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Council News Release

11/13/2006  11:09:00 AM
Lisa Herbold, Licata Office, (206) 684-5331

Council President Nick Licata


SEATTLE All nine members of the Seattle City Council and concerned citizens will hold a press conference about the Councils proposed Comprehensive Public Safety Package for the 2007-2008 City Budget. The Public Safety Package has been developed in response to Seattleites concerns about crime, human need, and policing issues. This innovative approach combines increased police staffing10 new officers in 2007 and 20 new officers in 2008along with funding for youth employment, late night recreation, domestic violence prevention, senior centers, and other human services.

Who: All nine members of the Seattle City Council and Concerned Citizens
What: Press Conference
Where: Seattle Police Headquarters, Lower Floor Conference Room, 610 5th Ave., (across from City Hall), Seattle
When: 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, November 14

The Council will continue to exercise its budget authority in November by scrutinizing the Mayors budget and potentially proposing additional changes. The budget must be adopted no later than December 1. The Council and the Mayor will, as required by state law, adopt a balanced budget.


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