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Resolution 3806 Tax Levy A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle specifying the dollar and percentage change in the regular property levy from the previous year per RCW 84.55.120; providing for an increase of the levy from $81,036,634 to $82,657,367. Active
Resolution 3805 Budget A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle adopting the final budget of the Port of Seattle for the year 2023; making, determining, and deciding the amount of taxes to be levied upon the current assessment roll; providing payment of bond redemptions and interest, cost of future capital improvements and acquisitions, and for such general purposes allowed by law which the Port deems necessary; and directing the King County Council as to the specific sums to be levied on all of the assessed properties of the Port of Seattle District in the Year 2023. Active
Resolution 3804 Bonds Resolution No. 3804, amending Resolution No. 3801, adopted by the Port of Seattle Commission, on April 26, 2022, regarding certain delegated authority and maximum interest rate limitation with respect to the sale of the Port’s Intermediate Lien Revenue and Refunding Bonds. Active
Resolution 3803 Real Property Surplus A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle amending Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle (Lower Duwamish Industrial Development District) by: (i) declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes; (ii) deleting said property from Unit 20 of the Comprehensive Scheme; and (iii) authorizing the Executive Director, or his designee, to finalize negotiation, preparation and execution all necessary documents to sell said real property to King County for purposes of developing a Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) facility. Active
Resolution 3802 Real Property Surplus A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle to amend Unit 18 of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements of the Port of Seattle by: (i) declaring certain real property surplus and no longer needed for Port district purposes; (ii) deleting said property from Unit 18 of the Comprehensive Scheme; and (iii) authorizing the Executive Director to take all necessary steps and execute all documents for the sale of such real property to Bridge Point Seatac 300, LLC. Active
Resolution 3801 Bonds A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the issuance and sale of intermediate lien revenue and refunding bonds in one or more series in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $1,000,000,000, for the purpose of financing or refinancing capital improvements to aviation facilities and for the purpose of refunding certain outstanding revenue bonds of the Port; setting forth certain bond terms and covenants; and delegating authority to approve final terms and conditions and the sale of the bonds. Active
Resolution 3800 Real Property Surplus A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes approximately 88,325 square feet (2.3 acres) of Port-owned real property located in the City of SeaTac, King County; and further authorizing the Executive Director, or his designee, to finalize negotiation, prepare and execute all necessary documents to convey in fee and permanent easement a portion of said real property to Sound Transit for use in the development of the Federal Way Link Extension Project. Active
Resolution 3799 Real Property Surplus A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle declaring surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes approximately 2.56 acres of Port- owned real property, commonly referred to as Tract “B” and located in the City of Des Moines, King County; and further authorizing the transfer of said real property to the City of Des Moines for stormwater facilities in support of improvements at Des Moines Business Park. Active
Resolution 3798 A joint resolution of the Port of Seattle No. 3798 and Port of Tacoma No. 2022-01-PT regarding section 2106 Fund distribution for 2022. Active
Resolution 3797 Personal Property Surplus A resolution authorizing the Executive Director to Sell and Convey Port Personal Property in 2022 in Accordance with RCW 53.08.090 with a Value Not Greater than $21,000 and Repealing Resolution No. 3784, Dealing with the Same Subject. Active
Resolution 3796 Bonds A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle, authorizing the sale and issuance and sale of limited tax general obligation and refunding bonds in one or more series in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $135,000,000, for the purpose of financing or refinancing capital improvements to Port facilities, and refunding of certain outstanding obligations of the Port; and authorizing a Designated Port Representative to approve certain matters relating to the bonds including date or dates of the sale of the bonds. Active
Resolution 3795 Salary and Benefits A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission establishing pay ranges for non-represented jobs and authorizing benefits that comprise the overall benefits package offered to non-represented Port employees and amending the Salary and Benefits Policy Directive established by Resolution No. 3739 Active
Resolution 3794 Tax Levy A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle specifying the dollar and percentage change in the regular property levy from the previous year per RCW 84.55.120; providing for a 3 percent increase of the levy from $78,676,344 to $81,036,634. Active
Resolution 3792 AM Environmental A resolution of the Port of Seattle to adopt Charting the Course to Zero: Port of Seattle’s Maritime Climate and Air Action Plan. Active
Resolution 3791 Stormwater Utility A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission amending Resolution No. 3770, which adopted the charters of the Commission’s standing committees, by further amending the Energy and Sustainability Committee charter to change the name of the committee to the Sustainability, Environment, and Climate Committee. Active
Resolution 3790 Salary and Benefits A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission amending the policy directive for salaries and benefits for employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement established by Resolution No. 3739 and providing an effective date for all amendments of June 8, 2021. Active
Resolution 3789 Governance - Policy Direction A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle to enact minimum wage and worker retention requirements applicable to certain employers located at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, pursuant to the authority granted to the Port under RCW 14.08.120(2). Active
Resolution 3788 A Joint Resolution of the Port of Seattle No. 3788 and Port of Tacoma No. 2021-10-PT regarding Section 2106 Funds distribution for 2021. Active
Resolution 3787 Bonds A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the issuance and sale of revenue refunding bonds in one or more series in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $60,000,000, for the purpose of refunding certain outstanding revenue bonds of the Port; setting forth certain bond terms and covenants; and delegating authority to approve final terms and conditions and the sale of the bonds.
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Resolution 3786 Bonds A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the issuance and sale of intermediate lien revenue and refunding bonds in one or more series in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $950,000,000, for the purpose of financing or refinancing capital improvements to aviation facilities and for the purpose of refunding certain outstanding revenue bonds of the Port; setting forth certain bond terms and covenants; and delegating authority to approve final terms and conditions and the sale of the bonds. Active
Resolution 3785 Environmental A resolution to adopt the updated 2020 Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy developed by the Port of Seattle, Port of Tacoma, The Northwest Seaport Alliance, and the Vancouver-Fraser Port Authority. Active
Resolution 3784 Personal Property Surplus A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the Executive Director to sell and convey port personal property in 2021 in accordance with RCW 53.08.090 with a value not greater than $20,000 and repealing Resolution No. 3769, dealing with the same subject. Repealed
Resolution 3783 Building Codes A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle adopting the 2018 editions of the International Code Council, Building, Mechanical, Fire Codes and Fuel Gas Code, the 2018 Edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code, and 2018 Washington State Energy Code and the editorial changes made to the State Building Code by the Washington State Legislature; repealing certain sections of the Airport Building Code; adopting new sections of the Airport Building Code and repealing Resolution No. 3745, as Amended. Active
Resolution 3782 Appointments A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle appointing Lisa Lam, Assistant Director, Accounting & Financial Reporting, as Port Auditor pursuant to RCW 53.36.010 and RCW 42.24.080 for the Port of Seattle. Active
Resolution 3781 Salary and Benefits A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission amending the policy directive for salaries and benefits for employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement established by Resolution No. 3739 and providing an effective date for all amendments of January 1, 2021. Active
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