF

4/16/2002

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 79A.10 And 79A.15 RCW.

1617Res. 1617 PDF

4/16/2002

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance Pursuant To The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program As Provided For In Ch. 79A.10 And 79A.15 RCW.

1618Res. 1618 PDF

5/7/2002

Amending Resolution No. 1612, Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Surplus SR 516 In The Southwest Quarter Of The Northeast Quarter Of Section 22, Township 22 North, Range 4 East, W.M. In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For June 18, 2002.

1619Res. 1619 PDF

5/7/2002

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of SE 266th Street Right-Of-Way Between 128th Avenue SE And 132nd Avenue SE, Lying Within The Northeast Quarter Of The Southeast Quarter Of Section 28, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, W.M. In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For June 18, 2002.

1620Res. 1620 PDF

6/18/2002

Relating To Consent Of TCI Cablevision Of Washington, Inc. Change Of Control.

1621Res. 1621 PDF

7/2/2002

Determining That Certain Water System Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder.

1622Res. 1622 PDF

7/16/2002

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Smith Street And Thompson, Lying Between The Northerly Production Of The West Line Of Lot 11 In Block A In Meeker’s Supplemental Plat First Addition, In Volume 5, Page 96, Produced To The North Line Of Said Smith Street, And The West Of The West Line Of SR 167; And Also That Portion Of Thompson Street, Lying Within Said Plat Lying North Of The Easterly Production Of The South Line Of Lot 15 In Said Block “A” Produced To The East Line Of Said Thompson Street In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For August 20, 2002.

1623Res. 1623 PDF

7/16/2002

Supporting A King County Charter Amendment To Reduce The Size Of The King County Council From Thirteen (13) To Nine (9) Members.

1624Res. 1624 PDF

7/16/2002

Amending Resolution No. 1049, Which Established A Policy And Procedure For The Naming Of City Parks And Public Facilities.

1625Res. 1625 PDF

8/6/2002

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of The West 576.71 Feet Of Temperance Street As Dedicated Within The Plat Of Ramsey’ Addition In Volume 16 Of Plats, Page 89 Recorded In King County, Washington Except The West 12.88 Feet Thereof; And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For September 17, 2002.

1626Res. 1626 PDF

8/20/2002

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of The South 228th Street Extension With A Bridge Over The Green River, From 54th Avenue South To Military Road, Additional Improvements To Military Road, Sanitary Sewer Improvements Between 42nd Avenue South And Military Road And Sidewalk And Street Lighting On 76th Avenue South/4th Avenue North Between South 220th Street And SR 167 And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On September 17, 2002.

1627Res. 1627 PDF

9/3/2002

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1628Res. 1628 PDF

10/1/2002

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Thompson Street Lying Within The Plat Of Meeker’s Supplemental Plat First Addition, In Volume 5, Page 96, Lying South Of The Easterly Production Of The South Line Of Lot 15, Block “A” Produced To The East Line Of Said Street And Lying North Of The North Line Of Harrison Street In King County, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 5, 2002.

1629Res. 1629 PDF

10/1/2002

Relating To Acceptance Of A Deed From The Washington State Parks And Recreation Commission For The Commission’s Ownership Interest In Vandoren’s Park.

1630Res. 1630 PDF

10/1/2002

Relating To Acceptance Of A Deed From The Washington State Parks And Recreation Commission For The Commission’s Ownership Interest In The Old Fishing Hole.

1631Res. 1631 PDF

10/15/2002

Adopting The 2003-2008 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1632Res. 1632 PDF

10/15/2002

Indicating Support For Referendum 51, The Statewide Transportation Investment Package On The November 2002, General-Election Ballot.

1633Res. 1633 PDF

11/5/2002

Amending Resolution No. 1562 Relating To Rules And Procedures For The City Council, City Council Meetings, Council Committee Meetings.

1634Res. 1634 PDF

2/4/2003

Regarding The Vacation Of The Portion Of SE 266th Street Right-Of-Way Between 128th Avenue SE And 132nd Avenue SE, Lying Within The Northeast Quarter Of The Southeast Quarter Of Section 28, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, W.M. In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For March 18, 2003.

1635Res. 1635 PDF

2/18/2003

Regarding The Vacation Of The Portion Of South 181st Street And 71st Avenue South, All Being Within The Section 36, Township 23 North, Range 4 East, W.M. In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For April 1, 2003.

1636Res. 1636 PDF

4/1/2003

Relating To The Establishment Of A Sister City Affiliation Between The City Of Kent And The City Of El Grullo, Jalisco, Mexico.

1637Res. 1637 PDF

4/1/2003

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Madison Avenue And Harrison Street Within The Plat Of Guibersons Addition In Volume 14 Of Plats, Page 49, Lying South Of Smith Street And East Of Lincoln Avenue In King County; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For May 20, 2003.

1638Res. 1638 PDF

5/6/2003

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Southeast 278th Street In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For June 17, 2003.

1639Res. 1639 PDF

5/20/2003

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of South 259th Place In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For July 1, 2003.

1640Res. 1640 PDF

5/20/2003

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Federal Funding Assistance For A Wildlife And Recreation Program (WWRP) As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1641Res. 1641 PDF

5/20/2003

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Federal Funding Assistance For A Wildlife And Recreation Program (WWRP) As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1642Res. 1642 PDF

5/20/2003

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Federal Funding Assistance For A Land And Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) Program As Provided In The LWCF Act Of 1965, As Amended.

1643Res. 1643 PDF

6/3/2003

Supporting A Petition To Locate A Trader Joe’s Specialty Grocery Store In Downtown Kent.

1644Res. 1644 PDF

6/3/2003

Directing Administration To Establish The Goal Of Achieving An Increase In City Employee Contributions To Health Care Benefit Premiums To 20% Of Each Employee’s Total Premium Cost By The Year 2006.

1645Res. 1645 PDF

6/17/2003

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An 8” Sanitary Sewer System With 6” Side Sewer Stubs To The Right Of Way Line Or Easement Line And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On July†15, 2003. (LID 355)

1646Res. 1646 PDF

6/17/2003

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue An Amendment To The Kent Comprehensive Plan And Zoning Map, Establishing The Initial Comprehensive Plan And Zoning Designations For Previously Undesignated City-Owned Property. (Comprehensive Plan amendment - Impound Reservoir Property)

1647Res. 1647 PDF

7/1/2003

Determining That Certain Public Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder. Surplus Property - Water System Utility Equipment

1648Res. 1648 PDF

7/1/2003

Expressing The City’s Commitment To The State-Wide Effort To Recruit The Final Assembly Of The Boeing Company’s 7E7 Next Generation Commercial Jetliner In Washington State, To Keep Boeing Company’s Manufacturing Facilities In Puget Sound, And To Sustain Boeing Company’s Rank As The Top Commercial Airplane Maker In The World. the Boeing Company’s 737 Project

1649Res. 1649 PDF

7/15/2003

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An 8” Sanitary Sewer System With 6” Side Sewer Stubs To The Right-Of-Way Line And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On August 19, 2003.

1650Res. 1650 PDF

8/5/2003

Regarding King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council Pursuant To The Growth Management Act. Countywide Planning Policy Amendments 2003

1651Res. 1651 PDF

8/19/2003

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An 8” Sanitary Sewer System With 6” Side Sewer Stubs To The Property Line For Each Of The Six (6) Properties Included In The Proposed Local Improvement District, To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On September 16, 2003. Proposed LID 357, 120th Place SE Sanitary Sewer - Set hering Date

1652Res. 1652 PDF

8/19/2003

Adopting Findings Of Fact, Conclusions Of Law, And A Decision Regarding The Quasi-Judicial, Closed Record Appeal Of The Kent Station Preliminary Plat File No. SU-2002-9. Kent Station Preliminary Plat Appeal findings and Conclusions.

1653Res. 1653 PDF

9/2/2003

Amending Resolution No. 1200 To Clarify Use Of City Credit Cards To Include Authorized Non-Travel Related Purchases. City Credit Cards - Authorized Uses Amending Resolution No. 1200

1654Res. 1654 PDF

9/16/2003

Adopting The 2004-2009 Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1655Res. 1655 PDF

10/7/2003

Adopting Findings Of Fact, Conclusions Of Law, And A Decision Regarding The Quasi-Judicial, Closed Record Appeal Of The Qwest Conditional Use Permit, File No. CE-2001-3. QWEST Conditional Use Permit Appeal Findings, Conclusions, and Decision.

1656Res. 1656 PDF

10/7/2003

Adopting The City’s 2003-2008 Economic Development Strategic Plan. 2003-2008 Economic Development Strategic Plan

1657Res. 1657 PDF

10/21/2003

Determining That Certain Public Utility Real Property Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Real Property, And Authorizing The Execution Of A Purchase And Sale Agreement. Surplus Property - Impoundment Reservoir

1658Res. 1658 PDF

11/18/2003

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance For A Youth Athletic Facilities Program (YAF) Project As Provided In Ch. 79A.25 RCW. Glenn Nelson Park Improvements

1659Res. 1659 PDF

11/18/2003

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance For A Youth Athletic Facilities Program (YAF) Project As Provided In Chapter 79A.25 RCW. Kent Memorial Park Maintenance

1660Res. 1660 PDF

11/18/2003

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Funding Assistance For A Youth Athletic Facilities Program (YAF) Project As Provided In Ch. 79A.25 RCW. Uplands Playfield Maintenance

1661Res. 1661 PDF

12/9/2003

Supporting The Washington State Adoption And Implementation Of The Streamlined Sales Tax Agreement, Provided That The State Also 1) Ensures A Full Mitigation Or “Hold Harmless” Method Is Put In Place For Sourcing-Impacted Cities; And 2) Utilizes A Timeline That Is Fully Linked, Or More Closely Linked, To Congressional Authorization Of Internet And Catalog Sales Taxes.

1662Res. 1662 PDF

12/9/2003

Acknowledging And Recognizing The Mexican Consular Identification Card, Or Matricula Consular, As A Valid Form Of Identification For City Services, And Recommending That Private Agencies And Institutions Conducting Business Within The City Also Acknowledge And Recognize The Matricula Consular As A Valid Form Of Identification, When Doing So Will Not Conflict With State Or Federal Law. Mexican Matricula Consular - Recognition and recommendation.

1663Res. 1663 PDF

1/6/2004

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue A Revision Of The Kent Comprehensive Plan To Ensure Compliance With RCW 36.70A.

1664Res. 1664 PDF

1/20/2004

Declaring Approximately 18.2 Acres Of City Owned Property In Downtown Kent, Generally Known As The “Kent Station” Property, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs, And Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into A Purchase And Sale Agreement To Sell, In One Or More Phases, The “Kent Station” Property To Kent Station, L.L.C., A Washington Limited Liability Company.

1665Res. 1665 PDF

1/20/2004

Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into A Development Agreement With Kent Station, L.L.C. For The Kent Station Property.

1666Res. 1666 PDF

1/20/2004

Stating The City’s Commitment To Ensure Pedestrian Connections Between Kent Station And The Historic Kent Downtown Along The 2nd Avenue/Ramsay Way Corridor, And To Ensure The Economic Vitality Of Both Kent Station And Historic Downtown Kent.

1667Res. 1667 PDF

4/20/2004

Recognizing The Flag Of The Former Republic Of Vietnam As A Heritage Flag Of The Vietnamese-American Community.

1668Res. 1668 PDF

5/4/2004

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 145th Place SE In The City Of Kent, And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For June 15, 2004.

1669Res. 1669 PDF

5/4/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW. IAC Resolution – West Hill Park Development

1670Res. 1670 PDF

5/4/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”), As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW. IAC Resolution – Eagle Creek Park Development

1671Res. 1671 PDF

5/4/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For An Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account (“ALEA”) Program As Provided In RCW 79.90.245. IAC Resolution – Riverview Park Development

1672Res. 1672 PDF

5/4/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Boating Facilities Program (“BFP”) As Provided In Ch. 79A.25 RCW. IAC Resolution – Lake Meridian Park Boat Launch

1673Res. 1673 PDF

5/4/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Federal Funding Assistance For A Land And Water Conservation Fund (“LWCF”) Program As Provided In The LWCF Act Of 1965, As Amended And Codified At USC §§ 4601, Et Seq. IAC Resolution – Canterbury Neighborhood Park-Andreola Property Acquisition

1674Res. 1674 PDF

5/4/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For Federal Funding Assistance For A Land And Water Conservation Fund (“LWCF”) Program As Provided In The LWCF Act Of 1965, As Amended And Codified At USC §§ 4601, Et Seq. IAC Resolution – Clark Lake Park Lake Property Acquisition

1675Res. 1675 PDF

5/4/2004

Regarding King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1676Res. 1676 PDF

5/4/2004

Adopting A Schedule Of Fees For Permits, Certificates, And Inspections Issued And Conducted Under The Provisions Of The International Building Code, The International Residential Code, The International Mechanical Code, The Uniform Plumbing Code, And The International Fire Code, Effective July 1, 2004. Fee Schedule Under The International Building, Residential, Mechanical And Fire Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code Repeals Resolution 1559

1677Res. 1677 PDF

6/1/2004

Requesting The Support And Cooperation Of The Burlington Northern And Santa Fe Railway Company In Extending A Long-Term Lease For Real Property Located In Downtown Kent Currently Under Consideration For Donation To The City. Shaffer-Burlington Northern Lease – 105 Building

1678Res. 1678 PDF

6/1/2004

Relating To Fireworks Safety, Education, And Enforcement.

1679Res. 1679 PDF

6/1/2004

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”), As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW. IAC Resolution – East Hill Skate Park Development

1680Res. 1680 PDF

6/15/2004

Relating To Review And Revision Of Development Regulations In Compliance With The Growth Management Act.

1681Res. 1681 PDF

8/3/2004

Supporting The Position On Advanced Life Support Services.

1682Res. 1682 PDF

8/17/2004

Urging 2005 State Legislative Action To Address Funding For Municipal Transportation Infrastructure.

1683Res. 1683 PDF

8/17/2004

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks, Driveways, Storm Drains, Retaining Walls, Street Illumination, Landscaping, Slope Protection, Underground Power And Necessary Appurtenances Relating To The Overall Project Of The Addition Of High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes On Pacific Highway South From Kent-Des Moines Road To South 252nd Street; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited By The Project, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Formation Of This Local Improvement District And Its Attendant Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On October 5, 2004.

1684Res. 1684 PDF

9/7/2004

Adopting The 2005 Through 2010 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1685Res. 1685 PDF

9/7/2004

Regarding The Vacation Of The Portion Of Mcmillin Street Between State And Kennebeck Avenue And The Alley Directly North, In The City Of Kent; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For November 2, 2004.

1686Res. 1686 PDF

9/21/2004

Amending The Fee Schedule And Fee Schedule Notes For Planning And Land Use Applications Filed With The City Of Kent.

1687Res. 1687 PDF

9/21/2004

Amending The Schedule Of Fees For Permits And Plan Review3 Conducted Under The Provisions Of The International Fire Code.

1688Res. 1688 PDF

9/21/2004

Regarding The Vacation Of The Portion Of Southeast 278th Street, In The City Of Kent; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For October†19, 2004.

1689Res. 1689 PDF

11/2/2004

Adopting The City’s Local Hazard Mitigation Plan.

1690Res. 1690 PDF

11/2/2004

Adopting Findings Of Fact, Conclusions Of Law, And Decisions Regarding The Quasi-Judicial, Closed Record Appeal Of The Copper Ridge Preliminary Plat, Planned Unit Development, And State Environmental Policy Act Appeal, (SU-2001-9, ENV-2001-63, AP2003-4)

1691Res. 1691 PDF

11/16/2004

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under LID #336.

1692Res. 1692 PDF

11/16/2004

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under LID #340.

1693Res. 1693 PDF

11/16/2004

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue To A Revision Of The Kent Comprehensive Plan To Ensure Continuing Compliance With RCW 36.70A By Removing The City’s Designation As A Regional Manufacturing/Industrial Center Under The Growth Management Act In The Event That The State Legislature Enacts A Proposed “Sales Tax Streamlining” Amendment That Would Reallocate Sales Tax Sourcing Rules In The State Of Washington In A Manner That Dramatically And Adversely Affects The City Of Kent’s Ability To Adequately Fund And Support The Capital Infrastructure And Services Necessary For This Growth Management Act Designation.

1694Res. 1694 PDF

12/14/2004

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue Revisions Of The Comprehensive Plan To Ensure Compliance With Chapter 36.70A. RCW Regarding Density In An Urban Growth Area.

1695Res. 1695 PDF

12/14/2004

Requiring That The City Apply The Additional Revenue Received From Use Of The City’s Banked Property Tax Exclusively For Hiring And Maintaining Additional Public Safety Positions.

1696Res. 1696 PDF

3/1/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of The Portion Of The Alley Lying Within Block 20, Washington Central Improvement Company’s First Addition, And Mcmillin Street Lying Between Block 19 And Block 20 In The City Of Kent; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For April 5, 2005.

1697Res. 1697 PDF

3/15/2005

Supporting Cancer Treatment Centers Of America’s Certificate Of Need Application Before The Washington State Department Of Health To Locate A Hospital In Kent.

1698Res. 1698 PDF

4/19/2005

Authorizing A Critical Areas Habitat Protection And Restoration Plan In Support Of The City’s Adoption Of A Critical Areas Ordinance, All In Compliance With The Growth Management Act.

1699Res. 1699 PDF

5/3/2005

Relating To The Adoption Of The National Incident Management System.

1700Res. 1700 PDF

5/3/2005

Regarding King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council.

1701Res. 1701 PDF

6/21/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion The Right-Of-Way On 36th Avenue South, Between Reith Road And South 260th Street, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For August 2, 2005.

1702Res. 1702 PDF

7/5/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 1st Avenue North, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For August 16, 2005.

1703Res. 1703 PDF

7/5/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of An Alley, Approximately 6,753 Square Feet, That Runs East And West Through The Property Known As The “Municipal Lot Block,” Which Is Bounded By 4th Avenue North To The West, West Smith Street To The North, 2nd Avenue North To The East, And West Harrison Street To The South As Dedicated Within The Plat Of Yeslers’ First Addition In Volume 5 Of Plats, Page 64 Recorded In King County, Washington; And Setting A Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For August 2, 2005.

1704Res. 1704 PDF

7/19/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion The Right-Of-Way On 36th Avenue South, Between Reith Road And South 260th Street, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Rescheduling The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation From August 2, 2005 To August 16, 2005.

1705Res. 1705 PDF

8/2/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of Cedar Street, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For September 6, 2005.

1706Res. 1706 PDF

8/2/2005

Designating The Finance Director As The Official Authorized To Make Declarations Of Official Intent To Reimburse Certain Funds Advanced For Projects On Behalf Of The City, And Repealing Any Prior Declarations.

1707Res. 1707 PDF

8/16/2005

Ratifying, With Conditions, The Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 8 Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan.

1708Res. 1708 PDF

9/6/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 108th Avenue Southeast, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For October 18, 2005.

1709Res. 1709 PDF

9/6/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of South 188th Street, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For October 18, 2005.

1710Res. 1710 PDF

9/20/2005

Authorizing The Mayor To Execute All Documents Necessary To Implement A Development Proposal For A Downtown City Block, Commonly Known As The “Municipal Lot Block,” Which Is Bounded On The North And South By Smith And Harrison Streets And On The East And West By Second And Fourth Avenues In The City Of Kent.

1711Res. 1711 PDF

10/18/2005

Adopting The 2006 Through 2011 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan

1712Res. 1712 PDF

10/18/2005

Supporting The Formation Of A Valley Cities’ Association

1713Res. 1713 PDF

11/1/2005

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 132nd Avenue SE, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For December 13, 2005.

1714Res. 1714 PDF

11/15/2005

Ratifying, With Conditions, The Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 9 Salmon Habitat Plan.

1715Res. 1715 PDF

12/13/2005

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under LID #352.

1716Res. 1716 PDF

3/7/2006

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of An 8” Sanitary Sewer System With 6” Side Sewer Stubs To The Property Line For Each Of The Twelve Properties Included In The Proposed Local Improvement District And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On April†4, 2006.

1717Res. 1717 PDF

3/7/2006

Establishing New Strategic Goals For The City Of Kent.

1718Res. 1718 PDF

4/18/2006

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under LID #351. High Ridge Place Condo Association

1719Res. 1719 PDF

4/18/2006

Relating To A Proposed Center For Advanced Manufacturing.

1720Res. 1720 PDF

5/2/2006

Declaring An Emergency To Pursue Revisions Of The Comprehensive Plan To Provide For A Land Use Designation That Allows For Real Property To Be Used For Construction And Maintenance Of A Regional Detention Facility, Relocation Of A Reach Of Johnson Creek, And Restoration Of Wetland And Buffer.

1721Res. 1721 PDF

6/6/2006

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”), As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW. Eagle Creek Park Development

1722Res. 1722 PDF

6/6/2006

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) Program As Provided In Ch. 79.105.150 RCW.

1723Res. 1723 PDF

6/6/2006

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW. West Hill Park Development

1724Res. 1724 PDF

6/6/2006

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) Program As Provided In Ch. 79.105.150 RCW. Farmland Preservation Acquisition

1725Res. 1725 PDF

6/6/2006

Authorizing Application To The Interagency Committee For Outdoor Recreation (IAC) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”), As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW. 132nd Avenue Park Development

1726Res. 1726 PDF

6/20/2006

Relating To Approving The Action Of The State Of Washington Economic Development Finance Authority And The Issuance Of Non-Recourse Revenue Bonds To Finance An Economic Development Facility For Green Garden Foods Products, Inc. (“The Company”), And Providing For Other Matters Properly Relating Thereto. WEDFA Bond Approval – Green Garden Foods Products, Inc.

1727Res. 1727 PDF

7/5/2006

Regarding King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council That Would Add Acreage To The City Of Kent’s Potential Annexation Area And Would Designate South Lake Union As An Urban Center.

1728Res. 1728 PDF

8/1/2006

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of Roadway Improvements, Sanitary Sewer Improvements, Water Main Improvements, And A Storm Water Detention Pond; To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited By The Project; And To Notify All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Formation Of This Local Improvement District And Its Attendant Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On September 5, 2006.

1729Res. 1729 PDF

8/15/2006

Adopting The 2007 Through 2012 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

1730Res. 1730 PDF

8/15/2006

Repealing Resolution No. 1698, Which Established A Habitat Protection And Restoration Plan.

1731Res. 1731 PDF

8/15/2006

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Local Improvement District No. 340.

1732Res. 1732 PDF

8/15/2006

Declaring Its Official Intent To Reimburse Capital Expenditures In Connection With Building An Events Center From Proceeds Of A Future Borrowing.

1733Res. 1733 PDF

9/5/2006

Relating To Local Improvement District (LID) No.†351; Declaring Its Intention To Create A Supplemental Assessment Roll For Omitted Properties To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out LID No.†351 Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements Or Assessments To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing To Be Held Before The Public Works Committee, Which Will Sit As A Board Of Equalization, On October 2, 2006, At 6:00 P.M.; And Identifying The Supplemental Roll As LID No.†361.

1734Res. 1734 PDF

10/18/2006

Determining That Certain Public Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder.

1735Res. 1735 PDF

11/7/2006

Regarding The Vacation Of The South 120 Feet Of The Alley In Block 3, Washington Central Improvement Company Knob Hill Addition, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For December 12, 2006.

1736Res. 1736 PDF

11/7/2006

Regarding The Vacation Of A Portion Of 138th Place Southeast Lying Northerly Of SE 252nd Place Within The Plat Of Country Club Village In Volume 171 Of Plats, Pages 99 Through 101 Inclusive, Records Of King County, Washington Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For December 12, 2006.

1737Res. 1737 PDF

11/7/2006

Denying The Rezone Application For Property Located At 25213, 25401 And 25231 136th Avenue Southeast From SR-4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acre) To SR-6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Cedar Pointe Rezone, #RZ-2006-1).

1738Res. 1738 PDF

11/7/2006

Denying The Rezone Application For Property Located At 12722 SE 256th Street From SR-4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acre) To SR-6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Rust Rezone, #RZ-2006-8.

1739Res. 1739 PDF

11/7/2006

Declaring The Council’s Preliminary Determination To Use The General Contractor/Construction Manager Alternative Contracting Procedure If It Decides To Design And Construct The Kent Events Center; Setting A Public Hearing On December 4, 2006, At 5:00 P.M. Before The Public Works Committee So That The Public May Submit Written And Oral Comments On The City’s Preliminary Determination To Use This Process; And Directing The City Clerk To Publish Notice Of The Public Hearing At Least 20 Days Before The Public Hearing.

1740Res. 1740 PDF

11/21/2006

Relating To The 2007 Fiscal Year Budget And Amending Various Fees Established By Past Resolutions Concerning Business Licenses, Planning And Land Use Applications, And Permits And Inspections Conducted Under The Provisions Of The International Building, Residential, Mechanical, And Fire Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code, Which Amendments Shall Be Assessed And Collected Beginning In The 2007 Fiscal Year Budget.

1741Res. 1741 PDF

11/21/2006

Denying The Rezone Application For Property Located At 25410 142nd Avenue Southeast From SR-4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acre) To SR-6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Orme Rezone, #RZ-2006-6).

1742Res. 1742 PDF

11/21/2006

Relating To A Proposed Center For Advanced Manufacturing.

1743Res. 1743 PDF

12/12/2006

Establishing The Council’s Final Determination To Use The General Contractor/Construction Manager Alternative Contracting Procedure In Accordance With Ch. 39.10 RCW If Council Decides To Design And Construct The Kent Events Center.

1744Res. 1744 PDF

12/12/2006

Authorizing Kent’s Fire Chief To Adopt And Annually Review And Amend The Performance Policies, Standards, And Objectives For Fire Suppression, Basic And Advanced Life Support Services, And Critical Events, As Required By Chapter 35A.92 RCW.

1745Res. 1745 PDF

12/12/2006

Denying The Rezone Application For Property Located At 24123 94th Avenue South From SR 4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acre) To SR 6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Kent 256th RZ-2006-4)

1746Res. 1746 PDF

12/12/2006

Relating To Zoning And Comprehensive Plan Map Designations And Imposing A Moratorium On The Filing Of Rezone And Other Dependent Land Use Applications For Real Property With Single-Family Residential Zoning And/Or Single Family Residential Comprehensive Plan Map Designations That Are Not Of Equal Density Or Otherwise Do Not Match (Dkt 2006-4).

1747Res. 1747 PDF

1/16/2007

Designating “The Kent Reporter” The City’s Official Newspaper, Effective January†22, 2007.

1748Res. 1748 PDF

2/6/2007

Relating To Zoning And Comprehensive Plan Map Designations And Continuing A Moratorium On The Filing Of Rezone And Other Dependent Land Use Applications For Real Property With Single-Family Residential Zoning And/Or Single-Family Residential Comprehensive Plan Map Designations That Are Not Of Equal Density Or Otherwise Do Not Match (Dkt 2006-4).

1749Res. 1749 PDF

3/20/2007

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of Two Additional Lanes On East Valley Highway From SR 167 To South 212th Street And Related Utility And Streetscape Improvements; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Comment Or Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Comments Or Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On April 17, 2007.

1750Res. 1750 PDF

4/3/2007

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code.

1751Res. 1751 PDF

4/3/2007

Directing The Finance Director To Segregate An Assessment Levied Under Local Improvement District No. 353.

1752Res. 1752 PDF

4/17/2007

Denying The Rezone Application For Property Located At 10040 SE 267th Street From SR 4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acre) To SR 6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Vista Landing RZ-2006-9)

1753Res. 1753 PDF

5/1/2007

Articulating The City’s Position Regarding Two Potential Six-Year Parks Levies That King County’s Executive Recommends Be Placed Before Voters On The August 21, 2007, Primary Ballot.

1754Res. 1754 PDF

5/15/2007

Supporting A County-Wide Ballot Proposition For Funding A Six Year Medic One/Emergency Medical Services Levy Pursuant To RCW 84.52.069.

1755Res. 1755 PDF

6/5/2007

Supporting A County-Wide Ballot Proposition For Funding A Six Year Medic One/Emergency Medical Services Levy Pursuant To RCW 84.52.069

1756Res. 1756 PDF

6/5/2007

Recognizing The Dover Park Neighborhood Council.

1757Res. 1757 PDF

6/5/2007

Recognizing The South Kent Community Neighborhood Council

1758Res. 1758 PDF

6/5/2007

Recognizing The Lakes At Kent Neighborhood Council

1759Res. 1759 PDF

6/5/2007

Regarding King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council That Would Amend The Interim Potential Annexation Area Map In The Countywide Planning Policies, Revise LU-25b To Allow Adjustment Of Household And Employment Targets If A New Municipal Incorporation Occurs Within A Designated Potential Annexation Area, And Designate The Overlake Area Of Redmond As An Urban Center.

1760Res. 1760 PDF

6/5/2007

Relating To Residential Zoning And Comprehensive Plan Map Designations And Adopting Findings Of Fact Renewing A Moratorium On The Filing Of Rezones And Other Dependent Land Use Applications For Real Property With Single-Family Residential Zoning And/Or Single-Family Residential Comprehensive Plan Map Designations That Are Not Of Equal Density Or Otherwise Do Not Match (Dkt 2006-4).

1761Res. 1761 PDF

6/19/2007

Adopting The 2008 Through 2013 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1762Res. 1762 PDF

6/19/2007

Approving The Action Of The State Of Washington Economic Development Finance Authority And The Issuance Of Non-Recourse Revenue Bonds To Finance An Economic Development Facility For The Plitt Company Of Chicago, Inc. (“The Company”) And Providing For Other Matters Properly Relating Thereto.

1763Res. 1763 PDF

6/19/2007

Recognizing The Arbor Village Neighborhood Council.

1764Res. 1764 PDF

6/19/2007

Recognizing The Autumn Glen Neighborhood Council.

1765Res. 1765 PDF

6/19/2007

Recognizing The Lake Meridian Neighborhood Council.

1766Res. 1766 PDF

6/19/2007

Recognizing The Salt Air Hills Neighborhood Council.

1767Res. 1767 PDF

6/19/2007

Denying The Rezone Application For Property Located At 12824 SE 256th Street From SR-4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acre) To SR-6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Ellis Landing RZ-2006-11)

1768Res. 1768 PDF

7/17/2007

Recognizing The Greenfield Park Neighborhood Council.

1769Res. 1769 PDF

9/4/2007

Providing For Appointment Of Members Of The Board Of Directors Of The City Of Kent Special Events Center Public Facilities District, And Determining The Length Of The Initial Terms Of Those Board Members.

1770Res. 1770 PDF

9/18/2007

Recognizing The Mill Creek Neighborhood Council.

1771Res. 1771 PDF

9/18/2007

Recognizing The Riverview Neighborhood Council.

1772Res. 1772 PDF

11/20/2007

Regarding The 2006 Flood Hazard Management Plan Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council That Adopts Policies And Plans For The Control And Mitigation Of Flood Hazards In All Watersheds In King County And Includes A New Regional Funding Source.

1773Res. 1773 PDF

12/11/2007

Authorizing Application To The State Recreation And Conservation Office For Funding Assistance For A Youth Or Community Athletic Facility Project, As Provided In Ch. 79A.25 RCW.

1774Res. 1774 PDF

12/11/2007

Relating To Land Use And Zoning, And Remanding To The Hearing Examiner The Application To Rezone Approximately 6 Acres Of Property Located At 25840 135th Lane Southeast From SR-4.5 (Single-Family Residential, 4.5 Units Per Acres) To SR-6 (Single-Family Residential, 6 Units Per Acre). (Meridian Banks Rezone RZ-2005-7)

1775Res. 1775 PDF

12/11/2007

Relating To Group Comparative Salary Surveys For Non-Represented Employees.

1776Res. 1776 PDF

1/15/2008

Recognizing The Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council. (Repealed By 1960)

1777Res. 1777 PDF

1/15/2008

Recognizing The Seven Oaks East Neighborhood Council.

1778Res. 1778 PDF

2/5/2008

Fixing A Time And Place For Hearing On The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 360, And Directing That Notice Thereof Be Given In The Manner Required By Law.

1779Res. 1779 PDF

2/19/2008

Determining That Certain Public Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder.

1780Res. 1780 PDF

2/19/2008

Establishing An Expanded Capital Asset Replacement Fund Policy.

1781Res. 1781 PDF

3/18/2008

Recognizing The Kent West Hill Neighborhood Council.

1782Res. 1782 PDF

3/18/2008

Approving The Nomination Of Mill Creek Canyon Earthworks For Further Evaluation By The Landmark Designation And Preservation Commission Under Chapter 14.12 Of The Kent City Code.

1783Res. 1783 PDF

3/18/2008

Relating To Comprehensive Planning; Continuing Ongoing Efforts To Update The City’s Transportation Master Plan; Amending The Transportation Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan Related To The Adoption Of A Transportation Master Plan; And, Declaring An Emergency For The Adoption Of The Comprehensive Plan Amendment.

1784Res. 1784 PDF

5/6/2008

Authorizing Application To The Recreation And Conservation Office For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1785Res. 1785 PDF

5/6/2008

Authorizing Application To The Recreation And Conservation Office For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1786Res. 1786 PDF

5/6/2008

Approving The Nomination Of The 1908 Bereiter House For Further Evaluation By The Landmark Designation And Preservation Commission Under Chapter 14.12 Of The Kent City Code.

1787Res. 1787 PDF

5/6/2008

Recognizing The Canterbury Neighborhood Council

1788Res. 1788 PDF

5/6/2008

Recognizing The Highland Crossing Neighborhood Council

1789Res. 1789 PDF

5/20/2008

Relating To Comprehensive Planning; Updating The City’s Comprehensive Water System Plan And Drainage Master Plan; Amending The Capital Facilities Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan Related To The Adoption Of The Comprehensive Water System Plan And Drainage Master Plan; And, Declaring An Emergency For The Adoption Of The Comprehensive Plan Amendment.

1790Res. 1790 PDF

5/20/2008

Authorizing Application To The Recreation And Conservation Office For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project As Provided In Ch. 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1791Res. 1791 PDF

5/20/2008

Requesting That City Staff Gather Information Regarding The Potential Annexation Of The Panther Lake Area And Present That Information At A Future Council Meeting.

1792Res. 1792 PDF

8/19/2008

Regarding King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council Pursuant To The Growth Management Act Amending The Interim Potential Annexation Area Map And CPP Policies LU-31 And LU-32.

1793Res. 1793 PDF

8/19/2008

Establishing And Adopting A Fee Schedule For The Kent Corrections Facility Programs And Fees Of The Kent Police Department.

1794Res. 1794 PDF

9/2/2008

Calling For The Annexation, By Election, Of Certain Territory Contiguous To The City Of Kent Referred To As The Panther Lake Annexation Area; Establishing The Boundaries Of The Annexation Area; Stating The Estimated Number Of Registered Voters; Declaring That The City Will Pay The Cost Of The Election; Indicating That The Ballot Proposition Will Likely Address Annexation Only And Not Assumption Of Existing Indebtedness Or Approval Of Proposed Zoning; Authorizing The Clerk To File A Certified Copy Of This Resolution With The Legislative Authority Of King County And To File A Notice Of Intent With The King County Boundary Review Board; Authorizing The City Attorney To Prepare A Ballot Title And Proposition; And Authorizing The Mayor To Undertake All Other Acts Reasonably Necessary To Bring The Election Proposition Before The Voters Within The Annexation Area.

1795Res. 1795 PDF

9/2/2008

Regarding The Vacation Of The South One-Half Of S. 222nd Street, West Of 92nd Avenue South And East Of SR-167, As Dedicated By The Shinns Cloverdale Addition To Kent According To The Plat Recorded In Volume 6 Of Plats At Page 52, And Located In The City Of Kent, King County, Washington; And Setting The Public Hearing On The Proposed Street Vacation For October 7, 2008.

1796Res. 1796 PDF

11/4/2008

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Of A Roadway Beginning At The Intersection Of East Valley Highway And S. 224th Street Via S. 218th/216th Street, Terminating At The Intersection Of Benton Road And S. 216th And The Installation Of Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks, A Two-Way Left Turn Lane, Planted Center Medians Where Possible, Roadside Planter Strips, Street Lighting, Undergrounding Of Overhead Electrical Facilities, Storm Water Management Facilities, A Bridge Over SR 167, A New Garrison Creek Bridge, Sanitary Sewer And Water Extensions And/Or Stubs And Appurtenances To Provide Service To Properties Not Currently Served By City Utilities, All Relating To The Overall Project On East Valley Highway To The West And 108th Avenue SE (SR 515, Benson Highway) To The East; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On December 9, 2008.

1797Res. 1797 PDF

11/18/2008

Adopting The 2009 Through 2014 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1798Res. 1798 PDF

11/18/2008

Determining That Certain Utility Easement Rights Are Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Release Of Those Surplus Rights, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Release, And Authorizing The Execution Of A Release Of The Surplus Portions Of The Easement.

1799Res. 1799 PDF

1/20/2009

Acknowledging The Expanded Boundary Of The Scenic Hill Neighborhood Formally Recognized By The Kent City Council Through Its Adoption Of Resolution No. 1776.

1800Res. 1800 PDF

2/17/2009

Determining That Certain Buildings And Ecology Blocks On Surface Water Utility Property Are Surplus To The City’s Needs, That Such Buildings And Ecology Blocks May Be Conveyed, And Establishing The Consideration Therefore.

1801Res. 1801 PDF

2/17/2009

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1802Res. 1802 PDF

3/17/2009

Recognizing The Fieldstone Neighborhood Council.

1803Res. 1803 PDF

3/17/2009

Relating To Comprehensive Planning; Declaring An Emergency For The Adoption Of An Amendment To The Capital Facilities Element Of The City’s Comprehensive Plan Related To The Amendment Of The Surface Water Design Manual.

1804Res. 1804 PDF

4/7/2009

Repealing Resolution No. 1546 And Adopting A New Residential Traffic Calming Program To Better Respond To Residential Area Traffic Problems And Authorizing The Public Works Director To Implement The New Program.

1805Res. 1805 PDF

4/7/2009

Evidencing The City’s Intent To Continue Collaboration Efforts With The Federal Way School District Regarding The City’s Development Of West Hill Park, And The Federal Way School District’s Rebuilding And Refurbishing Efforts At Sunny Crest Elementary.

1806Res. 1806 PDF

4/21/2009

Approving And Adopting An Identity Theft Prevention Program As Required By The Fair And Accurate Credit Transactions Act Of 2003, And The Federal Trade Commission’s Identity Theft Rules.

1807Res. 1807 PDF

4/21/2009

Repealing Resolution No. 1793, And Readopting A Fee Schedule For The Kent Corrections Facility Programs And Fees Of The Kent Police Department.

1808Res. 1808 PDF

6/16/2009

Recognizing The North Park Neighborhood Council.

1809Res. 1809 PDF

6/16/2009

Calling For The Annexation, By Election, Of Certain Territory Contiguous To The City Of Kent Referred To As The Panther Lake Annexation Area; Establishing The Boundaries Of The Annexation Area; Stating The Estimated Number Of Registered Voters; Declaring That The City Will Pay The Cost Of The Election; Indicating That The Ballot Proposition Will Address Annexation Only And Not Assumption Of Existing Indebtedness Or Approval Of Proposed Zoning; Authorizing The Clerk To File A Certified Copy Of This Resolution With The Legislative Authority Of King County; Stating The Proposed Ballot Title And Proposition Prepared By The City Attorney; Authorizing The Mayor To Administer All Other Acts Reasonably Necessary To Bring The Election Proposition Before The Voters Within The Annexation Area At The November 3, 2009, General Election; And Authorizing The Mayor To Take All Post-Election Action Required By Law If The Annexation Is Approved By Voters. Panther Lake Annexation - Submit to Voters at General Election

1810Res. 1810 PDF

6/16/2009

Regarding The Maximum Permitted Basic Programming Service Rate Set Forth In The Federal Communications Commission Form 1240 Filed By Comcast On Or About April 1, 2009.

1811Res. 1811 PDF

7/21/2009

Stating The City’s Support For The State Of Washington’s Improvement Plans To Link State Route 509 With Interstate 5.

1812Res. 1812 PDF

8/4/2009

Endorsing The Efforts Of The Valley Cities Association And Authorizing An Application For A Federal Grant To Fund Broadband Opportunities Offered Through The U.S. Department Of Commerce.

1813Res. 1813 PDF

8/18/2009

Adopting The 2010 Through 2015 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1814Res. 1814 PDF

9/15/2009

Acknowledging The Name Change Of The Arbor Village Neighborhood Council To The Meridian Glen Neighborhood Council, And Revising The Eastern Boundary Of The Neighborhood From That Formally Recognized By The Kent City Council Through Its Adoption Of Resolution No. 1763.

1815Res. 1815 PDF

9/15/2009

Proclaiming A Preemptive Emergency Relating To The Howard Hanson Dam And Potential Downstream Flooding.

1816Res. 1816 PDF

10/20/2009

Expressing Its Opposition To Initiative Measure No. 1033 Concerning State, County, And City Revenue, Which Is Being Put Before Voters At The November 3, 2009, General Election.

1817Res. 1817 PDF

10/20/2009

Repealing Resolution No. 1804 And Adopting A New Residential Traffic Calming Program To Authorize The Public Works Director To Deviate From Established Standards For Phase 2 Traffic Calming Measures.

1818Res. 1818 PDF

11/17/2009

Urging The Washington State Legislature To Quickly Enact Legislation Establishing A “Joint Underwriting Association,” To Make Supplemental Flood Insurance Available To Green River Valley Businesses.

1819Res. 1819 PDF

1/19/2010

Recognizing The Tudor Square Neighborhood Council. Tudor Square – Recognize Neighborhood Council

1820Res. 1820 PDF

1/19/2010

A JOINT RESOLUTION Of The City Council Of The City Of Kent, Washington, And The Board Of Commissioners Of King County Fire Protection District No. 37, Providing For The Submission To Qualified Electors Of The City And The District, At A Special Election To Be Held On April 27, 2010, Of A Proposition That, Pursuant To Chapter 52.26 Of The Revised Code Of Washington, Approves A Plan To Form A Regional Fire Protection Service Authority Within The Boundaries Of The City And The District, Effective July 1, 2010, To Be Funded By A Property Tax Levy And A New Six-Year Benefit Charge.

1821Res. 1821 PDF

2/16/2010

Expressing Its Support For Ballot Proposition No. 1: “Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority Plan,” To Be Put Before Voters At The April 27, 2010 Special Election.

1822Res. 1822 PDF

3/2/2010

A JOINT RESOLUTION Of The City Council Of The City Of Kent, Washington, And The Board Of Commissioners Of King County Fire Protection District No. 37, Requesting The Publication And Distribution Of A Local Voters’ Pamphlet, In Accordance With Chapter 29A.32 RCW, For Ballot Proposition No. 1, Which Seeks Voter Authorization For The Formation Of The Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority And Approval Of The Regional Fire Authority Plan At The April 27, 2010 Special Election.

1823Res. 1823 PDF

3/2/2010

Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into An Agreement With Other Washington Municipalities For The Sharing Of Fiber Optic Installations Projects.

1824Res. 1824 PDF

4/6/2010

Requesting The United States Congress Appropriate Sufficient Funds To Provide For Interim And Permanent Repairs To The Howard Hanson Dam, And Direct The Army Corps Of Engineers To Make The Howard Hanson Dam Permanent Repair A Priority Project.

1825Res. 1825 PDF

4/20/2010

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Approved Under Growth Management Planning Council (GMPC) Motions No. 09-1 And 09-2 Adopting A Work Plan And Schedule To Address The Policy Framework For Allocation Of Regional Services And Facilities And Updating Existing Policies And Table LU-1 To Provide For Housing And Employment Targets For The Period 2006-2031.

1826Res. 1826 PDF

4/20/2010

Urging The U.S. Department Of Defense To Select The Boeing Company To Build The Air Force’s Next Mid-Air Refueling Tanker.

1827Res. 1827 PDF

5/18/2010

Authorizing Applications To The Recreation And Conservation Office (RCO) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1828Res. 1828 PDF

6/1/2010

Amending Resolution 1740 By Establishing A Fee Concerning The Deferral Of Certain Development Mitigation Fees.

1829Res. 1829 PDF

6/15/2010

Adopting The 2011 Through 2016 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1830Res. 1830 PDF

7/6/2010

Relating To The Vacation Of A Portion Of The Right-Of-Way For South 268th Street Between 42nd Avenue South And 40th Avenue South, Located In The City Of Kent, Washington; And Scheduling The Public Hearing On This Proposed Street Vacation To August 3, 2010.

1831Res. 1831 PDF

8/17/2010

Amending Resolution 1828 To Modify The List Of Development Mitigation Fees To Which The Fee Deferral Lien Applies.

1832Res. 1832 PDF

8/17/2010

Approving The Nomination Of Saar Pioneer Cemetery For Further Evaluation By The City Of Kent Landmarks Commission Under Chapter

1833Res. 1833 PDF

8/17/2010

Relating To Rules And Procedures For City Council, City Council Meetings, And Council Committee Meetings.

1834Res. 1834 PDF

9/7/2010

Fixing A Time And Place For Hearing On The Final Assessment Roll For Local Improvement District No. 362, And Directing That Notice Thereof Be Given In The Manner Required By Law. LID 362 – Set Public Hearing On Final Assessment Roll

1835Res. 1835 PDF

10/5/2010

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act. Countywide Planning Policies Resolution

1836Res. 1836 PDF

11/16/2010

Recognizing The Kenton Firs Neighborhood Council. Kenton Firs - Neighborhood Council

1837Res. 1837 PDF

1/4/2011

Recognizing The Pantera Lago Neighborhood Council.

1838Res. 1838 PDF

1/14/2011

Endorsing And Supporting The KC Regional Transit Task Force Recommendations Relating To A Policy Framework For Potential Growth Or Contraction Of King County’s Transit System.

1839Res. 1839 PDF

2/15/2011

Authorizing The City Of Kent To Impose A Sales And Use Tax As Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 As A Credit Against State Sales And Use Tax, Relating To Annexations, And Authorizing The City’s Finance Director Certify The Threshold Amount For The 2011 Fiscal Year. Tax Credit Threshold Panther Lake Annexation

1840Res. 1840 PDF

2/15/2011

Declaring Its Official Intent To Reimburse Capital Expenditures In Connection With The Drainage Improvements On 76th Avenue From Proceeds Of A Future Borrowing.

1841Res. 1841 PDF

3/15/2011

Recognizing The Misty Meadows Neighborhood Council. Misty Meadows Neighborhood Council

1842Res. 1842 PDF

4/19/2011

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code.

1843Res. 1843 PDF

4/19/2011

Relating To Public Defense Standards For Indigent Defense Services Provided To The City Of Kent.

1844Res. 1844 PDF

5/3/2011

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code.

1845Res. 1845 PDF

5/17/2011

Recognizing The Lake Meridian Village Townhome Neighborhood Council.

1846Res. 1846 PDF

7/19/2011

Stating The City Council’s Support For King County Proposition No. 1, The Veterans And Human Services Levy.

1847Res. 1847 PDF

11/1/2011

Relating To Kent’s Participation In, And Endorsing, The Community Plan Entitled "A Roof Over Every Bed In King County: Our Community’s Ten-Year Plan To End Homelessness."

1848Res. 1848 PDF

11/15/2011

Amending Resolution 1757 By Changing The Name Of The "South Kent Community Neighborhood Council" To "Kent SODO Neighborhood Council."

1849Res. 1849 PDF

12/13/2011

Adopting The 2012 Through 2017 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1850Res. 1850 PDF

12/13/2011

Relating To Vehicular Speed Limits On Certain Designated Streets, As Posted By Official Traffic Control Devices, Pursuant To Chapter 9.40 Of The Kent City Code.

1851Res. 1851 PDF

12/13/2011

Relating To The 2012 Fiscal Year Budget Repealing Resolution Nos. 1311, 1524, 1594, 1676, 1686, 1740, 1828, 1831, And Amending Various Fees Established By Past Resolutions Concerning Business Licenses, Planning And Land Use Applications, And Permits And Inspections Conducted Under The Provisions Of The International Building, Residential, Mechanical, Fire, And Other Related Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code, Which Amendments Shall Be Assessed And Collected Beginning In The 2012 Fiscal Year Budget.

1852Res. 1852 PDF

1/17/2012

Amending Resolution No. 1851 To Clarify The Assessment Of Business License Fees And Application Of Technology Fees To Those Licensees, As Well As To International Fire Code Review Fees.

1853Res. 1853 PDF

2/7/2012

Authorizing The City Of Kent To Impose A Sales And Use Tax As Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 As A Credit Against State Sales And Use Tax, Relating To Annexations, And Authorizing The City’s Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount For The 2012 Fiscal Year.

1854Res. 1854 PDF

2/7/2012

Waiving Competitive Bidding Procedures For The Replacement Of The Netting At The Riverbend Driving Range.

1855Res. 1855 PDF

3/6/2012

Adopting Findings Relating To The Indigent Defense Services Agreements And Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into Two Separate Contracts For Indigent Defense Services.

1856Res. 1856 PDF

4/17/2012

Authorizing Applications To The Recreation And Conservation Office (RCO) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1857Res. 1857 PDF

6/5/2012

Relating To A Revision Of The Downtown Strategic Action Plan, And Declaring An Emergency For The Adoption Of A Comprehensive Plan Amendment. CPA-2012-1

1858Res. 1858 PDF

6/5/2012

Repealing Resolution 1781 And Adopting A New Resolution Recognizing The Newly-Formed Neighbors Of West Hill Council.

1859Res. 1859 PDF

6/5/2012

Adopting Financial, Accounting, And Budgetary Policies Intended To Provide Short And Long-Term Guidance To City Staff For The Purpose Of Achieving Financial Stability And Achieving Goals Established In The City Council’s Strategic Plan.

1860Res. 1860 PDF

6/19/2012

Adopting The 2013-2018 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1861Res. 1861 PDF

7/3/2012

Acknowledging The Formation Of The Community Connectivity Consortium, A Public Corporation, Authorizing The City Of Kent To Enter Into An Interlocal Agreement Establishing The Community Connectivity Consortium Between The City Of Kent And Other Government Agencies For The Construction And Management Of Fiber Optic Projects, And Approving The Charter Of The Community Connectivity Consortium.

1862Res. 1862 PDF

7/31/2012

Requesting The Mayor’s Office To Take All Necessary Steps And To Allocate The Necessary Funds To Hire An Independent Consultant With Experience In Analyzing Staffing, Structure And Services Provided In City Government In Order To Provide Recommendations To Generate Further Efficiencies In Governmental Operations, With The Goal Of Reducing The City’s Annual Budget.

1863Res. 1863 PDF

7/31/2012

Stating Its Intention To Develop A New Revenue Source For Street Overlays And Related Improvements To Take Effect No Later Than January 1, 2013.

1864Res. 1864 PDF

8/7/2012

Authorizing Applications To The Recreation And Conservation Office (RCO) For State Funding Assistance For A Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program (“WWRP”) As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands.

1865Res. 1865 PDF

10/16/2012

Recognizing Glenbrook Neighborhood Council. Glenbrook Neighborhood Council

1866Res. 1866 PDF

12/11/2012

Recognizing White Horse Crossing Neighborhood Council. White Horse Crossing Neighborhood Council

1867Res. 1867 PDF

12/11/2012

Repealing Resolution Nos. 1851 And 1852 And Adopting A New Resolution Amending Kent City Code Fees Effective January 1, 2013, Including Business License, Planning And Land Use Application Fees, As Well As Permit And Inspection Fees Required To Comply With The Provisions Of The International Building, Residential, Mechanical, Fire, And Other Related Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code, Which Amendments Shall Be Assessed And Collected Beginning In The 2013 Biennial Budget.

1868Res. 1868 PDF

1/2/2013

Determining That Certain Public Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement With The Highest Bidder.

1869Res. 1869 PDF

2/5/2013

Declaring Its Intention To Order The Construction Or Installation Of Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks, Driveways, A Two-Way Left Turn Lane, Bike Lanes, Street Lighting, Landscaping, Erosion Control, Undergrounding Of Overhead Electrical Facilities, Storm Water Management Facilities, Utility Adjustments And Relocations And Necessary Appurtenances All Relating To The Overall Project Of Widening To 3 Lanes On SE 256th Street From Kent-Kangley Road To 116th Ave SE; And To Create A Local Improvement District To Assess A Part Of The Cost And Expense Of Carrying Out Those Improvements Against The Properties Specially Benefited Thereby, And Notifying All Persons Who Desire To Object To The Improvements To Appear And Present Their Objections At A Hearing Before The City Council To Be Held On March 5, 2013.

1870Res. 1870 PDF

2/11/2013

Endorsing The King County Flood Control District Executive Committee’s Decision To Recommend Repair And Reconstruction Of The Briscoe-Desimone Levee To The King County Flood Control District Board Of Supervisors In Accordance With The Project Proposal Developed By The City Of Kent.

1871Res. 1871 PDF

2/19/2013

Authorizing The City Of Kent To Impose A Sales And Use Tax As Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 As A Credit Against State Sales And Use Tax, Relating To Annexations, And Authorizing The City’s Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount For The 2013 Fiscal Year.

1872Res. 1872 PDF

2/19/2013

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1873Res. 1873 PDF

2/19/2013

Supporting The County-Wide 2014-2019 Medic One/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Levy.

1874Res. 1874 PDF

5/21/2013

Renaming South 231st Way To Veterans Drive, Honoring All Military Veterans.

1875Res. 1875 PDF

5/21/2013

In Strong Support Of A 2013 Transportation Investment Package.

1876Res. 1876 PDF

6/18/2013

Adopting The 2014-2019 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1877Res. 1877 PDF

7/16/2013

Relating To Funding The Construction Of Improvements To S.E. 256th Street, Authorizing Expenditure Of Funds From The City’s Business And Occupation Tax Account To Complete Those Improvements, And Confirming That All Current And Future Transportation Impact Fee Revenues Shall Be Transferred To The City’s Business And Occupation Tax Account Until The Total Amount Expended From The Business And Occupation Tax Account To Complete Construction Of The City’s S.E.

1878Res. 1878 PDF

10/15/2013

Endorsing And Adopting Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Policies.

1879Res. 1879 PDF

10/15/2013

Recognizing Pheasants Hollow Neighborhood Council.

1880Res. 1880 PDF

11/5/2013

Approving The Nomination Of The Mill Creek Historical District For Further Evaluation By The Landmark Designation And Preservation Commission Under Chapter 14.12 Of The Kent City Code

1881Res. 1881 PDF

2/4/2014

A RESOLUTION Of The City Council Of The City Of Kent, Washington, Determining A New Threshold Amount For The Sales And Use Tax Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 And Codified In Chapter 3.27 Of The Kent City Code, Relating To The Cost Of Providing Municipal Services To The Panther Lake Annexation Area For The 2014 Fiscal Year, And Authorizing The Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount To The Washington State Department Of Revenue.

1882Res. 1882 PDF

2/4/2014

Repealing Resolution 1859 And Adopting Financial, Accounting, And Budgetary Policies Intended To Provide Short And Long-Term Guidance To City Staff For The Purpose Of Achieving Financial Stability And Achieving Goals Established In The City Council’s Strategic Plan.

1883Res. 1883 PDF

5/6/2014

Relating To A Revision Of The Kent Comprehensive Plan, And Declaring An Emergency For The Adoption Of A Comprehensive Plan Amendment. CPA-2014-1 And CPZ-2014-1.

1884Res. 1884 PDF

5/6/2014

Declaring An Emergency And Waiving Competitive Bidding Procedures For Repair Of The Ice Plant Equipment, Including The Compressors And Chiller, Installed At The Showare Center.

1885Res. 1885 PDF

5/20/2014

Authorizing The Mayor To Sign The Interlocal Agreement With The Cities Of Auburn, Federal Way, Renton, And Tukwila, And The Port Of Seattle To Establish And Maintain A Multi¦ Jurisdictional Team Known As The "Valley Special Weapons And Tactics Team" To Effectively Respond To High Risk Criminal Occurrences.

1886Res. 1886 PDF

5/20/2014

A RESOLUTION Of The City Council Of The City Of Kent, Washington, That Authorizes Submitting An Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project(S) To The Recreation And Conservation Office As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands, Chapter 286 WAC And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1887Res. 1887 PDF

5/20/2014

Authorizing Submitting An Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Land And Water Conservation Fund Project(S) To The Recreation And Conservation Office As Provided In Section 4601-4 Of Title 16, USC, As Amended; Chapter 286 WAC And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1888Res. 1888 PDF

5/20/2014

Authorizing Submitting An Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project(S) To The Recreation And Conservation Office As Provided In Chapter 79A.15 RCW, Chapter 286 WAC And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1889Res. 1889 PDF

5/20/2014

Authorizing Submitting An Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Project(S) To The Recreation And Conservation Office As Provided In Chapter 79A. 15 RCW, Acquisition Of Habitat Conservation And Outdoor Recreation Lands, Chapter 286 WAC And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1890Res. 1890 PDF

5/20/2014

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act

1891Res. 1891 PDF

6/3/2014

Implementing SSB 5173 Relating To Two Unpaid Holidays For City Employees For A Reason Of Faith Or Conscience Or An Organized Activity Conducted Under The Auspices Of A Religious Denomination, Church, Or Religious Organization.

1892Res. 1892 PDF

6/3/2014

Seeking To Protect The Health, Safety, And Economic Well-Being Of Our Local Citizens And Our Natural Resources From The Potential Impact Of Increased Crude Oil Rail Traffic Passing Through The City Of Kent.

1893Res. 1893 PDF

7/15/2014

Adopting The 2015 Through 2020 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program

1894Res. 1894 PDF

7/15/2014

Recognizing Olympic Skyline Condominiums Neighborhood Council

1895Res. 1895 PDF

7/15/2014

Relating To Rules And Procedures For The City Council, City Council Meetings, And Council Committee Meetings (Repealed By 1959)

1896Res. 1896 PDF

8/19/2014

Adopting The City’s 2015-2020 Economic Development Strategic Plan

1897Res. 1897 PDF

8/19/2014

Adopting The Kent Valley Lop Trails Master Plan

1898Res. 1898 PDF

9/16/2014

Adopting The Current Form Of The King County Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan, Including Its 2014 Update, For Application In The City Of Kent

1899Res. 1899 PDF

9/16/2014

Renaming Russell Road Park To "Hogan Park At Russell Road" In Honor Of Isabel K. Hogan, Who Served As Mayor For The City Of Kent From 1970 Through 1986 And Was An Advocate For The City’s Parks, Recreation, And Art Programs.

1900Res. 1900 PDF

10/21/2014

Ratifying The King County Countywide Planning Policies Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act

1901Res. 1901 PDF

12/9/2014

Authorizing Investment Of Available Monies In The Local Government Investment Pool

1902Res. 1902 PDF

12/16/2014

Adopting A New Resolution Amending Kent City Code Fees Effective January 1, 2015, Including Business License, Planning And Land Use Application Fees, As Well As Permit And Inspection Fees Required To Comply With The Provisions Of The International Building, Residential, Mechanical, Fire, And Other Related Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code, Which Amendments Shall Be Assessed And Collected Beginning In The 2015- 2016 Biennial Budget; And Repealing Resolution No. 1867.

1903Res. 1903 PDF

1/20/2015

Adopting A New Resolution Adopting Indigent Defense Standards For Indigent Defense Services Provided To The City Of Kent And Repealing Resolution NO. 1843

1904Res. 1904 PDF

2/17/2015

Determining A New Threshold Amount For The Sales And Use Tax Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 And Codified In Chapter 3.27 Of The Kent City Code, Relating To The Cost Of Providing Municipal Services To The Panther Lake Annexation Area For The 2015 Fiscal Year, And Authorizing The Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount To The Washington State Department Of Revenue.

1905Res. 1905 PDF

3/3/2015

Repealing Resolution No. 698 And Establishing New Procedures Related To Relocation Assistance For City Projects Not Receiving Federal Financial Assistance.

1906Res. 1906 PDF

3/17/2015

Ratifying The 2014 King County Buildable Lands Report And Amendments Of The Countywide Planning Policies Defining Countywide Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets And Establishing Greenhouse Gas Measurement And Reporting Commitments Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1907Res. 1907 PDF

3/17/2015

Recognizing Stillwater Greens Neighborhood Council

1908Res. 1908 PDF

4/7/2015

In Strong Support Of And Urging The State Legislature And The Governor To Enact And Sign Into Law A 2015 Transportation Revenue-And-Reform Package

1909Res. 1909 PDF

4/7/2015

Expressing Support For King County Proposition NO. 1 – The Emergency Public Safety Radio Network Replacement Project.

1910Res. 1910 PDF

5/19/2015

For The Annexation Of A Portion Of Property To The City Of Kent Simultaneously With The Deannexation Of Related Property To The City Of Auburn, Pursuant To RCW 35.10.217.

1911Res. 1911 PDF

7/21/2015

Adopting The 2016 Through 2021 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program

1912Res. 1912 PDF

7/21/2015

Recognizing Eagle Creek Neighborhood Council

1913Res. 1913 PDF

7/28/2015

Providing For Submission To The Qualified Electors Of Kent At The November 3, 2015, Election An Advisory Proposition Asking Whether Qualified Voters Recommend The Kent City Council Pass An Ordinance Prohibiting The Sale, Possession, And Discharge Of Consumer Fireworks At All Times Within The Kent City Limits.

1914Res. 1914 PDF

8/7/2015

Authorizing Submission Of An Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Youth Athletic Facilities Project(s) To The Recreation And Conservation Office As Provided For In Chapter 286 WAC And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1915Res. 1915 PDF

10/6/2015

Ratifying The Amendment Of The King County Countywide Planning Policies Outlining A Process For School Districts And Jurisdictions To Work Together To Identify Future School Sites Within The Urban Growth Area Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1916Res. 1916 PDF

10/20/2015

In Support Of The Efforts Of The Kent Downtown Partnership To Bring Washington State’s Main Street Program "2016 Revitalize WA Conference" To Kent.

1917Res. 1917 PDF

10/20/2015

Expressing Support For The King County "Best Starts For Kids" Levy, Proposition No. 1 - Regular Property Tax Levy For Children, Youth, Families And Communities.

1918Res. 1918 PDF

12/8/2015

In Support Of The City’s Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Salmon Recovery Projects To The Salmon Recovery Funding Board As Provided In RCW 77.85, WAC 420 And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1919Res. 1919 PDF

1/19/2016

Declaring An Emergency And Proposing An Amendment To The Kent Comprehensive Plan, Separately From The Annual Cycle, To Incorporate The Park And Open Space Plan Into The Comprehensive Plan

1920Res. 1920 PDF

2/16/2016

Determining A New Threshold Amount For The Sales And Use Tax Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 And Codified In Chapter 3.27 Of The Kent City Code, Relating To The Cost Of Providing Municipal Services To The Panther Lake Annexation Area For The 2016 Fiscal Year, And Authorizing The Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount To The Washington State Department Of Revenue.

1921Res. 1921 PDF

3/1/2016

Recognizing East Pointe Neighborhood Council

1922Res. 1922 PDF

3/1/2016

Expressing Support For The Continuation Of The Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority’s Benefit Charge And For The Authority’s Ballot Proposition Entitled, "Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority Continuation Of Benefit Charge."

1923Res. 1923 PDF

3/15/2016

Expressing Support For The Kent School District’s Capital Improvement And School Construction General Obligation Bond Ballot Proposition Entitled, “Capital Improvement And School Construction General Obligation Bonds - $252,000,000.”

1924Res. 1924 PDF

4/19/2016

Recognizing Talbot II Neighborhood Council

1925Res. 1925 PDF

4/19/2016

Recognizing Meridian Firs I Neighborhood Council

1926Res. 1926 PDF

5/3/2016

Authorizing The Submission Of An Application For Grant Funding Assistance Through The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Of The Recreation And Conservation Office, As Provided For In Chapters 79A.15 And 79A.25 Of The Revised Code Of Washington, Chapter 286 Of The Washington Administrative Code, And Other Applicable Authorities, To Acquire The Walla Property Located At Clark Lake Park.

1927Res. 1927 PDF

5/17/2016

Ratifying The Amendment Of The King County Countywide Planning Policies To Provide That Jurisdictions Can Consider The Full Range Of Programs Including Mandatory Programs That Will Assist In Meeting Their Share Of The Countywide Need For Affordable Housing Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1928Res. 1928 PDF

6/21/2016

Adopting The 2017 Through 2022 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program

1929Res. 1929 PDF

7/19/2016

Determining That Certain Public Utility Equipment Is Surplus To The City’s Needs, Providing For The Sale Thereof, Stating The Consideration To Be Paid For The Equipment, And Authorizing The Director Of Public Works To Enter Into A Sales Agreement.

1930Res. 1930 PDF

9/2/2016

In Support Of The City’s Application For Grant Funding Assistance For Salmon Recovery Projects To The Salmon Recovery Funding Board As Provided In RCW 77.85, WAC 420 And Subsequent Legislative Action.

1931Res. 1931 PDF

9/16/2016

Adopting A Policy For Addressing Installation And Maintenance Of Crosswalk Markings Throughout The City Of Kent

1932Res. 1932 PDF

9/6/2016

Authorizing A Salary Survey For Non-Represented Employees

1933Res. 1933 PDF

9/6/2016

Expressing Support For The Kent School District’s Capital Improvement And School Construction General Obligation Bond Ballot Proposition Entitled, "Capital Improvement And School Construction General Obligation Bonds -$252,000,000."

1934Res. 1934 PDF

10/4/2016

Declaring City Owned Property In Downtown Kent, Generally Bounded On The North By Meeker Street, On The West By SR 167, On The South By Willis Street, And On The East By The Interurban Trail Corridor, And Commonly Referred To As The "Naden" Properties, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs, And Authorizing The Mayor To Take All Appropriate Actions To Market The Properties For Sale Or Lease In One Or More Phases.

1935Res. 1935 PDF

10/4/2016

Declaring City Owned Property In Downtown Kent, Generally Bounded On The North By Meeker Street, On The West By SR 167, On The South By Willis Street, And On The East By The Interurban Trail Corridor, And Commonly Referred To As The "Naden" Properties, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs, And Authorizing The Mayor To Take All Appropriate Actions To Market The Properties For Sale Or Lease In One Or More Phases.

1936Res. 1936 PDF

10/18/2016

Adopting The City’s Strategic Plan.

1937Res. 1937 PDF

11/15/2016

Adopting A Street Light Policy.

1938Res. 1938 PDF

11/15/2016

Establishing An Urban Center As Defined For Multi-Family Residential Tax Exemption Purposes, Setting A Public Hearing On December 13, 2016, To Consider Designating The Proposed Riverbend Gateway Project Area As A Residential Targeted Area Within The Urban Center For Multi-Family Limited Property Tax Exemptions, And Declaring The City Council’s Intent To Designate The Riverbend Gateway Project Area As A Residential Targeted Area Pursuant To Chapter 84.14, Revised Code Of Washington.

1939Res. 1939 PDF

12/13/2016

Adopting And Amending Kent City Code Fees Effective January 1, 2017, Including Business License, Planning And Land Use Application Fees; Permit And Inspection Fees Required To Comply With The Provisions Of The International Building, Residential, Mechanical, Fire, And Other Related Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code; Other Miscellaneous City Permit And Application Fees; And Repealing Resolution No. 1902.

1940Res. 1940 PDF

2/21/2017

Determining A New Threshold Amount For The Sales And Use Tax Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 And Codified In Chapter 3.27 Of The Kent City Code, Relating To The Cost Of Providing Municipal Services To The Panther Lake Annexation Area For The 2017 Fiscal Year, And Authorizing The Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount To The Washington State Department Of Revenue.

1941Res. 1941 PDF

2/21/2017

Adopting And Amending Kent City Code Fees For 2017, Including Business License, Planning, And Land Use Application Fees; Permit And Inspection Fees Required To Comply With The Provisions Of The International Building, Residential, Mechanical, Fire, And Other Related Codes And The Uniform Plumbing Code; Other Miscellaneous City Permit And Application Fees; And Repealing Resolution No. 1939.

1942Res. 1942 PDF

4/18/2017

Ratifying The Amendment Of The King County Countywide Planning Policies To Amend The Urban Growth Boundary And Potential Annexation Area Maps As Adopted By The Metropolitan King County Council And Pursuant To The Growth Management Act.

1943Res. 1943 PDF

6/6/2017

Adopting the 2018 through 2023 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1944Res. 1944 PDF

6/20/2017

Recognizing Village at Single Creek Neighborhood Council.

1945Res. 1945 PDF

7/18/2017

Recognizing Vila Real Neighborhood Council.

1946Res. 1946 PDF

9/5/2017

Repealing Resolution No. 1807, and Readopting a Fee Schedule for the Kent Corrections Facility Programs and the Kent Police Department.

1947Res. 1947 PDF

9/19/2017

Declaring Vacant City Owned Property In Kent, Generally Located On The South Side Of Veterans Drive, West Of Riverview Boulevard, And Commonly Referred To As The “Kent Highlands” Property, To Be Surplus To The City’s Needs, And Authorizing The Mayor To Take All Appropriate Actions To Market The Properties For Sale Or Lease In One Or More Phases.

1948Res. 1948 PDF

9/19/2017

Recognizing Millbrook Heights Neighborhood Council.

1949Res. 1949 PDF

10/17/2017

Approving Consideration For Sale Of A Portion Of The City’s Morrill Meadows/East Hill Park For Development Of A New YMCA Facility; Declaring The Property To Be Surplus In Order To Facilitate The YMCA Improvements; Approving The Removal, To The Extent Necessary, Of Restrictive Covenants Or Other Real Property Restrictions Related To Preservation Of Portions Of The Property For Outdoor Recreation And Open Space Purposes, Subject To Any Necessary Approval Of The State Recreation And Conservation Office And King County Department Of Natural Resources And Parks.

1950Res. 1950 PDF

10/17/2017

Adopting A Policy Outlining A Grievance Procedure Under The Americans With Disabilities Act.

1951

11/21/2017

Renaming South 238th Street To Oberto Drive, Commemorating Oberto’s Contribution To The City And Its 100 Year Anniversary.

1952

12/12/2017

Repealing Resolution 1882 And Adopting Financial Policies Intended To Provide General Guidance For The Issuance And Management Of All City Debt, And For The Establishment And Maintenance Of Fund Balance Reserves.

1953

12/12/2017

Ratifying, With Conditions, The 2017 Update To The Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Or Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 8 Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan.

1954

1/2/2018

Recognizing Shadowbrook Ridge Neighborhood Council.

1955

1/2/2018

Recognizing Kent Downtown Partnership Neighborhood Council.

1956Res. 1956 PDF

2/6/2018

Providing For The Submission To The City’s Qualified Electors At An Election To Be Held On April 24, 2018, Of A Proposition Authorizing The City To Increase The Existing Utility Tax By Two Percent (2%) For A Total Utility Tax Of Eight Percent (8%) On The Total Gross Income Derived From Revenues Of Companies Operating In Kent That Provide Electricity, Manufactured And Natural Gas, Telephone, And Cable Television Services In Order To Provide Funds To Be Used Exclusively For Additional Police Officers And Associated Criminal Justice Programs Impacted By The Addition Of Police Officers In The City Of Kent.

1957Res. 1957 PDF

2/6/2018

Endorsing Proposition A On The April 24, 2018, Special Election Ballot, Which Authorizes A 2% Increase, From 6% To 8%, Of The Existing Utility Tax On The Total Gross Income Derived From Revenues Of Companies Operating In Kent That Provide Electricity, Manufactured And Natural Gas, Telephone, And Cable Television Services, In Order To Fund Additional Staff And Equipment Exclusively For Police And Criminal Justice Services In The City Of Kent, And Urging Kent’s Residents To Vote “Yes” On That Ballot Measure.

1958Res. 1958 PDF

2/20/2018

Determining A New Threshold Amount For The Sales And Use Tax Authorized By RCW 82.14.415 And Codified In Chapter 3.27 Of The Kent City Code, Relating To The Cost Of Providing Municipal Services To The Panther Lake Annexation Area For The 2018 Fiscal Year, And Authorizing The Finance Director To Certify The Threshold Amount To The Washington State Department Of Revenue.

1959Res. 1959 PDF

2/20/2018

Repealing Resolution No. 1895 And Enacting A New Resolution Relating To Rules And Procedures For The City Council, City Council Meetings, And Council Committee Meetings. (Repealed by 1994)

1960Res. 1960 PDF

2/20/2018

Repealing Resolution 1776 That Recognizes Scenic Hill As A Neighborhood Council.

1961Res. 1961 PDF

3/6/2018

Amending the 2018 through 2023 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1962Res. 1962 PDF

3/20/2018

Recognizing Connection Condominiums Neighborhood Council.

1963Res. 1963 PDF

3/20/2018

Recognizing Laurel Springs Lower Community Neighborhood Council.

1964Res. 1964 PDF

3/20/2018

Expressing Support For Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority (“PSRFA”) Proposition 1 In Which Voters Will Be Asked To Restore The PSRFA’s Regular Property Tax Levy To A Rate Of $1.00 Per $1,000 Of Assessed Value At The April 24, 2018, Special Election.

1965Res. 1965 PDF

4/17/2018

Recognizing Fern Crest Neighborhood Council.

1966Res. 1966 PDF

5/1/2018

Authorizes The Submission Of An Application For Grant Funding Assistance Through The Washington Wildlife And Recreation Program Of The Recreation And Conservation Office, As Provided For In Chapters 79a.15 And 79a.25 Of The Revised Code Of Washington, Chapter 286 Of The Washington Administrative Code, And Other Applicable Authorities, For Field Drainage Services At Service Club Ballfields.

1967Res. 1967 PDF

6/19/2018

Adopting The 2019 Through 2024 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1968Res. 1968 PDF

6/19/2018

Recognizing North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council.

1969Res. 1969 PDF

6/19/2018

Recognizing Malik Ridge Neighborhood Council.

1970Res. 1970 PDF

6/19/2018

Amending The City’s Vision, Mission, Goals, And Values, And Adopting A Strategic Framework.

1971Res. 1971 PDF

8/7/2018

Authorizes The Submission Of An Application For Grant Funding Assistance Through The Land And Water Conservation Fund Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program Of The Recreation And Conservation Office, As Provided For In Chapters 79a.15 And 79a.25 Of The Revised Code Of Washington, Chapter 286 Of The Washington Administrative Code, And Other Applicable Authorities, For Renovation Of West Fenwick Park, And Identifies The Parks Director As The City’s Authorized Representative For Purposes Of Securing The Grant And Binding The City To The Grant’s Terms And Conditions.

1972Res. 1972 PDF

8/21/2018

Recognizing the Meridian Orchard Neighborhood Council.

1973Res. 1973 PDF

8/21/2018

Authorizes The Submission Of Applications For Grant Funding Assistance Through The Land And Water Conservation Fund Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program Of The Recreation And Conservation Office, As Provided For In Chapters 79A.15 And 79A.25 Of The Revised Code Of Washington, Chapter 286 Of The Washington Administrative Code, And Other Applicable Authorities, For Renovation Of West Fenwick Park And Field Drainage Services At Service Club Ballfields, And Identifies The Parks Director As The City’s Authorized Representative For Purposes Of Securing The Grants And Binding The City To The Grant Terms And Conditions.

1974Res. 1974 PDF

9/18/2018

Recognizing Lake Meridian Ridge Neighborhood Council.

1975Res. 1975 PDF

9/18/2018

Authorizes the submission of an application for grant funding assistance for salmon recovery projects administered by the Recreation and Conservation Office, as provided for in Chapter 77.85 of the Revised Code of Washington, and Chapter 420 of the Washington Administrative Code and other applicable authorities; and identifies the Public Works Director and/or Mayor as the City’s authorized representatives for purposes of securing the grant and binding the City to the grant’s terms and conditions.

1976Res. 1976 PDF

10/2/2018

Recognizing West Hill Cambridge Neighborhood Council.

1977Res. 1977 PDF

11/6/2018

Approves The Federal Way Link Extension Project Development Agreement With Sound Transit.

1978Res. 1978 PDF

2/19/2019

Determining a new threshold amount for the sales and use tax authorized by RCW 82.14.415 and codified in Chapter 3.27 of the Kent City Code, relating to the cost of providing municipal services to the Panther Lake Annexation Area for the 2019 fiscal year, and authorizing the Finance Director to certify the threshold amount to the Washington State Department of Revenue.

1979Res. 1979 PDF

3/5/2019

(1) Declares approximately 64,737 square feet of land included within the City's Green River Natural Resources Area surplus to the City’s drainage utility; (2) authorizes the transfer of that surplus land from the drainage utility to Recreational Adventures Co. for incorporation into its Seattle/Tacoma KOA Campground; (3) conditions that surplus transfer upon the City’s receipt of fair market value from Recreational Adventures Co. in the form of land and permanent easement rights of comparable value and necessary for the Lower Russell Road Levee Improvement Project in accordance with the terms of the August 20, 2018, Land Exchange Agreement; (4) authorizes the Mayor to take all actions necessary to remove open space use restrictions from the surplus land to allow for its transfer and use by Recreational Adventures Co. as part of its campground, subject to the approval of King County; and (5) authorizes the Mayor to take all other actions, and sign all documents, deeds, easements, and agreements as may be necessary to fully implement the terms of this resolution and the Land Exchange Agreement between the City and Recreational Adventures Co.

1980Res. 1980 PDF

4/16/2019

Updates the policy originally established through Resolution No. 1544, and updated through Resolution No. 1600, concerning the taping and airing of candidate statements and forum discussions of candidates running for local office, on an equal and nondiscriminatory basis, to account for new technology and evolved communication methods, and to expressly provide that all communication methods utilized by the City in carrying out its day-to-day business operations are similarly available to communicate objective facts in a fair manner to Kent residents concerning local ballot measures.

1981Res. 1981 PDF

5/21/2019

Adopting the 2020 through 2025 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program.

1982Res. 1982 PDF

5/21/2019

Recognizing Flower Court Neighborhood Council.

1983Res. 1983 PDF

6/4/2019

Approving the countywide ballot proposition for funding the Medic One/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy for the period of January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2025, pursuant to RCW 84.52.069.

1984

(Pending)

1985Res. 1985 PDF

7/2/2019

Repealing Resolution 1983, and approving the countywide ballot proposition for funding the Medic One/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy for the period of January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2025, pursuant to RCW 84.52.069.

1986Res. 1986 PDF

7/2/2019

Approving the Development Agreement between Blue Origin and the City of Kent.

1987Res. 1987 PDF

7/16/2019

Recognizing Westview Meadows Neighborhood Council.

1988Res. 1988 PDF

7/16/2019

Recognizing Hawkesbury II & III Neighborhood Council.

1989Res. 1989 PDF

7/16/2019

Approving the 2019 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan for the King County Solid Waste System.

1990Res. 1990 PDF

8/20/2019

Recognizing Rosewood Place Neighborhood Council.

1991Res. 1991 PDF

9/3/2019

(1) declares approximately 2.28 acres of land located on the East Hill of Kent at 12436 SE 248th Street and commonly known as the Lannoye Property and identified by King County Tax Parcel Numbers 212205-9122, 212205-9177, and 212205-9099 as surplus to the City’s drainage utility; (2) authorizes the transfer of that surplus land from the drainage utility to the City’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department; (3) conditions that surplus land transfer upon the drainage utility’s receipt of $978,000; (4) removes any use restriction Council may have established at the time it authorized the purchase of the Lannoye Property for the drainage utility; and (5) authorizes the Mayor to take all other actions, and sign all documents as may be necessary, to fully implement the terms of this resolution and to effect the Lannoye Property’s administrative transfer from the City’s drainage utility to the City’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department.

1992Res. 1992 PDF

9/17/2019

Designating the Crystal Mountain Hall in the Kent Commons located at 525 Fourth Avenue North, Kent, WA 98032, as the temporary meeting location for regular meetings of the City Council until the Council Chambers located in City Hall becomes available.

1993Res. 1993 PDF

9/17/2019

Recognizing Wildberry Neighborhood Council.

1994Res. 1994 PDF

9/17/2019

Repealing resolution No. 1959 and enacting a new resolution relating to the bylaws, rules and procedures for the city council, council meetings, and council committee meetings.

1995Res. 1995 PDF

10/1/2019

Declaring the intent of the City Council to adopt legislation to authorize a sales and use tax for affordable and supportive housing in accordance with Substitute House Bill 1406 (Chapter 338, Laws of 2019).

1996Res. 1996 PDF

10/15/2019

Determining that certain water system utility equipment is surplus to the City’s needs, providing for the sale thereof, stating the consideration to be paid for the equipment, and authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into a sales agreement.

1997Res. 1997 PDF

11/5/2019

Adopting the Water Use Efficiency Goals for the 2018 to 2028 water system planning cycle contained in Appendix E of the City of Kent Water System Plan.

1998Res. 1998 PDF

11/19/19

Recognizing Living at Bridges Neighborhood Council.

1999Res. 1999 PDF

11/19/19

Authorizing the assessment of service and convenience fees for processing credit card, debit card, and eCheck transactions.

2000Res. 2000 PDF

11/19/19

Adopting and amending fees for 2020, including business license, planning, and land use application fees; permit and inspection fees required to comply with the international building, residential, mechanical, fire, and other related codes and the uniform plumbing code; other miscellaneous permit and application fees; and repealing Resolution No. 1941.

2001Res. 2001 PDF

11/19/19

Repealing Resolution No. 1946, and readopting a fee schedule for the Kent Corrections Facility Programs and the Kent Police Department.

2002Res. 2002 PDF

11/19/19

Adopting the 2019 City of Kent Water System Plan.

2003Res. 2003 PDF

11/19/19

(1) declares the Kronisch Property, located at Military Road and South 248th Street, and identified by King County Tax Parcel Numbers 125320-0015, 125320-0075, and 125320-0070 as surplus to the City’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Service Department; (2) authorizes the transfer of that surplus land to the City’s water utility; (3) conditions that surplus land transfer upon the water utility’s payment of the property's appraised value of $520,000; (4) authorizes the Mayor to take all other actions, and sign all documents as may be necessary, to fully implement the terms of this resolution and complete the Kronisch Property’s administrative transfer from the City’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department to its water utility; (5) provides for the proceeds paid by the water utility to be used to support future park improvements, expansions, or acquisitions on Kent’s West Hill; and (6) ratifies all acts, and authorizes the Mayor to take all actions, consistent with the terms of the resolution.

2004Res. 2004 PDF

12/10/19

(1) declares approximately 7.21 acres of land included within the City’s Green River Natural Resources Area surplus to the City's drainage utility; (2) authorizes the reallocation of that surplus land from the drainage utility to the City’s Parks Department to be used for a relocated and reconstructed Van Daren’s Landing Park; (3) conditions the reallocation of the drainage utility surplus land upon the similar surplus and reallocation of the existing Van Daren’s Landing Park, approximately 10.22 acres in size, to the City’s drainage utility to be used for construction of flood protection amenities, a back channel, and habitat restoration in support of the Lower Russell Levee Improvement Project; (4) further conditions the reallocation of the surplus park land upon the City’s future receipt of additional land, approximately 3.59 acres in size, from King County, which is necessary to relocate and reconstruct Van Daren’s Landing Park; (5) authorizes the Mayor to take all actions necessary to remove any use restrictions from the surplus lands, whose removal is required to allow the Project to be constructed as designed, subject to the approval of the agency imposing the use restrictions; and (6) authorizes the Mayor to take all other actions, and sign all documents, deeds, easements, and agreements as may be necessary to fully implement the terms of this resolution and the reallocation of land between the City's drainage utility and the City’s Parks Department.

2005Res. 2005 PDF

1/21/20

Recognizing Kara on the Bluff Neighborhood Council.

2006Res. 2006 PDF

1/21/20

Approving and adopting Addendum 1 to the Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between Auburn, Federal Way, Kent, Renton, Tukwila, and the Port of Seattle for the creation of the Valley Special Weapons and Tactics Team, admitting the City of Des Moines as a member of the Valley Special Weapons and Tactics Team.

2007Res. 2007 PDF

2/4/20

Approving the Master License Agreement (MLA) template and authorizing execution of individual MLAs with qualified applicants administratively.

2008Res. 2008 PDF

3/17/20

Discouraging landlords in the City of Kent from pursuing eviction of tenants who are able to establish that they are unable to pay rent as a direct result of the personal effects of Coronavirus.

2009

(Pending)

2010Res. 2010 PDF

4/21/2020

Establishing urban centers as defined for multi-family residential tax exemption purposes, declaring the City Council’s intent to designate greater Downtown Kent and the Midway subarea as Residential Targeted Areas, and setting a public hearing for May 19, 2020, to consider such designations pursuant to Chapter 84.14, Revised Code of Washington.

2011Res. 2011 PDF

5/5/2020

Authorizing and directing the Mayor to sign on behalf of the City the Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network Operator Interlocal Cooperation Agreement and related Memorandum of Understanding.