Pierce County News: Pierce County Council

Pierce County Council
Regular Meeting
6 p.m., Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Ballou Junior High School
9916 – 136th St. East
South Hill, Wash.
(Council District No. 3)

Action on Ordinances
Proposal No. 2003-23s, granting a nonexclusive franchise to Elbe Water and Sewer District, for location of water lines on certain county-owned rights-of-way; and authorizing the County Executive to execute the franchise.

Proposal No. 2003-24s, granting Elbe Water and Sewer District a nonexclusive franchise to construct, operate, and maintain a sanitary sewer pipeline system over, in, along, and under certain public roads and highways in Pierce County, Washington.

Proposal No. 2003-30, amending Chapter 2.49 of the Pierce County Code, “Pierce County Farm Advisory Commission.”
Proposal No. 2003-33, cancelling certain uncollectible personal property taxes.

Proposal No. 2003-45, repealing Section 18A.35.130 of the Pierce County Code, Development Regulations – General Provisions; adopting a new Section 18A.35.130 of the Pierce County Code, Development Regulations – General Provisions; amending Pierce County Code – General Provisions; amending Pierce County Code Sections 18A.75.070 and 18.40.020; to modify the nonconforming use.

Messages from the Executive
A message from the Executive transmitting the following Ordinances, which were approved and signed on April 10, 2003:

Ordinance No. 2002-121s, vacating a portion of unimproved 174th Street East, located in the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 19 North, Range 3 East, Willamette Meridian, in the Spanaway area.

Ordinance No. 2003-3s, amending Section 3.68 of the Pierce County Code, “Sick Leave,” to bring the county’s rules regarding permissible uses of sick leave into compliance with the Washington State Family Care Act, which became effective on January 1, 2003.

Ordinance No. 2003-4, amending Section 3.72.010 of the Pierce County Code, “Accrual of Vacation Leave,” to adjust vacation accrual rates for non-represented, non-elected employees; and setting an effective date.

Ordinance No. 2003-15, authorizing the Pierce County Executive to rescind a lease executed by Pierce County, the City of Tacoma, and the Tacoma Rescue Mission, for property jointly owned by the county and the city of Tacoma; and to transfer ownership of that property to the Tacoma Rescue Mission and to Habitat for Humanity.

Ordinance No. 2003-25s, ratifying the collective bargaining agreement reached with United Healthcare Workers, Local 1184, System Council No. 15, National Conference of Firemen and Oilers Service Employees International Union – Licensed Practical Nurses Unit; and amending the Pierce County Salary Classification Plan.

This is an incomplete agenda. The Index prints as much as space allows.