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Motions

Title Sort ascending Adopted Date Category Description Status See Also
2020-19
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to direct the Executive Director to examine Port operations and policies for sources of racial bias and discrimination and to develop programs and policies eliminating inequity in all aspects of the organization. Active
2020-18
  • Policy Direction
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission directing the Executive Director that competitive solicitation is not appropriate or cost-effective for youth opportunity services and exempting such contracts from the requirements of Chapter 53.19 RCW. Active
2020-17
  • Miscellaneous
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission supporting the Executive Directors recommendation to adjust the Commission-approved 2020 Port budget and to authorize the execution of $3,000,000 in new community benefit programs to spur regional economic recovery. Active
2020-16
  • Staff Appointments
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission appointing a Commission Chief of Staff. Active
2020-15
  • Policy Direction
  • Social Responsibility
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to direct a comprehensive assessment of the Port of Seattle Police Department to ensure alignment with the highest national standards and best practices related to policing; and to establish a Task Force on Port Policing and Civil Rights to lead the assessment and develop recommendations for action. Active
2020-14
  • Miscellaneous
  • Policy Direction
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the Executive Director to execute up to $1,500,000 (one million and five hundred thousand) dollars in contracts under the South King County Fund. Active
2020-13
  • Policy Direction
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to authorize adjustments to leases and other financial terms for airport dining and retail tenants. Active
2020-12
  • Policy Direction
  • Social Responsibility
To Explore short-term employment opportunities that enhance the mission of the Port of Seattle and support economic recovery for the resident of King County from the COVID-19 pandemic. Active
2020-11
  • Miscellaneous
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to direct the Executive Director to develop and implement a plan for health screening of travelers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, and to advocate for a national system of airport health screening. Active
2020-10
  • Policy Direction
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to add economic development to the permissible uses for the South King County Fund, in support of local recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Active
2020-09
  • Policy Direction
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to authorize short-term changes to the 2020-2024 Capital Improvement Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; to provide direction for interim actions related to ongoing construction and deferred capital projects and readiness to aid recovery; and to delegate authority to the Executive Director to execute change orders for costs that exceed $300,000 related to construction and enhanced worker safety on Port construction sites due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Active
2020-08
  • Miscellaneous
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to extend the deadlines established in Motion 2019-13 for policy recommendations on the use of public-facing biometric technology at Port facilities to June, 2020 and for policy governing the use of public-facing biometric technology at Port facilities to August 31, 2020. Active 2019-13
2020-07
  • Miscellaneous
  • Social Responsibility
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to provide immediate relief and support of Port employees and Port tenants and concessionaires. Active
2020-06
  • Miscellaneous
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to provide guidance for Port leadership in prioritizing Port investments to assist local, regional, and statewide economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Active
2020-05
  • Miscellaneous
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission supporting the recommendations in “A Changing Tide” that align with the port’s Century Agenda goal to use our influence as an institution to promote workforce development. Active
2020-04
  • Environment
  • Social Responsibility
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission directing the acceleration of the sound insulation program at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Active
2020-03
  • Committee Appointments
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission appointing and confirming a public member of the commission's Audit Committee for 2020-2022. Active
2020-02
  • Committee Charter
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission adopting the charter of a Port of Seattle Commission Biometrics Special Committee to review the proposals of the Biometrics Working Group and Advisory Group and develop new policies or update existing policies governing the use of public-facing biometric technology at port facilities, as needed, for Port of Seattle Commission consideration Active
2020-01 A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission electing a slate of commission officers for calendar year 2020. Active
2019-15
  • Policy Direction
A Motion of the Port of Seattle Commission directing the Executive Director to develop and implement an Infants at Work pilot program as an additional benefit for eligible Port of Seattle employees and their infants and providing deadlines for implementation. Active
2019-14
  • Policy Direction
Advancing the Miller Creek Culvert Replacement Project and providing for installation of portable noise monitors. Active
2019-13
  • Policy Direction
A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission adopting guiding principles for the public facing use of biometric technology at Port of Seattle maritime and aviation facilities; establishing a working group to develop policy recommendations governing public-facing biometric use at the port; and establishing deadlines for further actions. Active
2019-12
  • Ballot Measure
Supporting Initiative 1000, through endorsement for the approval of Referendum 88, an initiative to the Legislature which was passed in April 2019 and which supports the Port’s goals of increased utilization of small businesses, including disadvantaged, minority-owned, and women-owned businesses. Active
2019-11
  • Ballot Measure
Opposing Initiative 976, a ballot proposition that would significantly hamper the ability of the State of Washington and local government entities from adequately funding transportation infrastructure. Active
2019-10
  • Policy Direction
Adopting principles to guide outreach and development of the South King County Fund policy. Active
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