City Council Legislative Meeting


Monday, April 25, 2022 at 6 p.m.

Resolution 2022-0036 - Modifying Transportation Benefit District (TBD) projects for 2022, previously approved in Resolution 2021-0010 adopted by Spokane City Council on February 8, 2021, due to project cost increases.

Council Member Representing Vote
Breean Beggs City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Betsy Wilkerson District 2 Yea
Lori Kinnear District 2 Yea
Karen Stratton District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Resolution 2022-0037 - Regarding the approval of Cycle 10 traffic calming projects to be paid through the Traffic Calming Measures Fund.

Council Member Representing Vote
Breean Beggs City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Betsy Wilkerson District 2 Yea
Lori Kinnear District 2 Yea
Karen Stratton District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Resolution 2022-0043 - Establishing operational and facility requirements for additional low barrier shelter investments.

Council Member Representing Vote
Breean Beggs City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Nay
Michael Cathcart District 1 Nay
Betsy Wilkerson District 2 Yea
Lori Kinnear District 2 Yea
Karen Stratton District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Special Budget Ordinance C36192 - Amending Ordinance No. C36161 passed by the City Council December 13, 2021, and entitled, "An Ordinance adopting the Annual Budget of the City of Spokane for 2022, making appropriations to the various funds of the City of Spokane government for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022, and providing it shall take effect immediately upon passage," and declaring an emergency and appropriating funds in: Forfeitures & Contributions Fund 1) Increase appropriations by $89,960. A) Of the increased appropriation; $89,960 of the increase is to be used for the procurement of office furniture not exceeding $75,000 and minor equipment not exceeding $14,960. B) The increased appropriation is funded from unappropriated reserves in the Forfeitures & Contributions Fund. (This action arises from the need to procure adequate office furniture and equipment).

Council Member Representing Vote
Breean Beggs City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Betsy Wilkerson District 2 Yea
Lori Kinnear District 2 Yea
Karen Stratton District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Special Budget Ordinance C36194 - Amending Ordinance No. C36161 passed by the City Council December 13, 2021, and entitled, "An Ordinance adopting the Annual Budget of the City of Spokane for 2022, making appropriations to the various funds of the City of Spokane government for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022, and providing it shall take effect immediately upon passage," and declaring an emergency and appropriating funds in: Forfeitures & Contributions Fund 1) Increase appropriations by $74,650. A) Of the increased appropriation; $74,650 of the increase is to be used for the procurement of mobile device analysis software and a vehicle mounted camera system. B) The increased appropriation is funded from unappropriated reserves in the Forfeitures & Contributions Fund. (This action arises from the need to procure mobile device analysis software and a vehicle camera system).

Council Member Representing Vote
Breean Beggs City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Betsy Wilkerson District 2 Yea
Lori Kinnear District 2 Yea
Karen Stratton District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Special Budget Ordinance C36195 - Amending Ordinance No. C36161 passed by the City Council December 13, 2021, and entitled, "An Ordinance adopting the Annual Budget of the City of Spokane for 2022, making appropriations to the various funds of the City of Spokane government for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022, and providing it shall take effect immediately upon passage," and declaring an emergency and appropriating funds in: American Rescue Plan Fund 1) Increase appropriation by $750,000, funded from the city’s direct allocation of the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund of the American Rescue Plan Act. A) Of the increased appropriation, $750,000 is provided to the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Division to replace funding lost due to COVID-19 solely for the renovation of the Centennial Trail Don Kardong Pedestrian Bridge. (This action arises from the need to provide additional appropriation authority for The Centennial Trail Renovations to the Don Kardong Bridge due to increased construction costs).

Council Member Representing Vote
Breean Beggs City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Betsy Wilkerson District 2 Yea
Lori Kinnear District 2 Yea
Karen Stratton District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea