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City Council Legislative Meeting


Monday, February 12, 2024 at 6 p.m.

Emergency Ordinance C36492 - Relating to Water-Wastewater and Water & Hydroelectric Department rates, amending SMC sections 13.035.500 and 13.04.2014 to chapters 13.035 and 13.04 of the Spokane Municipal Code and declaring an emergency.

Council Member Representing Vote
Betsy Wilkerson City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Lili Navarrete District 2 Yea
Paul Dillon District 2 Yea
Kitty Klitzke District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Ordinance C36490 - Relating to the executive and administrative organization of the City, and amending SMC section 3.01A.340. (Changing “Innovation and Technology Services” to “Information Technology.”)

Council Member Representing Vote
Betsy Wilkerson City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Lili Navarrete District 2 Yea
Paul Dillon District 2 Yea
Kitty Klitzke District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Resolution 2024-0020 - Declaring Waste Management Services (Graham Road Facility) (Medical Lake, WA) a sole-source provider and authorizing the City to enter into a contract for disposal of non-hazardous contaminated material from construction projects to be used on an “as needed” basis for a three year period (without public bidding)-approximately $300,000 maximum over the three-year period.

Council Member Representing Vote
Betsy Wilkerson City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Lili Navarrete District 2 Yea
Paul Dillon District 2 Yea
Kitty Klitzke District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Resolution 2024-0021 - Authorizing the execution of the funding agreements between the City of Spokane and State of Washington, Department of Ecology for the Marion Hay Intertie and Nine Mile Sewer Re-Route Project.

Council Member Representing Vote
Betsy Wilkerson City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Lili Navarrete District 2 Yea
Paul Dillon District 2 Yea
Kitty Klitzke District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea

Special Budget Ordinance C36491 - Amending Ordinance No. C36467 passed by the City Council November 27, 2023, and entitled, "An Ordinance adopting the Annual Budget of the City of Spokane for 2024, making appropriations to the various funds of the City of Spokane government for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2024, and providing it shall take effect immediately upon passage," and declaring an emergency and appropriating funds in: Management Information Systems (IT) fund 1) Increase revenue by $160,000. A) Of the increased revenue, $160,000 is provided solely for receipt of award from State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program. 2) Increase appropriation by $160,000. A) Of the increased appropriation, $22,000 is provided solely for contractual services. B) Of the increased appropriation, $138,000 is provided solely for capitalized computers and microprocessing equipment.

Council Member Representing Vote
Betsy Wilkerson City Council President Yea
Jonathan Bingle District 1 Yea
Michael Cathcart District 1 Yea
Lili Navarrete District 2 Yea
Paul Dillon District 2 Yea
Kitty Klitzke District 3 Yea
Zack Zappone District 3 Yea