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Resolution 3777 Bonds A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission amending Resolution No. 3456, as amended, regarding term, size and certain delegated authority with respect to the Port's Subordinate Lien Revenue Notes (Commercial Paper) Active
Resolution 3776 Diversity, Employment, Governance - Policy Direction, Quality Jobs A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission establishing a Workforce Development Policy Directive to guide the increase in the number of skilled employees within the industries necessary for Port development Active
Resolution 3775 Governance - Policy Direction A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission establishing the Century Agenda Policy Directive to codify goals that will guide the strategic planning, budget, and resource allocation throughout the Port of Seattle Active
Resolution 3774 Bonds Authorizing the Port to establish one or more credit facilities in an aggregate outstanding principal amount not to exceed $150,000,000; and delegating authority to the Executive Director and/or the Chief Financial Officer of the Port to approve final terms and conditions and such credit facilities. Active
Resolution 3773 Salary and Benefits Amending the Salary and Benefits Policy Directive for employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement established by Resolution No. 3739 and subsequently amended and providing an effective date for the amendment retroactive to March 15, 2020 Active
Resolution 3770 Adopting the charters of the following standing committees: the Aviation Committee, Equity and Workforce Development Committee, Waterfront and Industrial Lands Committee, and Energy and Sustainability Committee; and amending the charter of the Audit Committee as adopted in Resolution No. 3613 and subsequently amended on June 28, 2016, and July 11, 2017. Active
Resolution 3769 Personal Property Surplus A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the Executive Director to sell and convey port personal property in 2020 in accordance with RCW 53.08.090 with a value not greater than $19,000 and repealing Resolution No. 3756, dealing with the same subject. Active
Resolution 3768 Governance - Policy Direction A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission establishing a Sustainable Evaluation Framework Policy Directive. Active
Resolution 3767 Governance - Policy Direction A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission establishing a Duwamish Valley Community Benefits Commitment Policy Directive to guide the implementation of the Duwamish Valley Community Equity Program and other Port operations that impact the Duwamish Valley Community. Active
Resolution 3766 Port-Wide Arts and Cultural Program Governance - Policy Direction Establish a Port-Wide Arts and Cultural Program which returns the Port of Seattle to its position as a national leader among its peers for art and cultural programming, promotes art and cultural programming throughout all Port and Port-related facilities, and engages the public with the Port. This policy directive replaces the 2009 Port of Seattle Art Program Policy and Guidelines, approved by Commission on December 15, 2009. Active
Resolution 3766 Governance - Policy Direction Establishing the Port-Wide Arts and Cultural Program Policy Directive which directs the Executive to create a strategy for art and cultural programs scross all prot facilities, return art funding to one percent of capital construction projects port-wide, establish art pools for art expenditures, and create and operational budget for art conversation, maintenance, staffing needs, cultural programming, and public engagement. Active
Resolution 3765 Salary and Benefits Amending the policy directive for salaries and benefits for employes not covered by a collective bargaining agreement established by Resolution No. 3739 and providing an effective date for all amendments of January 1, 2020 Active
Resolution 3764 Tax Levy 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 $74, 160, 000 to $76, 384, 8000. Active
Resolution 3763 Budget Adopting the final budget of the port of Seattle for the year 2020; making, determining, and deciding the amount of taxesto 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 2020 Active
Resolution 3762 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 417,963 square feet (9.6 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 transfer said real property to WSDOT for use in the extension of SR 509 in connection with WSDOT's SeaTac to I-5 Freeway Extension/ SR 509 Corridor Completion Program Phase I Project. Active
Resolution 3761 Bylaws A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission amending Resolution Nos. 3742, 3744, and 3754, regarding bylaws governing the organization and transaction of business of the Port of Seattle Commission, to revise the object statement in Article I. Active
Resolution 3760 Real Property Surplus A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission declaring surplus and no longer needed for port district purposes certain overpass structure and real property located south of South Spokane Street in the vicinity of Duwamish Avenue in the City of Seattle, Washington, and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to execute all documents necessary to transfer title of the surplus property to the City of Seattle for use in furtherance of the East Marginal Way Grade Separation project. Active
Resolution 3759 Governance - Policy Direction A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission creating a Seattle-Tacoma International Airport ground transportation policy directive, including principles, goals, monitoring, and reporting, and affirming airport commute-trip-reduction goals for the port. Active
Resolution 3758 Bonds A RESOLUTION of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the issuance and sale of intermediate lien revenue bonds in one or more series in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $550,000,000, for the purpose of financing or refinancing capital improvements to aviation facilities; setting forth certain bond terms and covenants; and delegating authority to approve final terms and conditions and the sale of the bonds. Active
Resolution 3757 Real Property Surplus A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission 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 to take all necessary steps and execute all documents for the sale of such real property to West Coast Self-Storage Group, LLC.; amending Resolutions No. 17, 2769, and 2805 of the Port of Seattle Commission. Active
Resolution 3756 Personal Property Surplus A Resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission authorizing the Executive Director to sell and convey Port personal property in 2019 in accordance with RCW 53.08.090 with a value not greater than $19,000 and repealing Resolutions No. 3715, 3730 and 3743, dealing with the same subject. Active
Resolution 3755 Tax Levy A resolution of the Port of Seattle Commission specifying the dollar and percentage change in regular porperty levy from the previous year per RCW 84.55.120; providing for an increase of the levy from $72,000,000 to $74,160,000. Active
Resolution 3754 Bylaws A Resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle amending Resolution Nos. 3742 and 3744, regarding bylaws governing the organization and transaction of business of the Port of Seattle Commission. Active
Resolution 3753 Appointments A resolution of the Port Commission of the Port of Seattle appointing Debbi Borwning, 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 3752 Salary and Benefits 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, 2019 Active
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