|Title Sort ascending||Adopted Date||Category||Description||Status||See Also|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission appointing a Member to the Port of Seattle Commission Board of Ethics for 2022 - 2025.||Active|
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to align Port of Seattle policing policy with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee’s Directive 22-12 prohibiting cooperation or assistance with out-of-state abortion and other reproductive health care investigations, prosecutions or other legal actions.||Active|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission appointing a Public Member to the Port of Seattle Audit Committee.||Active|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission appointing Members to the Port of Seattle Commission Board of Ethics.||Active|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission to increase the three-year investment in the Youth Career Launch Program from $2.1 million to $4.1 million.||Active|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission increasing the current base salary of the Executive Director, Steve Metruck, by 8.5 percent to $394,181 and providing for a lump sum amount of 2 percent of the base salary for each of the years 2020 and 2021, respectively.||Active|
||To extend the reporting date back to the Commission for Order No. 2021-15 to March 9, 2022, regarding outcomes identified in the SEA Tenant Build-out Analysis.||Active|
||Aligning the Port’s Opportunity Youth Initiative with the Port’s Workforce Development Resolution and Policy Directive and renaming it as the “Youth Career Launch Program” and to create pathways to high-quality jobs for youth.||Active|
|Order 2022-01||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission electing the slate of Port of Seattle Commission Officers for calendar year 2022.||Active|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission to direct the Executive Director to develop recommendations to support the outcomes identified in SEA Tenant Build-Out Analysis.||Active|
An order of the Port of Seattle Commission appointing a Commission Chief of Staff.
||An order to direct the Executive Director to develop and execute a memorandum of understanding by July 29, 2022 that establishes a strategic relationship with the Seattle Aquarium, and commits $5,000,000 over the next five years for the development of the Aquarium’s Ocean Pavilion including a Port-related marine environmental educational exhibit.||Active|
||An order directing the Executive Director to Review the Port’s South King County Fund Grant Program Following its Fourth Year; to Assess the Programs Impacts; to Develop Recommendations on the Future of the Program and Possible Extension; and to Rename the Fund.||Active|
An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to endorse the Executive Director’s adoption of Policy HR-34, requiring Port employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to endorse the Executive Director’s acceleration of the carbon emission reduction targets of the Port of Seattle.||Active|
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to support the delivery of a plan to inventory the ecological, land use (including zoning), and recreational site conditions of the 55 (fifty-five) acres of Port-owned land within North SeaTac Park within 30 (thirty) days of this order.||Active|
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to appoint Lara Behnert, Fulgencio Lazo and Jim Suehiro to each serve a three-year term as members of the Port Commission’s Portwide Arts and Culture Program Board, effective immediately.||Active|
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to support the Executive Director’s negotiation and execution of a lease agreement for the property known as Tsubota with the City of Seattle.||Active|
An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to direct the Executive Director to develop and implement executive policies banning Port and private sector uses of public-facing biometrics for mass surveillance, and for law enforcement and security functions; developing and implementing Port policies – within the limitations of state and federal law – related to Port, federal and private-sector uses of public-facing biometrics at Port facilities for traveler functions; and endorsing federal legislation implementing a moratorium on federal uses of biometrics not explicitly approved by the United States Congress.
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to direct the Executive Director to allocate up to $2.0 million from the COVID-19 Emergency Fund to support the Port of Seattle’s 2021 Opportunity Youth Initiative and to exempt all related contracts from the requirements of Chapter 53.19 RCW.||Active|
An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to extend the on demand taxi and flat rate for hire service pilot program at Sea-Tac International Airport until September 30, 2022.
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to approve execution of the Executive Director employment agreement||Active|
||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission to require the Executive Director to continue the indefinite postponement of the expenditure of funds for the design or construction of a cruise terminal on Terminal 46 until a reassessment of the industry is delivered to Commission, and other requirements before construction is authorized.||Active|
|Order 2021-01||An order of the Port of Seattle Commission electing a slate of commission officers for calendar year 2021||Active|
||An Order of the Port of Seattle Commission to authorize additional adjustments to agreements with tenants and concessionaires impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.||Active|
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