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--- 2017 ---
499 - Declaring Surplus
498 - Inprogress
497 - Inprogress
496 - Inprogress
495 - Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects
494 - Northshore Parks & Recreation Service Area Alternate Representative
 
--- 2016 ---
493 - Adopting the Regional Coordination Framework for Disasters and Planned Events in King County
492 - Clarifying Property Tax Levy for 2017
491 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2017
490 - 2017 City Fees
489 - In Support of Economic Development Grant from the Port of Seattle
488 - Setting Hearing Date for 148th Avenue NE & NE Woodinville Duvall and NE North Woodinville Way Intersection Right-of-Way Vacation
487 - Update and Reaffirmation of the City's Wellness Program Policy
486 - Rejecting 2016 Catch Basin Cleaning Project Bids
485 - Emergency Street Repair Embankment Slope 13400 Block of NE 143rd Street
484 - Amending 2016 City Fees
483 - Supporting King County Zoning Code Enforcement, Increased Protections of Agricultural and Rural Lands In and Surrounding the Sammamish River Valley, and Supporting Transit Improvements in the Sammamish Valley and The City of Woodinville
482 - Confirming Appointment of Michael Lambo as Municipal Court Judge
481 - 2016 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 2016-0101
480 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2017-2022
479 - Community Grant Policies
478 - Amending the Human Services Grant Policy
477 - Amending Council's Rules of Procedures
476 - Amending 2016 City Fees
475 - Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects
474 - Adopting a Section 401 Profit Sharing Plan with ICMA
 
--- 2015 ---
473 - 2016-2017 Council Appointments Including Northshre Parks & Recreation Service Area
472 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2016
471 - 2016 City Fees
470 - 2015 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 18084
469 - Authorizing Employee to Act as City Manager
468 - Authorizing Contract with Prothman for Interim City Manager
467 - Rejecting 2015 Street Overlay-NE 175th resurfacing Project
466 - Amending 2015 City Fees
465 - Intent to Terminate King County District Court Services
464 -Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2016-2021
463 - Declaring Certain Items Surplus and Providing Disposition of Them
462 - Dissolution of ESCA
461 - 2015 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 47951 and 17952
460 - Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Out of Cycle 2015 Housing Trust Fund Recommendation
459 - Adopting Purchasing Policies and Repealing Resolution 344
 
--- 2014 ---
458 -Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2015
457 - Regarding Proposed 2014 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendment Under KC Ordinance 17861
456 - 2015 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 440
455 - Adopt King County Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan
454 - Estabishing An Annual Wayfinding Sign Program Fee
453 - Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, Repealing Resolution No.371
452 - Regarding Proposed 2014 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendment Under KC Ordinance 17783
451 - Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Out of Cycle 2014 Housing Trust Fund Recommendation
450 - Washington Local Government Investment Pool
449 - Business License Fee for 2015
448 - Declaring a Vacancy in City Council Position No. 4
447 - Rescinding Resolution No. 414 Regarding UG Boundaries and Potential Annexation
446 - Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects
445 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2015-2020
444 - Accepting Transfer from King County Conveyance of Woodin Creek Park
443 - Amending Council Rules of Procedures
442 - Declaring Certain Items Surplus and Providing Disposition of Them
436 - 2014-2015 Council Appointments Including NPRSA
 
--- 2013 ---
441 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2014
440 - 2014 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 427
439 - AWC Employee Benefit Trust for a Health Care Program
438 - Declaring PW Emergency for Repair of a Retaining Wall
437 - Rejecting Bids for Island Landscape Project
436 - See Year 2014
435 - Renovation of the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse Intent to Reimburse Capital Expenditures
434 - Woodin Creek Village Development Agreement
433 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2014-2019
432 - Right of Way Acquisition Procedures
431 - Authorizing Agreements with ARCH for the Funding of Affordable Housing Projects
429 - City Manager to Establish, Amend and Enforce Personnel Policies and Procedures
 
--- 2012 ---
 
430 - Downtown Streetscape Master Plan
429 - See Year 2013
428 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2013
427 - 2013 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 408
426 - Rejecting All Bids for Public Works Facility Renovations
425 - Revising Development Services Land Use Permit Fees
424 - Amending Public Defense Standards
423 - Expressing Concern of Wellington Hills Golf Course to Snohomish County Park
422 - Modifying ICMA-RC 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
421 - Amending Council Rules of Procedures
420 - Amending Council Rules of Procedures
419 - Rejecting All Bids for Miscellaneous Drainage Improvement Projects
418 - Accepting a Donation from Woodinville Rotary Club
417 - Woodinville Summer Concerts Condition Regarding Sale and Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages
416 - Temporary Construction Easement for the Sammamish River Bridge Widening Project
415 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2013-2018
414 - Support of King County Potential Annexation Areas as Identified in Resolution No. 399
413 - 2012-2014 Hotel Motel Spending Plan Fund
412 - Comprehensive Stormwater Managment Plan dated December 2010 (65MB)
411 - Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects
410 - See Year 2011
409 - 2012-2013 Council Appointments Including NPRSA
 
--- 2011 ---
 
410 - Declaring Surplus Items and Disposition
409 - See year 2012
408- 2012 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 394
407 - Amending Policies, Procedures, and Fees for Use and Rental of City Park Facilities
406 - Comprehensive Plan Public Outreach Efforts
405 - Authorizing Bill of Sale Transferring Sewer Infrastructure to Woodinville Water District regarding Sammamish River Outfall project
404 - Approving FEMA's Optional Approach to ESA Compliance
403 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2012-2017
402 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2012
401 - North King and South Snohomish Counties Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan 2010
400 - Declaring Certain Items as Surplus
399 - Potential Annexation Areas in King County and Snohomish County
398 - King County Council District Boundaries
397 - Accepting a Sculpture Donation from Marlene Fricks’ Estate
396 - Accepting a Sculpture Donation from the Woodinville Garden Club
393- City Manager Authority for Woodinville Duvall Rockery Wall Repair Project
 
--- 2010 ---
 
395 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2011
394 - 2011 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 379
393 - See 2011
392 - Sports Field Rental Rates for 2011
391 - Number Not Used
390 - Authorizing Agreements with ARCH for the Funding of Affordable Housing Projects
389 - Support of Regional Approach to Manage Jail Population
388 - Expressing Concerns Regarding the Brightwater Treatment Plant
387 - P&R Community Athletics Programs Non-Discrimination Policy and Increase Awareness of Potential Dangers
386 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2011-2016
385 - Opposing 2010 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendment
384 - Supporting Dual Rails and Trails Use of the Eastside Trail Corridor
383 - Amending Council Rules of Procedures
382 - Adopting Position on Northshore School District's Propositions 1, 2, and 371 - Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan dated August 2009
381 - Authorizing the Execution of a Bill of Sale to the Woodinville Water District
380 - Clarifying Membership of the Public Arts Advisory Committee
379 -2010 City Fees Amending Resolution No. 374
378 - Name Liz Aspen as the City Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area and 2010-2011 Council Appointments
 
 
--- 2009 ---
 
377 - 2009-2011 Hotel/Motel Spending Plan
376 - Number Not Used
375 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2010
374 - Amending 2009 City Fees
373 - Banking of Levy Capacity
372 - Number Not Used
371 - Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan dated August 2009
370 - Naming Five Park and Recreation Properties
369 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2010-2015
368 - Declaring Surplus Items and Disposition
367 - Dedicating a Portion of 133rd Ave NE & Lands adjacent to NE 175th Street as a Public Right-of-Way
364 - Revised Development Services Fees, Repealing Resolution No. 357
 
--- 2008 ---
 
366 - Ratifying the Amended and Restated Woodinville MEBT dated January 1, 2008
365 - Rejecting Bid for 2008-2009 Snowplowing Services
364 - See Year 2009
363 - Establishing a Cost of Living Index for Revised Fire Code Permit Fees for 2009
362 - Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2009
361 - Rescinding Award of Bid for City Hall Exterior Staining
360 - Amending Resolution No. 354 the Facility Use Policy
359 - Amending the Personnel Policies regarding Employee Holiday Benefits
358 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2009-2014
357 - Establishing Revised Development Services Fees, Amending Resolution 241
356 - Authorizing the Bill of Sale for Transferring Water Infrastructure to Woodinville Water District
355 - Name Don Brocha as the City Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area and 2008-2009 Council Appointments
354 - Amending the Facility Use Policy
353 - Amending the City's Recreation Scholarship Program
349 - Amending Council Rules of Procedures
347 - Adopting the Economic Development Strategic Action Plan
 
--- 2007 ---
 
352 - Adopting the Emergency Proclamation for the December 3,2007 Flooding
351 - Interlocal Agreement for School Resource Officer Services
350 - Amending 2008 City Fees (Park and Recreation Fees)
349 - See Year 2008
348 - Authorizing Grant Application for Sport Field Funding
347 - See Year 2008
346 - Amending E-Gov Alliance Agreement for Purchasing Portal
345 - Establish Revised Fire Code, Recreation, GIS and Public Records Services Fees
344 - Adopting Purchasing Policies and Repealing Resolution 292
343 - Declaring a Vacancy in City Council Position No. 5
342 - Setting Public Hearing Date for NE 145th Street Right-of-Way Vacation in Tourist District
341 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2008-2013
340 - Number Not Used
339 - Amending Council Rules of Procedure
338 - Adopting Additional Findings Concerning Ordinance 431
337 - Number Not Used
336-Support of Issuance of Non-Recourse Revenue Bond for Novelty Hill
335-Supporting the Operation of the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train
334-Establishing a 401 Deferred Compensation Money Purchase Plan with ICMA
333 -Establishing Policies and Commitments Addressing NPRSA Aquatics Facilities
332-Adopting a New Collective Bargaining Agreement with Teamsters Local 117
331 -Setting Public Hearing Date for Hilltop Right-of-Way Vacation
330 -Revising the Policies and Procedures Relating to the Disposal of Surplus City Assets
 
--- 2006 ---
 
329 -Expressing Opposition to Initiative 933
328 - Adopting the National Incident Management System
327 - Naming of Waterways and Public Facilities
326-Endorse King County's 10 Year Plan to end homelessness
325 - Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2007-2012
324 - Authorize an Application for Funding for a Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program
323 - Repealing Ordinance 297 and Ordinance 307 Which Adopted Design Layout of Garden Way
322 - Establish Fees for Residential Mailbox Installation on Public Right-of-Way
321 - Number Not Used
320 - Hilltop Site Vacation of Right-of-Way Hearing Date
319 - Approve Amendments to the Mixed-Use Woodinville Village Project Development Agreement
318 - Number Not Used
317 - Establish a Permanent Monument to the Woodinville Legacy of Carol Edwards
316 - Establish Revised Volunteer Policies and Procedures
315 - Support the Northshore School District Propositions 1, 2, and 3 Levies and the Capital Projects Bond for 02/07/2006
314 - Authorize the City to Make Pre-tax Payroll Deductions for Voluntary Employee Supplemental Insurance Coverage
313 - Name Don Brocha as the City Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area
 
--- 2005 ---
 
312 - Agreement Between City of Woodinville and Teamsters Local 117
311 - Establish Surface Water Management Fees for 2006
310 - Recognize and Acknowledge Robert R. Miller as a Member of the City Council
309 - Recognize and Acknowledge Michael Huddleston as a Member of the City Council
308 - Establish Revised Fire Code and Recreation Fees
307 - Adopt the Conceptual Design Street Layout of NE 173rd
306 - Authorize an Administrative Services Agreement with ICMA-RC for an Employee Health Savings Plan
305 - Authorize the City to Establish a Section 125 Premium Only Plan
304 - Repeal Resolution 295 Authorizing an Interfund Loan to the Civic Center Fund from the General Fund and Little Bear Creek Parkway Fund
303 - Oppose State Resolution 912
302 - Approve Development and Construction of the Woodinville Village Project
301 - Ratify the Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan
300 - Acknowledge the State Legislature Leadership in Passing the 2005 Transportation Revenue Package
299 - Reject All Bids for the Little Bear Creek 134th Ave NE Bridge
298 - Adopt the 2006-2011 Transportation Improvement Program
297 - Adopt a Conceptual Street Design for Garden Way
296 - Number Not Used
295 - Authorize Interfund Loan to the Civic Center Fund from the General Fund and Little Bear Creek Parkway Fund; Without Interest; Requiring Repayment
294 - Recognize Shrader Sales, LLC as sole source vendor for recycled plastic lumber for Rotary Community Park Phase III, boardwalk & viewing platform construction
293 - Set Public Hearing Date to Consider Vacating Public Right-of-Way on 163rd Ave NE
292 - Adopt Purchasing Policies (Repeal Res. 270)

291 - Adopt the Non-Motorized Transportation Plan

290 - Approve an Interlocal Agreement for Mutual Assistance Concerning Building Permit Applications and inspections
289 - Establish Policies and Guidelines for the Strategic Budget Reserve Fund
288 - Create a Land Use Committee
 
--- 2004 ---
 
287 - Express Support for the Critical Areas Ordinance
286- Establish Revised Fire Code Permit Fees, Recreation Charges; Adding a Charge for Parking Planning (Amends Resolution Nos. 265 & 275)
285 - Number Not Used
284 - Number Not Used
283- Adopt the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan of King County

282- Set Public Hearing Date to consider vacation of unopened right-of-way on Sirkin Property

281 - Authorize an Agreement with the Non-Profit Northwest Parks Foundation to receive Donations
280 - Rejecting All Bids for Bottleneck Relief Project, Phase 2
279 - Establish a Fixed Asset Policy
278 - Authorize the Inclusion of Non-Regular Employees in the City's Commute Trip Reduction Plan
277 - Authorize an Interfund Loan to the Hotel/Motel Tax Fund from the General Fund
276 - Adopt a Six-Year Transportaion Improvement Program (2005 - 2010) and a Twenty-Year Transportation Facilities Program (2005 - 2024)
275 - Amend Resolution 265, Establishing Revised Fire Code Permit Fees
274 - Repealing Res. No. 193 and Establishing Volunteer Policies and Procedures
273 - Adopt the Civic Center Master Plan Phase II Feasibility Study
272 - Adopt the City of Woodinville Little Bear Creek Linear Park Master Plan (479 pages, 56 MB)
271 - Adopt a City-Authorized Wayfinding Sign Program
270 - Adopt Financial Management Policies
269 - Adopt the Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism Annex to the Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
268 - Recognize and Acknowledge Scott Hageman as Mayor of  the City of Woodinville
267 - Adopt the Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
266 - Set a Public Hearing Date to Consider the Vacation of Right-of-Way on N.E. 175th Street
265 - Establish Fees and Charges for 2004
264 - Name Robert R. Miller as Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Board
263 - Establish a Media Relations Policy for City Employees
 
--- 2003 ---
 
262 - Establish Policies for Rental of City Facilities
261 - Recognize Gareth Grube as a Councilmember of the City of Woodinville
260 - Recognize Carol Bogue as City of Woodinville Deputy Mayor
259 - Sales Tax Sourcing
258 - Establish the City's Intent to Adopt the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan of King County
257 - Amend the City's Recreation Scholarship Program
256 - Not Used
255 - Amend Council Rules of Procedure (Consent Calendar)
254 - Transportation Improvement Program 2004-2009
253 - Amend Purchasing Policies (Sole Source Purchases)
252 - Create Tree Tribute Program
251 - Support the King County Parks Levy
250 - Brightwater Policy Statement
249 - Amend 2003 City Fees
248 - Create City Employees Wellness Program
247 - Revise the Membership of the Public Art Advisory Committee
246 - Annexation Election for the Brown Annexation
245 - Annexation Election for the Vitulli Annexation
244 - Sole Source Vendor for a Street Sweeper
243 - Declare Surplus Items for Disposal
242 - Set a Public Hearing for Vacation of Right-of-Wy for Tanglin Ridge / Phase I
241 - 2003 City Fees
 
 
--- 2002 ---
 
240 - Dedicate a Portion of NE 145th Street as a Public Right-of-Way
239 - Establish a Sister City Policy
238 - Oppose Initiative 776
237 - Number Not Used
236 - Disburse Surplus Assets
235 - Waste Management Recycling Project (Revenue Bonds)
234 - Support State Referendum No. 51
233 - Establish Small Works Roster (Limited Purchasing)
232 - Designate Applicant's Agent
231 - 124th Avenue NE Public Right-of-Way
230 - Land / Water Grant / Funding for Little Bear Creek Park
229 - Adoption of Skate/BMX Park Master Plan
228 - Six-Year Transportation Plan - (2002 - 2008)
227 - Convert NE 181st Street to a Public Street in the Woodinville Heights Division
226 - Establish Funding for a Public Art Program in 2003 and 2004
225 - Dedicate a Portion of 133rd Avenue NE as a Public Right-of-Way
224 - Dedicate Private Streets to Public Streets in Chateau Woods/Highlands
223 - Adopt the Woodinville Water Shortage Contingency Plan
222 - Adopt the Roadside Maintenance ESA Manual
221 - Create a Public Works Committee
220 - City Fee Resolution
219 - Adopt the King County 2001 Comprehensive Solid Waste Plan
218 - Support the Northshore School District Levy and Bond Measures
217 - Establish a Youth Scholarship Fund
216 - Establish Surface Water Assessments
215 - Recognize Randy Ransom as Council Member and Mayor
214 - Approve the Conversion of Private Streets to Public Streets in the Chateau Woods/Highlands
213 - Adopt the 140th / 175th Master Streetscape Plan
212 - See year 2001
211 - See year 2001
210 - Create a City Gift & Donation Program
200 - Establish a Public Art Advisory Committee
 
--- 2001 ---
 
212 - Name Robert Miller to the Board of the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area
211 - Adopt Facility Use Policy
210 - See year 2002
209 - Open a Savings Account at Frontier Bank
208 - Support the Northshore Adult Day Care Bond Issue

207 - Appoint an Agent to Receive Claims for Damages

206 - Number Not Used
205 - Express Gratitude to the JB Instant Lawn Company for 4th of July Support
204 - Set Public Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of Right-of-Way on 132nd Avenue NE
203 - Amend Council Rules of Procedure (Intent to Serve as Mayor / Deputy Mayor)
202 - Reject All Bids for the Fire Alarm System for City Hall Annex
201 - Six-Year Transportation Plan - 2001 - 2007
200 - See year 2002
199 - Funding Assistance for Little Bear Creek Lineal Park (IAC Grant Application)
198 - Adopt the Woodinville Civic Center Master Plan
197 - Number Not Used
196a - Establish investment Management Policies
196 - Designate Applicant's Agent
195 - Reject All Bids for the Fire Alarm System for the City Hall Annex
194 - Salmon Protection and Recovery (ESA Strategies)
193 - Adopt Volunteer Policies and Procedures
192 - Adopt the City of Woodinville Recreation Plan
191 - Authorize Disbursements of Checks Prior to Council Approval
190 - Establish a Vendor List for Purchasing and a Small Works Roster
189 - Set a Public Hearing Date for Street Vacation of Right-of-way on 133rd Avenue NE
 
 
--- 2000---
 
188 - Authorize Interfund Loan to Little Bear Creek Lineal Park Fund
187 - Sponsor Cross Valley Water District into Association of Washington Cities Benefit Trust
186 - Levy Capacity
185 - Purchasing Policies
184 - Set Public Hearing for Street Vacation - 143rd Avenue NE
183 - Council Member Solberg - Resolution of Acknowledgement
182 - Set Public Hearing for Street Vacation - 143rd Avenue NE
181 - Amend Travel Policies
180 - 2001City Fees
179 - Resolution of Acknowledgement for Deputy Mayor Engel
178 - Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (2001-2006)
177 - Authorizing Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation Applications for Funding Assistance
176 - Council Support of Census 2000
175 - Intent to Reimburse Capital Expenditures / Construction of a New City Hall
174 - Street Vacation / Woodinville Heights
173 - Adopt the Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
172 - Number Not Used
 
--- 1999 ---
 
171 - Protecting the Maximum Future Levy Capacity for the Year 2000
170 - Establishing Fees and Charges for City Services
169 - Set Property Tax Levy for 2000
168 - Opposition to I-695
167 - Adopting Key Early Actions for Chinook Salmon Under the Endangered Species Act Protection
166 - Naming of Parks and Recreation Facilities
165 - Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 2000-2005
164 - Amend the Travel Policies (Facilitate Payment of Certain Expenses of Council)
163 - Express Support to Our Fellow Americans of Littleton, Colorado
162 - Number Not Used
161 - Number Not Used
160 - Woodinview Designated for "Affordable Housing"
159 - Change Terms of Interfund Loan / Wilmot Park
158 - Adopt the Eastside Transportation Partnership - Mobility Action Priorities
157 - Protect the Maximum Future Levy Capacity for Property Taxes for 1999
156 - Naming of Parks & Recreation Facilities
155 - "Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary" Program
 
 
--- 1998 ---
 
154 - Olympic Pipeline Issue
153 - Establish Fees for False Alarms
152 - Number Not Used
151 - Create the Heritage Tree Program
150 - Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 1999-2004
149 - Adopting Suburban Cities Association Proposal on Regional Finance and Governance
148 - Capital Improvement Program - Final Adoption
147 - Intent to Remove City Manager
146 - Fourth of July - No Parking for July 4th, 1998
145 - Adopt the Parks, Recreations, and Open Space Plan
144 - Interfund Loan / Wilmot Park
143 - Council Rules of Procedure
142 - Bob Miller - Acknowledgment as Mayor
141 - Number Not Used
140 - Art Saulness - Resolution of Acknowledgment
139 - Lucy DeYoung - Resolution of Acknowledgment
135 - Creation of Finance Committee
 
--- 1997 ---
 
138 - Nextel Communications / Findings and Conclusions
137 - Property Tax Increase
136 - Grace Annexation
135 - See 1998
134 - Closed Record Appeals - Rules of Procedures
133 - Boundary Line Adjustment Between Woodinville and Bothell
132 - Adopt New Personnel Policies
131 - King County Economic Enterprises Corporation / Variable Rate Demand Bonds
130 - Park Naming Policies
129 - Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for the Wilmot Gateway Park
128 - Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 1998-2003
127 - Tow Away Zone (4th of July)
126 - Number Not Used
125 - Housing Strategy Plan
124 - Bail Schedule
123 - Interlocal Agreement - Lake Washington Studies / Sammamish Watershed Forum
 
 
--- 1996 ---
 
122 - Regarding Stone Hill Meadows and Stone Hill Village Appeal
121 - Establish Fees for Design Review.
120 - Adopt the Six-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) - (CTP Elements)
119 - Authorizing an Interfund Loan
118 - Number Not Used
117 - Set Certain Fees for Woodinville Fire and Life Safety Fire Code Permit Fees
116 - Adopt 120 Day Processing Time Limit for All Land Development Permits
115 - Amending the Money Purchase Retirement Plan Administered by ICMA
114 - Indicating Support for the Jerry Wilmot Green Gateway Park Finance Plan
113 - Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for Parks &Recreation
112 - Become a Member Community in the National Flood Insurance Program
111 - Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for Wilmot Gateway Park Project
110 - Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for the Sammamish River Project
109 - Designate James Katica as the Representative for the City to Obtain Federal, Emergency, or Disaster Assistance
108 - Amend the Council Rules of Procedure
107 - Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of Rights-of-Way
106 - Recognize and Acknowledge Bob Dixon as Council Member
105 - Recognize and Acknowledge Mark Jessup as Council Member
 
--- 1995 ---
 
104 - Acknowledge Support for South Gateway Multi-Purpose Park Fields
103 -Support the Campaign to Keep the USS Missouri in Kitsap County
102 - Adopt the Conceptual Tourist District Signage Plan
101 - Recommend a Bail Schedule for Violations Regarding Vehicle Weight Restrictions on Certain Streets
100 - Establish Fees for Design Review
099 - Amend the Travel Policies to Facilitate Payment of Certain Expenses of Council
098 - Amend Council Rules of Procedure
097 - Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for the Woodinville Valley Trail Project
096 -Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of NE 190th Street
095 - Establish Certain Fees for Fire District Plan Checking
094 - Declare the Intent of the City Council to Adopt the Right of Initiative and Referendum
093 - Recognize the Natural Slope Barrier Between the North Industrial Neighborhood and the Adjoining Residential Designated Area to the East.
092 - Establish Travel Policies for Employees, Volunteers, and Council Members
091 - Approve a Transfer of the Cable Television Franchise
090 - Adopt the City of Woodinville Emergency Operations Plan
089 - Not Used
 
--- 1994 ---
 
088 - Support an Incentive-Based Rate Structure for Solid Waste Services
087 - Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of 148th Ave NE
086 - Adopt Compensation and Evaluation Plans for Employees of the City
085 - Establish a Fee for Temporary Use Permit for Nonprofit Organizations
084 - Approve the Issuance of a Tax-Exempt Non-Recourse Revenue Bond
083 - Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of 148th Ave NE
082 - Set Certain Fees for Sexually Oriented Businesses
081 - Establish Unanimous and Strong Opposition to the Possible Siting of an Airport
080 - Recommend a Bail Schedule in Accordance with the State Supreme Court
079 - Set Certain Fees for Fire Permit, Land Use and Right of Way, Development Fees and Outdoor Musical Entertainment
078 - Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of Right-Of-Way
077 - Authorize Application to Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation for Funding
076 - Establishing an Adopt-A-Street Program to Allow Volunteers to Assist in Clean-Up
075 - Establish Debt Management Policies
074 - Establish Investment Management Policies
073 - Adopt Personnel Policies for Employees
072 - Ratify the Method and Subsequent Appointments to Suburban Cities Committees
071 - Set Certain Fees for Land Use Application, Right-of-Way, Development Fees and Establishing New Fire Permit Fees
070 - Relating to the Reimbursement of City Expenditures from the Proceeds of Tax-Exempt Bonds
069 - Add Classifications to Existing Salary Ranges to Accommodate the Hiring of a Maintenance Worker
068 - Add a Classification to the Existing Salary Ranges to Reclassify an Existing Position
067 - Amend Council Rules of Procedure to Facilitate Councilmember Comments
066 - Adopt Findings of Fact to Justify the Continued Imposition of a One-Year Moratorium on the Acceptance of Applications for Use Permits, Building Permits and Licenses for Adult Entertainment Uses and Businesses
065 - Adopt the Final 1992 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement
064 - Adopt "Whistleblower" Policies
063 - Establish Council Rules of Procedures
062 - Authorize an Interfund Transfer in the Amount of $9,500
 
--- 1993 ---
 
061 - Adopt Challenge Procedures for Hearing Examiner Recommendations Regarding Zone Changes and Preliminary Plat Approval
060 - Adopt Hearing Examiner's Decision Appeal Procedures
059 - Implement Policies and Programs to Maximize the Reduction of Waste
058 - Recognize and Appreciate Don Schneider as a Councilmember
057 - Authorize Agreement for the Distribution of Community Development Grant Funds
056 - Adopt Procedures for Appearance of Fairness and Actual Unfairness Challenges
055 - Execute a Trust Adoption by the City
054 - Adopt Financial Management Policies
053 - Adopt a Human Services Policy
052 - Set Certain Fees for Fire Permit, Land Use and Right of Way
051 - Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Lease Agreement with the Northshore School District for the Lease of City Hall Space and Council Chambers
050 - Establish Rules of Procedure for Adopting Ordinances
049 - Authorize the City Council to Appoint James Katica as Auditing Officer
048 - Approve Interlocal Agreement for Court Services for 1994
047 - Establish the Time and Place of City Council Meetings
046 - Authorize an Agreement with Teen Northshore for Providing Services for One Year Relating to a Summer Program of Teen Activities
045 - Authorize Agreement with King County for the Home Investment Partnerships Program
044 - Authorize an Agreement for Planning the Distribution and Administration of Certain Community Development Block Grant Funds and Block Grant Program
043 - Authorize Submission of an Application to King County Parks for 1993 Regional Conservation Future Acquisition Program
042 - Authorize City Manager to Execute a Service Agreement for Distribution and Administration of Certain Washington Department of Commerce Development Grant Funds under Washington Growth Management Act of 1990
041 - Authorize Interfund Loan not to Exceed $784,000 from the Street Fund to the General Fund
040 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement with King County for Provision of Roads Maintenance Services.
039 - Appoint Joseph A. Meneghini the First City Manager
038 - Authorize an Agreement with Kroll Map Company for Providing Digitized Map Files and Half Section Base Maps of the City
037 - Authorize Application to King County Parks for 1993 Regional Conservation Future Acquisition Program for Funds for Park Acquisition
036 - Approve Agreement with King County Relating to Monitoring of Contracts for Services
035 - Approve Agreement Regarding Administration and Collection of Local Leasehold Excise Tax
034 - Authorize an Agreement with King County for Licensing of Certain Businesses
033 - Authorize Contract for Temporary Hearing Examiner Services with King County
032 - Approve Authorization of an Interim Interlocal Agreement with King County for Provision of Roads Maintenance Services
031 - Declaration of the Official Incorporation of the City of Woodinville
030 - Authorize Contract with Department of Transportation for Right-of-Way Permits
029 - Authorize Service Contract with Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District
028 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement with King County for Animal Control
027 - Authorize Indigent Defense Screening Services Contract with Carolyn Hunter
026 - Authorize International City Managers Association Deferred Compensation Plan and Trust Plan
025 - Authorize Local Government Investment Pool
024 - Authorize and Approve Participation in the Washington Public Employees Retirement System
023 - Authorize an Agreement for Services with Tucker and Stein for Public Defense Services
022 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement Relating to Permits for Use of City-Owned Real Property
021 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement Relating to Building pPermits and Land Use Applications
020 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement for Surface Water Services and Collection of Revenues
019 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement for Provisions of Road Maintenance
018 - Authorize an Interlocal Agreement Establishing District Court Filing Fees for Certain Criminal and Traffic Infraction Actions
017 - Authorize an Interlocal Agreement Between King County and the City for Law Enforcement Services
016 - Authorize Interlocal Agreement Between Snohomish County and Area Cities for Implementation of Growth Management Act
015 - Support the University of Washington Effort to Locate a Branch Campus North of City Limits
014 - Authorize a Health Services Interlocal Agreement with King County
013 - Authorize Contract for Jail Services
012 - Authorize Solid Waste Interlocal Agreement (Forum Agreement)
011 - Authorize Solid Waste Interlocal Agreement with King County
010 - Establish the Official Date of Incorporation for the City as March 31, 1993
009 - Moratorium on Filing of Development Applications with King County for Development
008 - Establish the Time and Place of City Council Meetings
 
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007 - Addressing the King County Council Regarding the Northshore Community Plan
006 - Designate the Official Bank for the City
005 - Designate the Official Newspaper for the City - The Woodinville Weekly
004 - Establish the Time and Place of City Council Meetings
003 - Authorize the Mayor to Execute any Necessary Documents to Obtain Insurance Coverage
002 - Loan and Assistance from the Municipal Sales and Use Tax Equalization Account
001 - Moratorium on Approvals for Adult Entertainment
 
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