A Seattle City Council hearing on the Northgate South Lot
acquisition, the Thornton Creek water quality channel project,
and the site coordination agreement with Lorig Associates
will be held:
Wednesday, July 14, 2004, 4 p.m. -
City Hall, City Council Chamber
600 4th Ave.
(entrance on 5th Ave. between James and Cherry Sts.)
The Council is considering three proposed ordinances relating
to the South Lot of the Northgate Mall that would:
- Authorize the purchase of approximately 2.7 acres of the
South Lot of the Northgate Mall, placing such property under
the jurisdiction of Seattle Public Utilities for the purpose
of developing the Thornton Creek Water Quality Channel Project;
add the project to the Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
for the Drainage and Wastewater Fund; and appropriate $400,000
to Seattle Public Utilities for the property purchase.
- Appropriate $6,848,357 for the Thornton Creek Water Quality
Channel Project in the Capital Improvement Program for the
Drainage and Wastewater Fund in Seattle Public Utilities.
- Authorize Seattle Public Utilities to enter into a Memorandum
of Understanding with Lorig Associates, LLC regarding agreements
to reconfigure their respective parcels on the Northgate
South Lot and jointly plan and execute their respective
This legislation was drafted in response to the Northgate
Framework Resolution passed by the City Council in December
2003 (Resolution 30642).
Council Meeting Schedule
The City Council's Northgate Committee of the Whole will discuss
the above proposed legislation at 4 p.m., July 14, 2004, in
the Council Chamber, 2nd floor, Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth
Avenue. Their discussion will include a presentation from
Stakeholders Group and will be followed by the public
meeting listed above.
The City Council Chamber is accessible. Print and communications
access is provided on prior request. Please contact Councilmember
Steinbrueck's office at (206) 684-8804 as soon as possible
to request accommodation for a disability.
For further details on Council hearings and the legislative
process, visit the following Council webpages: Meeting
and Agendas, and Information
Submitting Comments - DEADLINE
The comment period for this legislation has been extended.
Written comments may now be submitted until 5 p.m., July
19, 2004, to:
Councilmember Peter Steinbrueck
600 Fourth Ave., Floor 2
P.O. Box 34025
Seattle, WA 98124-4025
Comments may also be sent via e-mail to email@example.com.