Pierce County Council
3 p.m., Tuesday, October 14, 2003
930 Tacoma Ave. South
Action on Ordinances
Proposal No. 2003-91s, approving a land lease agreement for real property at the Pierce County Airport – Thun Field with Thun Hangars Association; and authorizing the county executive to execute said lease.
Proposal No. 2003-95, amending Section 5.24.030 of the Pierce County Code (PCC), License Requirements – Generally to exempt licensed veterinarians from the requirements of Chapter 5.24 PCC, relating to kennels, grooming parlors and pet shops.
Motion to certify the following Budget Certifications, and instruct the Clerk of the Council to forward Certification to the Pierce County Assessor-Treasurers Office, pursuant to Revised Code of Washington 84.52.020:
– Carbonado Historical School District No. 19
– Franklin Pierce School District No. 402
Messages from the Executive
A message signed from the Executive transmitting the following Ordinances, which were approved and signed on September 26, 2003:
Ordinance No. 2003-54s, amending Chapter 19D.140 of the Pierce County Code, Satellite System and Management Program and Dispute Resolution Process, by establishing timely and reasonable service criteria.
Ordinance No. 2003-67, vacating a portion of foothills trail right-of-way in the southeast quarter of Section 36, Township 20 North, Range 4 East of the Willamette Meridian, in the Alderton area.
Ordinance No. 2003-69, repealing Chapter 19D.120 of the Pierce County Code, Coordinated Water System Plan and Water General Plan; and adopting a new Chapter 19D.120, Coordinated Water System Plan and Regional Supplement 2001.
Proposal No. 2003-73, amending Section 2.67.040 of the Pierce County Code, Jurisdiction and Authority, adjusting the jurisdictional boundaries of the Southwest Pierce County Advisory Commission to include the Eatonville area.
Proposal No. 2003-89s2, consolidating the Summit View, Summit Waller and North Clover Creek Collins Advisory Commissions into one land use advisory commission; repealing Chapters 2.55, 2.63 and 2.79 of the Pierce County Code; adopting a new Chapter 2.63 of the Pierce County Code, entitled Mid-County Land Use Advisory Commission; establishing and creating a fifteen-member advisory commission; and setting a sunset date.
Proposal No. 2003-92s2, consolidating the Parkland Area, Spanaway and Midland Advisory Commissions into one land use advisory commission; repealing Chapters 2.61, 2.62 and 2.81 of the Pierce County Code; adopting a new Chapter 2.62 of the Pierce County Code, entitled Parkland-Spanaway-Midland Land Use Advisory Commission; establishing and creating a fifteen-member advisory commission; and setting a sunset date.
Proposal No. 2003-92, amending Section 2.83.040 of the Pierce County Code, Geographical Boundaries, adjusting the jurisdictional boundaries of the Alderton-McMillin Advisory Commission.
Presentation on Homeland Security Funding Briefing – Steve Bailey, Director of Emergency Management