|Title Sort ascending||Adopted Date||Category||Description||Status||See Also|
||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 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|
||A motion of the Port of Seattle Commission to adopt the new names for the six Port-owned public access and shoreline habitat sites along the Duwamish River as determined through the community engagement project, "Incredible Parks Want Incredible Names."||Active|
||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|
||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|
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