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Jim Compton Records, 1992-2006

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Compton, Jim
Title
Jim Compton Records
Dates
1992-2006 (inclusive)
Quantity
8,651 digital files, (360 MB)
17.2 cubic feet
Collection Number
4620
Summary
Records of Seattle City Council Member Jim Compton, dating 1992-2006
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Record Group 4620 documents Jim Compton's tenure on the Seattle City Council and reflects his activities in various Council committees. The record group consists of five records series: I. Electronic Correspondence, II.Subject Files, III. Public Safety and Technology Committee Records, IV. Utilities and Telecommunications Committee Records, V. Video Collection

Records contained in Series I,Electronic Correspondence, include includes general correspondence from Councilmember Jim Compton and his Legislative Assistant Linda Robson. The bulk of the records is constituent correspondence.

Records contained in Series II,Subject Files, include correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, Council Briefings, and press clippings relating to issues before the City Council.

Records contained in Series III,Public Safety and Technology Committee Records, includes correspondence, memoranda, draft legislation, staff reports, and notes related to public safety concerns and city-wide technology issues.

Records contained in Series IV,Utilities and Telecommunications Committee Records, includes correspondence, memoranda, draft legislation, staff reports, and notes related to public utilities, telecommunications, cable franchising, and the Seattle Channel during Compton's tenure as committee chair.

Records contained in Series V, Video Collection, includes video collected by Councilmember Compton's office.

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Jim Compton was elected to the City Council in 1999 to fill the seat of outgoing Councilwoman Martha Choe. She resigned October 1, 1999 and Compton took office early on November 12, 1999. He resigned mid-way through his second term to take a teaching position in Cairo, Egypt, and to conduct research in emerging democratic movement in Romania. During his first term, Compton chaired the Council's Public Safety and Technology Committee. At his resignation in December of 2005, he was chair of the Utilities and Technology Committee. In addition, Compton chaired the World Trade Organization Accountability Review Committee, whose primary function was to create a factual record, composed of documents and interview data, that would serve as a baseline for community understanding of the events of the WTO meeting in Seattle in 1999.

As chair of the Public Safety Committee, Compton presided over debates on police discipline, racial profiling and treatment of protesters. And as chair of the Energy and Environmental Policy Committee, he clashed with Mayor Greg Nickels and some other Council members, leading the charge to block the reconfirmation of Gary Zarker, the City Light superintendent.

Compton faced scrutiny from the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission (SEEC) on two separate occasions. He was one of three Council members who received campaign donations tied to strip-club owner Frank Colacurcio Jr. before a vote on a rezone beneficial to the club. All three returned the money. He also agreed to a $3,000 settlement with the SEEC after admitted that he had accepted a plane ride on a jet owned by Paul Allen and tickets to a Portland Trail Blazers game. At the time, Allen's South Lake Union development was before the Council for consideration.

Prior to his Council election, Compton was best known for his 35-year career in journalism. His career involved, among other posts, working as NBC News correspondent out of Cairo and London (1977-1984), reporter and editor at Seattle's NBC affiliate KING-TV (1985-1999), and as a correspondent for The News Hour with Jim Lehrer. He was best known locally for his ten years producing The Compton Report, a top-rated weekly news program at KING-TV. The Compton Report won most of the broadcast industry's major awards, including the Columbia-Dupont Prize, the Gabriel Award, The Janus Award, and the Golden Globe of the San Francisco Film Festival.

Compton received his bachelor's degree in history at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, in 1964 and his master's degree at the Columbia University School of Journalism in 1969. He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 1969-1970 for consulting with and studying the television system of Romania.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

This material is available for use onsite in the SMA reading room.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

4620-01:  Electronic Correspondence, 2002-2005Return to Top

7533 digital files, (74 mb)

This series includes general correspondence from Councilmember Jim Compton and his Legislative Assistant Linda Robson. The bulk of the records is constituent correspondence, advocating for or against proposed legislation or addressing specific city issues or concerns including those regarding health and public safety, emergency preparedness programs, transportation and housing and the homeless. A small amount of incoming and outgoing internal correspondence can be found in Linda Robson’s e-mail.

Electronic Correspondence is arranged with the folder structure of the original mailbox as it was preserved by Groupwise exported through Nexic Personal Publisher and Microsoft Outlook. Original subfolder names and order have been maintained and reflect divisions by both date and subject.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

The export of Groupwise e-mail through Nexic Personal Publisher caused a loss of original information including header information and attachments. Html files used to simulate a mailbox interface with listings of individual folders and emails did not export correctly.

4620-02:  Subject Files, 1995-2006Return to Top

12.8 cubic feet, (32 boxes)
1,118 digital files , (286 MB)

The Jim Compton Subject Files include correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, Council Briefings, and press clippings relating to issues before the City Council during his tenure and especially to subjects discussed in committees Compton chaired. Major subjects include public safety, including police accountability; governmental use of technology; management of energy and municipal utilities; environmental protection; and transportation. Also of interest are records related to the World Trade Organization events of 1999.

Compton's public safety related records document his work in improving fire department facilities, including support for the Fire Facilities Levy in 2003 and the City's decision to station a fire boat in fresh water, inside the Ballard Locks at Fisherman's Terminal. There is a large body of records related to his concern for police accountability, combating racial profiling, and equity for minorities and the poor who were disproportionately affected by legislation pertaining to driving with a suspended license. The records also illustrate his work in creating the Office of Professional Accountability, an independent agency that reviews certain police matters in an effort to maintain as much transparency as possible and improve the relationship between the community and the SPD.

Additionally, the records document the searches for a new fire chief and a new police chief. The latter was particularly significant because the initial post-WTO search was controversial and poorly managed. Compton helped create a process that provided greater community input and maintained a higher level of transparency in the ultimate selection of Chief Gil Kerlikowske.

The technology-related records demonstrate Compton's efforts to extend access to government through technology and his desire to create a municipally-owned wireless system that would be free to all citizens. He developed the concept of the Democracy Portal which included improvements to and expansion of the Seattle Channel, City website information, and web commerce for bill paying and obtaining City forms and documents.

Compton's energy records document the financial problems at City Light in the wake of the national energy scandals of the late 1990s and early 2000s, including subsequent audits, reports, and hearings that played a significant part in the Council's decision not to reconfirm Gary Zarker as City Light superintendent. The records also document the hiring of a new superintendent and some of the management and administrative changes at City Light.

Other records document environmental projects and programs such as the matching grant program to help protect streams and improve fish habitat; the revamping of comprehensive drainage and water quality policies; and transportation issues such as finishing the missing link on the Burke-Gilman Trail, and the auditing of the Monorail project that ultimately led to its dissolution.

Of special interest are the records related to the investigation of the WTO meeting riots in Seattle. Compton chaired the special panel that carried out the investigation and issued a report that identified specific measures aimed to prevent similar episodes in the future. The records accumulated during the investigation are a separate collection in the Archives (1802-K1).

The Jim Compton Subject Files are arranged in sixteen functional or topical categories related to the principal activities of City government. These include:1. Arts, Heritage and Sports2. Energy3. Environment4. Finance and Economic Development5. General Government6. Human Services7. Housing8. Neighborhoods9. Parks and Recreation10. Public Safety11. Technology12. Transportation13. Urban Development14. Utilities15. World Trade Organization Accountability Review Committee16. Office FilesThe folder structure of the electronic files consist of separate directories for Jim Comptons’s designated network storage drive (H drive) and his staff’s network storage drives (H drive). Original subfolder names and order have been maintained and mainly reflect divisions by subject.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Several electronic file extensions were restored after being identified by DROID.

Container(s) Description Dates
Arts, Heritage, and Sports
Box/Folder
1/1
African-American Heritage Museum. Colman School Reuse.
1999-2001
1/2
Central Waterfront Historic District Proposal.
2005
1/3
General Correspondence.
1999-2005
1/4
Libraries. Beacon Hill
2000
1/5
Libraries. Demolition of Homes
2000
1/6
Libraries. Funding
1999
1/7
Libraries for All Capital Plan
2004
1/8
Maritime Heritage.
2005
1/9
Maritime Heritage, Seattle-King County Task Force on
2005
1/10
Mayor's Office of Film and Music.
2003
1/11
Museum of History and Industry
1999-2000
1/12
Music and Youth Task Force Report and Correspondence
2000
1/13
Seafair
2000-2003
1/14
Seattle Arts Commission
2001-2002
1/15
Seattle Opera
2003
1/16
Sports. First and Goal, Incorporated. Stadium and Exhibition Center Project
2000
1/17
Sports. First and Goal, Inc. Washington State Public Stadium Authority (PSA).
2001
1/18
Sports. Mariners. All-Star Events
2001
1/20
Sports. Sonics/Ackerly Group
2001
1/21
Sports. Sonics/Key Arena
2004
1/22
Sports. Sonics Promotional Material.
2005
1/23
Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Game Scheduling; Events
2000
Energy
Box/Folder
1/24
Alternative Energy Sources.
1999-2002
1/25
Bonneville Power Administration. Including Power Transmission Agreements.
2000-2005
1/26
City Light Advisory Board. City Council Appointee Selection Process
2004
2/1
City Light. Boundary Dam and Kalispel Reservation Tour.
2004
2/2
City Light. Capital Improvement Program.
2005
2/3
City Light. Climate-Wise Report on Global Warming.
1999-2000
2/4
City Light. Conservation Programs and Activities.
2001
2/5
City Light. Consolidated Customer Services System Alternative Approaches to Upgrading.
2004
2/6
City Light. Decision Agenda on City Light's Rate Proposal.
1999
2/7
City Light. Electricity Primer/About City Light. Briefing.
2004
2/8
City Light. Employee Survey.
2004
2/9
City Light. Energy Crisis of 2000-2001. An Internal Staff Report.
2002-2004
2/10
City Light. Debt Management.
2000-2005
2/11
City Light. Financial Update (March 6)
2003
2/12
City Light. Greenhouse Gas Mitigation.
2004
2/13
City Light. Immunex. Large Load Customer Rates Ordinance.
2000
2/14
City Light. Klamath Falls Combustion Turbine Project
2000-2001
2/15
City Light. Low Income Energy Assistance
2001
2/16
City Light. Mayor's Review Panel and City Council Oversight.
2002
2/17
City Light. Miscellaneous Issues.
2000-2001
2/18
City Light. Miscellaneous Issues.
2001
2/19
City Light. Miscellaneous Issues.
2002
3/1
City Light. Municipal League Letter of No Confidence in City Light Senior Management.
2002
3/2
City Light. New Economy. Energy Problems and Solutions
2000-2002
3/3
City Light. Organizational Priorities.
2004
3/4
City Light. Performance Audit.
2002
3/5
City Light. Power Marketing Review.
2000
3/6
City Light. Power Supply Adequacy/Reliability Problem
2000
3/7
City Light. Rate Increase.
2001-2002
3/8
City Light. Rates; Klamath Falls Combustion Turbine Project
2000-2001
3/9
City Light Rates Advisory Committee Report.
1999
3/10
City Light. Restructuring Legislation.
1999
3/11
City Light. Risk Management.
2003-2004
3/12
City Light. Risk Management Workshop.
2002-2003
3/13
City Light. Sabey, Incorporated. Large Load Ordinance.
2000-2001
3/14
City Light. Sea-Tac Franchise Ordinance.
2000
3/15
City Light. Skagit Environmental Learning Center Proposal.
2004
3/16
City Light. Skagit Project Problems.
2001-2002
3/17
City Light. South Lake Union Energy District Proposal by Vulcan, Incorporated
2001
3/18
City Light Superintendent Reconfirmation. Complaint.
2003
3/19
City Light Superintendent Reconfirmation. Questions and Answers.
2003
3/20
City Light Superintendent Reconfirmation. Hearings.
2002-2003
3/21
City Light Superintendent Search.
2003
4/1
City Light. Time of Use Metering.
2001
4/2
City Light. Utility Oversight Issues.
2002-2003
4/3
City Light. Work Plan and Audit Response.
2002
4/4
Energy Crisis
2001-2002
4/5
Enron. City Motion
2002
4/6
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
2003
4/7
Initiative 81. Local Renewable Energy Development Fund.
2003
Environment
Box/Folder
4/8
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan Development and Implementation.
2004
4/9
Cedar River Sockeye Hatchery Project.
2003-2004
4/10
Creeks. Initiative 80 - Seattle Creek Restoration.
2002-2003
4/11
Creeks. Ravenna Creek Daylighting.
2002-2004
4/12
Creeks. Thornton Creek Daylighting.
2000
4/13
Dam Removal from Snake River.
2000-2001
4/14
Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition.
2005
4/15
Endangered Species Act (ESA) - Salmon
2001
4/16
General Correspondence.
2000-2002
4/17
Global Emissions. Citywide Plan for Greenhouse Gas Reduction
2001
Finance and Economic Development
Box/Folder
4/18
Budget. City Council Retreat (October 2001).
2001
4/19
Budget. General Correspondence.
2000
4/20
Budget. Issues and Information (1 of 2)
2000-2001
4/21
Budget. Issues and Information (2 of 2)
2000-2001
5/1
Budget Issues
2003
5/2
Budget. King County Budget Shortfalls - Service Cuts
2001
5/4
Budget. Legislative Bulletin / Regional Issues
2001-2002
5/5
Budget. Office of Professional Accountability (OPA). Police Response to Council Questions on Budget
2001
5/6
Budget. Post Earthquake
2000-2001
5/7
Budget. Principles Overview
2001
5/8
Budget. Public Hearing
2000
5/9
Budget. Mayor's Proposed 2006 Budget. Public Hearing.
2005
5/10
Budget. Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) - Community Action Partnership (CAP)
2001
5/11
General Correspondence.
2001-2004
5/12
Economic Recovery Strategies.
2001-2004
5/13
Metropolitan Improvement District.
2000
5/14
Nucor Steel, Inc.
2004
5/15
Office of Economic Development.
2002
5/16
Pike Place Market Capital Needs.
2004-2005
5/17
Public Private Partnership Review Process
2000-2001
5/18
Seattle Center Property Sale. Gates Foundation.
2005
5/19
Taxes. Model Business and Occupation Tax Ordinance.
2001
5/20
Taxes. Seattle Property Tax
2000-2001
5/21
Taxes. State Budget Outlook as it Relates to Local Regional Governments
2000
General Government
Box/Folder
5/22
Animal Control.
2000-2001
5/23
Animal Control. Dangerous Dogs.
2003
5/24
Animal Control. Exotic Animals Ban.
2000
5/25
Animal Control. Exotic Animals Ban.
2000
6/1
Animal Control. Petition Against Use of Great Apes in Research
2005
6/2
Draft Rule Regarding Ad Hoc Advisory Committees.
2005
6/3
Citizens for Airplane Noise Equity.
1999
6/4
City Auditor Status Report.
2000
6/5
City Council Assignments.
2004-2005
6/6
City Council. Citizens Advisory Panel on Council Elections
2003
6/7
City Council. Filling Vacant Positions.
1997-2006
6/8
Civil Rights and Liberties Resolution.
2001-2002
6/9
Contracting Equity
1999
6/10
Ethics and Elections Regulations.
2000-2002
6/11
Ethics and Elections. Election Code Revision.
2000
6/12
Ethics and Elections. Fourth Quarter Report (1999).
2000
6/13
General Correspondence.
1999-2004
6/14
Hearing Examiner.
2002-2003
6/15
Human Rights Commission. Censure of Council Members; OPARB.
2003
6/16
Kingdome Implosion.
2000
6/17
Labor Relations.
2000-2004
6/18
Labor Relations.
2005
6/19
Labor Relations. International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers.
2000
6/20
Labor Relations. King County Labor Council
2000-2002
6/21
Labor Relations. Labor Management Leadership Committee
2004
6/22
Labor Relations. Labor Management Leadership Committee Annual Retreat.
2004
7/1
Labor Relations Policy Committee. Meetings.
2002
7/2
Labor Relations Policy Committee. Meetings.
2003
7/3
Labor Relations Policy Committee. Seattle Police Officers Guild.
2002-2003
7/4
Labor Relations. Public Safety Unions (Including Agreements).
1998-2002
7/5
Labor Relations. Seattle Police Dispatchers Guild.
2002
7/6
Leadership Tomorrow: "Imagine Community" Open Space Forum
2000
7/7
Legislative Agendas.
2005
7/8
Legislative Agenda, State. Public Safety
2000
7/9
Monorail Preservation Landmark Proposal.
2003
7/10
Noise Ordinance Revisions.
1999
7/11
Olympic Pipeline.
1999-2003
7/12
Personnel. Equal Benefits Ordinance.
1999-2001
7/13
Personnel. Military Leave. Operation Enduring Freedom.
2001
7/14
Personnel. Worker Protection Ordinance.
2003
7/15
Personnel. Workplace Environmental Assessment Findings Report
2001-2002
7/16
Population and Census Highlights.
2001
7/17
Public Records Act. Proposed Lobbying Position.
2005
7/18
Public Safety Civil Service Comission.
2001
7/19
Public Safety Civil Service Comission Audit and Investigation.
2000-2001
7/20
Public Safety Civil Service Commission Auditor's Report.
2001
8/1
Public Safety Civil Service Commission. Harris v. City
2001-2005
8/2
Public Safety Retirement Plans. Initiative 790.
2002
8/3
Sister Cities. Trade/International Study
2000-2002
8/4
Tribal Relations.
2000
8/5
Office of Policy and Management.
2003-2004
8/6
Seattle Center
2000-2001
8/7
Washington Street Boat Dock Preservation.
2000-2002
Human Services
Box/Folder
8/8
Asian Counselling and Referral Service. Domestic Violence Treatment Program.
2003
8/9
Automatic Public Toilets. Status Report.
2004
8/10
CASA Latina. Day Labor Project
1999-2001
8/11
Children and Youth. Child and Adolescent Development Institute.
2001
8/12
Children and Youth. Child and Adolescent Development Institute.
2002
8/13
Children and Youth. Child and Adolescent Development Institute.
2003
8/14
Children and Youth. Child Care--Initiative 77 Espresso Tax
2002
8/15
Children and Youth. Child Care Wages.
2000
8/16
Children and Youth. City Year.
2003
8/17
Children and Youth. General Correspondence.
2000-2001
8/18
Children and Youth. Project Liftoff. Response to Statement of Legislative Intent.
2001
9/1
Children and Youth. Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club.
2005
9/2
Children and Youth. Reinvesting in Youth.
2000
9/3
Children and Youth. Reinvesting in Youth.
2001
9/4
Children and Youth. Reinvesting in Youth.
2002
9/5
Children and Youth. Reinvesting in Youth.
2003
9/6
Children and Youth. Safe Futures. Advisory Group for Reinvesting in Youth
2000
9/7
Children and Youth. Youth Intervention. Youth Development and Violence Prevention Roundtable.
2000
9/8
Children and Youth. Youth Violence Prevention.
2000
9/9
Children and Youth. Youth Violence Prevention. Communities that Care Program.
2002
9/10
Compass Center Funding Request
2000
9/11
Crime Survivor Services. Statement of Legislative Intent Response.
2003
9/12
Domestic Violence.
2002-2003
9/13
Domestic Violence. Statement of Legislative Intent.
2001
9/14
Drug Policy and Prevention.
2002
9/15
Drugs and Drug Abuse. Heroin.
1999-2000
10/1
Drugs and Drug Abuse. Ecstacy and Club Drugs.
2001
10/2
Education. Digital Learning Commons.
2005
10/3
Education. Families and Education Levy.
2001-2003
10/4
Education. Families and Education Levy.
2004
10/5
Education. Families and Education Levy.
2005
10/6
Education. Partnerships for Learning.
2001
10/7
Education. Seattle Public Schools. General Correspondence
1999-2002
10/8
Ethiopian Community Mutual Association.
1999-2002
10/9
General Correspondence.
1999-2005
10/10
Health. AIDS Housing. 1999 Seattle-King County HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Needs Assessment
1999-2001
10/11
Health. Community Health Centers Performance and Financial Review.
2003
10/12
Health. Community Health Council
2000
10/13
Health. Gypsy Moth
2000
10/14
Health. Medic One Foundation.
1999
10/15
Health. Mental Health Court.
2001
10/16
Health. Miscellaneous Correspondence
2002-2005
10/17
Health. Public/Urban Rest Stop.
2000
10/18
Health. Seattle-King County Department of Public Health Interlocal Agreement
2000-2001
10/19
Health. Seattle King County Regional Emergency Medical Services System.
2000-2001
10/20
Health. Street Outreach Services (SOS)
2002
10/21
Hispanic Community. Spotlight on Local Hispanic Issues
2000-2001
10/23
Minority Ethnic Liaison.
2003
10/24
Operation Sack Lunch.
2003
10/25
Pioneer Square Alcohol Impact Area.
2000-2002
10/26
Proposed Public Safety/Human Services Levy.
2004
10/27
Public Automatic Toilets
2001
10/28
Race Relations. Mayor Schell Letter.
2001
11/1
Seattle Commission for Sexual Minorities
1999-2003
11/2
Sexual Assalt and Abuse. Resources.
2000
11/3
Working Wheels. Employment Support for Low Income Residents.
2005
Housing
Box/Folder
11/4
Affordable Housing. Lakeview Apartments
2000
11/5
Affordable Housing. CASA Latina.
1999-2001
11/6
Funding Issues.
2000-2001
11/7
General Correspondence.
2000-2003
11/8
Homelessness
1999-2001
11/9
Homeless Services Center. Hygeine Center.
2005
11/10
Homeless. One Night Count 2000
2001
11/11
Homeless. Shelters/Tent City
2000-2001
11/12
Homeless Women Services.
1999-2003
11/13
Homeless. Safe Harbors.
2001
11/14
Homesight. Non-profit Housing.
2000-2002
11/15
Housing Levy
2002
11/16
Housing Levy
2002
11/17
Housing Levy. Issue Notebook (1)
2002
11/18
Housing Levy. Issue Notebook (2)
2002
11/19
Housing Levy. Issue Notebook (3)
2002
11/20
Housing Levy Oversight Committee (LOC)
1999-2003
11/21
Low Income Housing Institute
2000
11/22
Morrison Hotel (Coalition to Save the)
2000
11/23
Public Housing
2001
12/1
Rental Housing.
2000-2003
12/2
Rental Housing. Landlord Retaliation Ordinance 120302
2001
12/3
Seattle Housing and Resource Effort (SHARE)
2000-2001
12/4
Senior Housing.
2002-2003
Neighborhoods
Box/Folder
12/5
Belltown. Cottage Park Committee. Belltown Public Garden and Historic Cottages
2001
12/6
Broadway. Steinbrueck Proposal.
2005
12/7
Capitol Hill Community Issues.
2001
12/8
Columbia City Neighborhood of Nations
2000
12/9
Neighborhood District Council Emergency Preparedness Meetings
2002
12/10
Neighborhood District Council Emergency Preparedness Meetings
2002
12/11
Eastlake Community Council Comprehensive Plan Suggestions
2000
12/12
Fremont Public Association
2000
12/13
Miscellaneous Correspondence
2000-2005
12/14
Interbay Neighborhood Association.
2005
12/15
Neighborhood Action Team Seattle (NATS) in Southeast Seattle
2000
12/16
Neighborhood Business District Strategy Public Hearing.
2005
12/17
Neighborhood Plan Implementation
2001
12/18
Northeast Seattle Neighborhoods.
2001-2002
12/19
P-Patch Trust.
2004
12/20
South Lake Union. Community Benefits.
2004
12/21
South Lake Union Schedule
2000
12/22
Sustainability and Community
2000
Parks and Recreation
Box/Folder
13/1
Aquarium Memorandum of Understanding
2000
13/2
Aquarium Proposed New Site
1999-2000
13/3
Athletic Fields Issue Binder
2003
13/4
Athletic Fields Lighting. Council Bill 113156
2000
13/5
Athletic Fields Lighting. Council Bill 113156
2001
13/6
Athletic Fields Lighting.
2002-2004
13/7
Capital Improvement Project Review.
2003
13/8
Colman Park Trail.
2005
13/9
Fairview-Olmsted Park
2000
13/10
Gas Works Park. Benzene Removal.
2000
13/11
Gas Works Park. Pro Parks Project.
2003
13/12
General Correspondence.
1998-2003
13/13
Greenlake Christmas Luminaria Event
2000
13/14
Lynn Street Park Improvements
2000
13/15
Metropolitan Park District (MPD). Pro-Parks 2000 Committee
1999
13/16
Off-Leash Dog Runs Signage Project. Ordinance 119998 - Animal Control
2000-2001
13/17
Pro Parks Levy 2000
2000-2004
13/18
Pro Parks Levy Annual Report
2003-2004
13/19
Rain City Skate Park
1999-2000
13/20
Sand Point Magnuson Park.
2001-2004
13/21
Sand Point Magnuson Park. Athletic Fields.
2000
13/22
Sand Point Magnuson Park Communications Plan
1999-2001
13/23
Sand Point Magnuson Park. Education Zone. University of Washington and Pottery Northwest.
2002
13/24
Sand Point Magnuson Park. Muckleshoot Tribe Negotiations.
1995-1997
13/25
Sand Point Magnuson Park. University of Washington/City Agreement Briefing Material.
2002
13/26
Soccer Field Project. South Seattle Community College
2000
14/1
Washington Park Arboretum Lakeside Trail (Proposed)
1999-2001
14/2
Washington Park Arboretum Master Plan
2001
14/3
Washington Park Arboretum Master Plan (Resolution 30317)
2001
14/4
Westcrest Park.
2002-2003
14/5
Woodland Park Zoo.
2001-2002
Public Safety
Box/Folder
14/6
All Ages Dance Ordinance (Teen Dance Ordinance)
2000
14/7
China Harbor Liquor License
2000
14/8
COMPASS Program
2000-2001
14/9
COMPASS Program Leadership Team
2000-2001
14/10
COMPASS Program Leadership Team Meeting (Jan. 19)
2001
14/11
COMPASS Program Leadership Team Meeting (Mar. 2)
2001
14/12
COMPASS Program Leadership Team Meeting (June 29)
2001
14/13
COMPASS Program Leadership Team Meeting (Sep. 21)
2001
14/14
COMPASS Program Leadership Team Meeting (Nov. 2)
2001
14/15
Courts. Asian Bar Association of Washington: Judge Kimi Kondo; Seattle Municipal Court
2002
14/16
Courts. Community Involved Justice
2001-2002
14/17
Courts. Dispute Resolution Center Funding
2000-2001
14/18
Courts. Municipal Court.
2002-2003
14/19
Courts. Municipal Court. Alternatives to Confirement Brown Bag
2003
14/20
Courts. Municipal Court. Community Court Concept.
2003-2004
15/1
Courts. Municipal Court. Jail Services Planning.
2003
15/2
Courts. Municipal Court. Mental Health Courts.
2000
15/3
Courts. Municipal Court. Miscellaneous
2000-2002
15/4
Courts. Municipal Court. Seattle Justice Information System.
2001
15/5
Courts. Trial Court Coordination Council.
2002-2003
15/6
Domestic Violence and Firearms.
2003-2004
15/7
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree
2000
15/8
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree
2000
15/9
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Anti-Change.
1999-2000
15/10
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Hearing Materials.
2000
15/11
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Re-Licensing Programs
1999-2000
15/12
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Re-Licensing Programs
1999-2000
15/13
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Re-Licensing Programs. Central Area Motivation Program.
2000-2001
15/14
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Robert Harkins Material.
1998-2000
15/15
Driving With License Suspended (DWLS) - 3rd Degree. Support for Change.
2000
15/16
Duchess Bar and Social Club
2003
15/17
Emergency Services. American Medical Response (AMR) Financial Viability
2000
16/1
Emergency Services. Emergency Medical Services 2002 Task Force.
2001
16/2
Emergency Services. Emergency Medical Services Interlocal Agreement.
2001
16/3
Emergency Preparedness.
2003
16/4
Emergency Preparedness. Enhanced Services in Response to 9/11
2001
16/5
Emergency Preparedness. Urban Area Security Initiative.
2004
16/6
False Alarm Prevention
2002-2005
16/7
False Alarm Prevention. Statement of Legislative Intent Response.
2002-2003
16/8
Fire. Basic Life Support Transport.
2000-2001
16/9
Fire. Clothing Letter
2000
16/10
Fire Chief Selection. Committee Members
2001
16/11
Fire Chief Selection. Consultant Search and Selection
2000
16/12
Fire Chief Selection. Materials for Subcommittee on Interview Questions
2001
16/13
Fire Chief Selection. Supporting Materials for Gary P. Morris
2001
16/14
Fire Chief Selection. Third Meeting
2001
17/1
Fire Facility Ballot Measure (Proposed)
2003
17/2
Fire. Facilities. Station 31 Health Investigation
2003
17/3
Fire. Facilities. Strategic Issues.
2003
17/4
Fire. Hazardous Substance Emergency Events.
2003
17/5
Fire. Mobile Fleet Fueling Council Bill 113167
2000
17/6
Fire. Nightclubs and the Fire Code
2003
17/7
Fire. Pang Warehouse Fire.
2000-2001
17/8
Fire. Seattle Club Fire
2002
17/9
Fire. Staffing, Training, Organization.
2001-2003
17/11
Fire. Terrorism and Disaster Incident Response Capability.
2001
17/12
Fire. Urban Search and Rescue.
2003
17/13
Gun Control Correspondence In Favor
2000
17/14
Gun Control. Decision Against Signing Pledge of Communities for Safer Gun Coalition
2000
17/15
Initiative 75 Making Marijuana Offense Lowest Law Enforcement Priority.
2002
17/16
Liquor Control and Enforcement.
2000-2002
17/17
Marine Rescue. Dive Teams Correspondence and Police and Fire Department's Answers to Questions
2000
18/1
Marine Rescue. Dive Teams.
2000
18/2
Marine Rescue. Fire Protection and Supression.
2002-2003
18/3
Marine Rescue. Police and Fire Department's Answers to Compton's Questions
2000
18/4
Neighborhood Plans Recommendations Related to Public Safety.
1999
18/5
Office of Professional Accountability.
1999-2000
18/6
Office of Professional Accountability
2001
18/7
Office of Professional Accountability. Public Hearing (November 18)
2003
18/8
Office of Professional Accountability. Initiative 52 Citizen's Police Review Commission
2000
18/9
Office of Professional Accountability Review Board
2002
18/10
Office of Professional Accountability Review Board
2003-2005
18/11
Office of Professional Accountability Review Board Auditor
2001-2002
18/12
Office of Professional Accountability Review Board. Hearing Questions
2001
18/13
Office of Professional Accountability Review Board. Tony Granillo Charges
2002-2003
18/14
Parking Enforcement.
2000-2002
18/15
Police. Aaron Roberts Shooting
2001
18/16
Police. Chris Clifford vs. Paul Schell. Mardi Gras Meetings.
2001
18/17
Police. Community Service Officers.
2003
18/18
Police. Computer Aided Dispatch and Records Management System Replacement.
2002
18/19
Police. Computerized Statistics (Compstat)
2000
18/20
Police. Crossing Guards Response to Changes.
2003
18/21
Police Deployment. Consultant Agreement to Examine Deployment, Staffing and Training Issues in Seattle Police Department
2001
18/22
Police. Early Warning System Performance Monitoring.
2002
18/23
Police. East Precinct Crime Prevention Coalition
2000-2005
19/1
Police Firing Range in Tukwila
2000
19/2
Police. General Correspondence.
1999-2005
19/3
Police. Harbor Code.
2000
19/4
Police. Immigration Issues.
2002
19/5
Police Intelligence Ordinance.
2000-2002
19/6
Police. Mardi Gras After Action Report Draft
2001
19/7
Police. Mardi Gras Preparation for 2002
2002
19/8
Police. Miscellaneous Including Police Department's Response Citizen Review of Firearms Review Board Annual Report
2001-2002
19/9
Police. New Years Eve Celebration. Claims Against the City by Paige Kayner and Christopher Embrey
2002
19/10
Police. North Precinct, Sunset Hill
2000
19/11
Police Overtime Statement of Legislative Intent Response.
2002
19/12
Police. Police Chief Kerlikowske Correspondence
2000-2002
19/13
Police. Police Chief Search Committee.
2000
19/14
Police. Police Chief Search Committee. Community Sounding (Elway Research, Inc.)
2000
19/15
Police. Police Chief Selection. Oldani Group
2000
19/16
Police. Police Chief Selection. (1 of 2)
2000
19/17
Police. Police Chief Selection. (1 of 2)
2000
19/18
Police. Police Foundation
2001
19/19
Police. Seattle Police Officers Guild.
2001-2003
19/20
Police. Survey of Public Satisfaction with Police Department.
2003
19/21
Police. Racial Profiling Draft Resolution 30223
2000-2001
19/22
Police. Racial Profiling Legislation and Task Force.
2000-2001
20/1
Police. Racial Profiling Including Other Cities
2000-2001
20/2
Police. Racial Profiling Task Force
2001-2002
20/3
Police Ride Alongs/Roll Call
2000-2001
20/4
Police. Southwest Precinct Dedication
2001
20/5
Police Staffing
2000-2003
20/6
Police. Strategic Direction, Proposed.
2001
20/7
Police. Training--Basic and Advanced.
2000-2001
20/8
Police. Video Cameras in Police Cars.
2000-2002
20/9
Police. Wallingford Wurst Fest Complaint
2000
20/10
Prostitution Ordinance.
2002
20/11
Reclaim the Streets Festival
2001
20/12
Regional Biocontainment Grant.
2005
20/13
Seattle Center/New Year's Celebration Cancellation
1999
20/14
Seattle Neighborhood Group (SNG)
2003
20/15
Seattle Mariners--All-Star Events and Train Whistle Ban
2001
20/16
Sex Offenders--Regional Law Safety and Justice Committee Meeting, Enhanced Neighborhood Corrections Initiative (proposed), Georgetown
1999-2000
20/17
Sex Offender Housing
2003
20/18
Sex Offender Housing. Secure Community Transition Facility
2003
20/19
Sex Offender Housing. Secure Community Transition Facility Public Hearing (September 2)
2003
21/1
Special Events Ordinance. Civil Emergencies.
2001
21/2
Special Events Ordinance. Fire Department Paramedics
2001
21/3
Special Events Task Force.
2001
21/4
Upskirt Photography Ban
2002-2003
21/5
Vehicle Impount Law. RAND Evaluation Report
2003
21/6
Violence Prevention and Intervention.
2001-2002
21/7
Weed and Seed. Southeast Seattle and Central Area
2001-2002
21/8
Weed and Seed Steering Committee and Miscellaneous
2000-2001
21/9
Youth Gun Violence Background Materials.
2000-2001
21/10
Youth Safety Task Force.
2001
Technology
Box/Folder
21/11
AT&T. Cable and Long Distance.
2001-2002
21/12
Broadband and Telecommunications Task Force.
2005
21/13
Broadband Over Telephone Lines
2004
21/14
Broadband/Wireless. Zefer Corporation.
2001
21/15
Broadband/Wireless. Zefer Corporation. Interactive Broadband.
2001
21/16
Cable. City Channels.
2001
21/17
Cable. Citizen's Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB)
2001-2002
21/18
Cable. Comcast Franchise Negotiations
2005
21/19
Cable. Comcast License Transfer--AT&T. Public Hearing.
2002
21/20
Cable. Comcast Merger with AT&T
2002-2003
22/1
Cable Subscriber Privacy
2001-2002
22/2
Cable Franchise. Subscriber Privacy.
2000-2003
22/3
Cell Phone Ban Proposal
2001
22/4
Cell Towers. Opposition to Towers in Single Family and Residential Zones
2003
22/6
Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board. Appointments and Applications
2001
22/7
Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board. Appointments and Applications
2001
22/8
Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board. Appointments and Applications
2001
22/9
Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board
2003
22/10
City Use of
2001-2002
22/11
Democracy Portal
2001
22/12
Department of Information Technology (DoIT)
1999-2003
22/5
Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board
2001
22/13
Department of Information Technology (DoIT)
2004
22/14
Department of Information Technology (DoIT) Reorganization
2002
22/15
E-Seattle Market Intelligence Workshop
2000
22/16
Pacific Technologies Incorporated (PTI)
2000
23/1
Law, Safety, and Justice Information Technology Planning
2001
23/2
Public Safety Wireless Network.
2001
23/3
Qwest Long Distance Service.
2001-2002
23/4
Seattle Commission on Electronic Communications.
2001
23/5
Seattle Community Access Network (SCAN)
2000-2001
23/6
Seattle Community Access Network (SCAN)
2003
23/7
Senior Citizens Computer Services
2000-2001
23/8
Task Force on Telecommunications Innovation.
2004
23/9
Utilities and Technology Year in Review.
2004
23/10
Western Integrated Networks (WIN) Franchise Materials
2000-2001
23/11
Western Integrated Networks (WIN) Public Hearing
2001
23/12
Western Integrated Networks (WIN) Update
2001
23/13
Wireless Network (Wi-Fi)
2002-2004
23/14
Wireless Network (Wi-Fi)
2004
Transportation
Box/Folder
23/15
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Emergency Traffic Management Closure Plan
2005
23/16
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Seawall Project Progress on Promising Plans. Leadership Group Meeting.
2002
23/17
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Seawall Replacement Project.
2002-2004
23/18
General Correspondence.
1997-2001
23/19
Lake Washington Floating Bridge - SR 520
2005
23/20
Lake Washington Study Report (TLWSR)
2000-2002
23/21
Monorail
2004-2005
23/22
Monorail. City Oversight.
2003-2004
23/23
Monorail. Environmental Impact Statement Comments.
2003
23/24
Monorail. Finances.
2003
24/1
Monorail Financial Review.
2004
24/2
Monorail. Green Line.
2005
24/3
Monorail. Initiatives
2002
24/4
Monorail. Integration and Multi-Modality
2004
24/5
Monorail. Municipal League.
2005
24/6
Monorail. Operate and Maintain Strategy
2003
24/7
Monorail. Routing Issues.
2003
24/8
Monorail. Seattle Popular Monorail Authority Board.
2002-2003
24/9
Monorail. Seattle Center Route.
2003
24/10
Monorail. Transit Way Agreement.
2004
24/11
Parking. Admiral Garage
1999-2001
24/12
Parking. Admiral Garage
1999-2001
24/13
Parking. Admiral District Parking Study
2000
24/14
Parking. Admiral Garage. Miscellaneous.
1999-2000
24/15
Parking Facilities - Off-site Parking
2001
24/16
Parking. People's Lodge
2001
24/17
Parking Tax and Reveune
2001-2002
24/18
Pedestrian Sky Bridge (Proposed) at Seattle University
2000
24/19
Pedestrian Summer
2000
24/20
St. Edwards School Traffic
2000
25/1
Planning.
2002-2003
25/2
Regional Highways and Roads.
2003
25/3
Regional Transit Committee (RTC)
2000
25/4
Seahawks/Husky Stadium Proposed Transportation Management Plan. Interim Use of Husky Stadium
1999
25/5
Seattle Transportation Director Confirmation Questions for Grace Crunican
2000
25/6
Sound Transit.
2000
25/7
Sound Transit.
2001-2002
25/8
Sound Transit.
2003-2004
25/9
Sound Transit. Citizens Oversight Panel Mid-Year Report: University of Washington
2000
25/10
South Lake Union Streetcar.
2005
25/11
Taxis. Revised Rules
2000
25/12
Traffic Flow. West Galer Street Flyover
1999
25/13
University of Washington Student Housing Project. Plan to Open 65th Avenue NE to Traffic
2000
25/14
University of Washington Student Housing Project. Plan to Open 65th Avenue NE to Traffic
2000
25/15
Working Wheels--Cars to Overcome Transportation Barriers to Work
2001
Urban Development
Box/Folder
25/16
Annexation. Proposed Areas.
2004
25/17
Annexation. Proposed Areas. Issue Binder.
2004
25/18
Antennas in Neighborhoods.
2000
26/1
Broadmoor Landswap
2000-2001
26/2
Comprehensive Plan Amendment
1999-2001
26/3
Department of Construction and Land Use (DCLU) Summary Report to Council on Major Institution Annual Reports
2001
26/4
Downtown Center City Strategcy.
2005
26/5
Downtown Development.
2000-2005
26/6
Duwamish. Citizens to Preserve the Duwamish Greenbelt
2001
26/7
Duwamish. Greater Duwamish Plan - Stadium Overlay Zone
1999-2000
26/8
General Correspondence.
1999-2005
26/9
Large Development Disclosure Ordinance. Planning Commission Response.
2002
26/10
Major Institutions Status Report.
2000
26/11
Non-Conforming Land Use.
2000
26/12
Northgate. General Development Plan.
2003
26/13
Northgate Issues.
2003
26/14
Northgate. Mayor Nickels Agenda. Including Proposed Development Agreement and Code Amendment.
2003
26/15
Northgate Development Public Hearing Documents. Includes Thornton Creek Issues.
2003
27/1
Painted Lady/Satterlee Home Demonstration Housing Project
2001
27/2
Rick's Rezone. Ethical Issues.
2003
27/3
Rick's Rezone. Issue Binder.
2003
27/4
Seattle School District New Headquarters Site
2000
27/5
South Lake Union Biotech Development.
2003
27/6
South Lake Union Biotech Use and Neighborhood Design Guidelines. Public Hearing.
2003
27/7
South Lake Union Crew
2000
27/8
South Lake Union. Development of City Surplus Property
1999-2000
27/9
South Lake Union. Development and Sale of City Surplus Property
2001
27/10
South Lake Union Development.
2003
27/11
South Lake Union Development. Aquarium, Monorail, Parks
2000
27/12
South Lake Union Oversight
2000-2003
27/13
South Lake Union Plan
2003
27/14
South Lake Union Streetcar. Power Points.
2005
27/15
Transferable Development Rights (TDR's) / Bonus Program Review
2001
28/1
Transferable Development Rights (TDR's) / Bonus Program Review
2001
28/2
Transferable Development Rights (TDR's) / Bonus Program Review
2001
28/3
Transferable Development Rights (TDR's) / Bonus Program Review
2001
28/4
Transferable Development Rights (TDR's) / Bonus Program Legislation
2000-2001
28/5
Tree Ordinance 119792
1999
28/6
University of Washington Lease Lid.
2004
28/7
WOSCA Site.
2000
Utilities
Box/Folder
28/8
Asset Management Program Overview, Seattle Public Utilities.
2004
28/9
Consolidated Customer Service System Overruns.
2000
28/10
Drainage. General.
2004
28/11
Drainage and Wastewater Projects. Madison Valley.
2004
28/12
Drainage and Wastewater Rates.
2004-2005
28/13
Drainage. Northgate Area.
2004
28/14
Drainage. Northgate Area. Thornton Creek and Northgate General Development Plan -- The Facts.
1999-199
28/15
Drainage. Northgate Area. Thornton Creek.
2004
29/1
Drainage. Northgate Area. Thornton Creek Daylighting
2000-2001
29/2
General Correspondence
1999-2005
29/3
Intertidal/Shoreline Habitat Value
2000
29/4
Seattle Public Utilities Financial Policies.
2005
29/5
Seattle Public Utilities Participation in Joint Training Facility. Response to Statement of Legislative Intent.
2004
29/6
Seattle's Recycling Program Presentation to Tacoma City Council
2005
29/7
Solid Waste Management Service Providers.
2004-2005
29/8
Solid Waste Management Service Providers. Rabanco.
2004
29/9
Solid Waste Management. Recycling.
2005
29/10
Solid Waste Management.
2004
29/11
Solid Waste Management. Recycling. Mayor's Initiative.
2003
29/12
Solid Waste Management. Recycling.
2003-2005
29/13
Solid Waste Management. Facilities Master Plan Implementation Update.
2005
29/14
Third Party Utility Billing Legislation.
2003-2004
29/15
Utility Rate Assistance Programs.
2005
29/16
Wastewater System. Brightwater.
2003
29/17
Wastewater System. Brightwater.
2004-2005
29/18
Water System. Initiative 63 Water Initiative and Alternative Proposal
2001
29/19
Water System. Reservoir Covering and Burying.
2004-2005
29/20
Water System Rates, Management, Conservation, and Waste Water
2001-2002
29/21
Water System. Rates--Seattle Public Utilities, Bonneville Power Administration/Cedar River Watershed
2001
29/22
Water System. Regional Water Outlook
2000-2002
29/23
Water System. Rates Decision Agenda.
2002
30/1
Water System. Queen Anne Water Tank Replacement.
2002-2005
30/2
Water System. Special Tap Charge.
2004
30/3
Water System. Watershed--Cedar River.
2004
30/4
Water System. Watershed--Tolt River.
2001-2003
30/5
Water System. Water Quality--Reclaimed Regional Water.
2005
30/6
Water System. Water Quality and Habitat Conditions.
2004
30/7
Water System. Water Quality--Tolt and Cedar Treatment Facilities.
1999
30/8
Water System. Water Rates.
2004
30/9
Water System Safety, Health, Security.
2003
30/10
Utilties. Water System. Water Supply Condition Summaries.
2001
30/11
Utilties. Water System. WRIA8. Draft Plan Framework and Preliminary Actions List.
2003
30/12
WRIA. Salmon Recovery Brown Bag Forum.
2004
World Trade Organization Accountability Review Committee
Box/Folder
30/13
After Action Reports Follow-up. Lessons Learned.
2001
30/14
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Washington
2000
30/15
Budget
2000
30/16
Calibre Press--Street Survival Newsline
1999
30/17
Citizen's Panel on WTO Operations.
2000-2001
30/18
City Expenses and Reimbursement from Seattle Host Organization
2000
30/19
Committee for Local Government Accountability
2000
30/20
Consultant Contracts
2000
31/2
Document Requests
2000-2001
31/3
General Correspondence.
1999-2002
31/4
Interviews with Cliff Traisman and Keith Orten
2000
31/5
Interviews by Compton.
2000
31/6
Meetings
2000
31/7
Panel 3 - Operations
2000
31/8
Issues Binder
2000
31/9
Public Safety. N30 After Action.
2000-2001
31/10
Panel One Report Drafts
2000
31/11
World Trade Organization Accountability Review Committee: Panel One Report of the Citizen's Advisory
2000
31/12
Panel 3 - Operations
2000
31/13
Panel 3 - Operations
2000
31/14
Panel 3 Member Biographies
2000
31/15
Public Forum - December 8 Sign Up Sheets
1999
31/16
Public Forum - December 14
1999
31/17
Public Safety Review and Document Assembly
2000
31/18
Report
2000
32/1
Scope of Work
1999-2000
32/2
Seattle Police Intelligence Ordinance
2000
32/3
Seattle Times Articles
1999
32/4
Structure
2000
32/5
Timeline of Events During the WTO Ministerial Meeting.
2000
32/6
Witnesses--Isak Bressler and Nicole Zimmer
2000
32/7
Work Plan. Event Hosting and Follow-up Report.
2000-2001
32/8
Work Plan. Event Hosting and Follow-up Report.
2001
Office Files
Box/Folder
32/9
General Correspondence.
1999-2005
32/10
Madness Files.
2001
32/11
Speeches and Comments.
2002-2005
32/12
Speeches and Comments.
2002-2005
32/13
Travel. Barcelona--Internet and the City Conference.
2003
32/14
Travel. Klammath Falls, OR--Cogen Project Tour.
2001
32/15
Travel. Munich and Prague--Greater Seattle Business and Trade Mission.
2001
32/16
Travel. Salt Lake City.
2001
32/17
Travel. Stockholm--Greater Seattle International Study Mission.
2001
32/18
Travel. Tashkent--Domestic Violence Prevention Delegation.
2000
32/19
Travel. Vancouver, BC--Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce Leadership Conference.
2002
32/20
Travel. Washington, DC--Puget Sound Federal Relations Mission
2001
32/21
Travel. Milan and Perugia--Greater Seattle Business Mission
2002-2002
32/22
"Position Papers" - Newsletter posted on website
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2001-2004

4620-03:  Public Safety and Technology Committee Records, 2000-2003,   (bulk 2000-2003) Return to Top

2.8 cubic feet

Correspondence, memoranda, draft legislation, staff reports, and notes related to public safety concerns and city-wide technology issues.

4620-04:  Utilities and Telecommunications Committee Records, 2004-2005,   (bulk 2004-2005) Return to Top

0.8 cubic foot

Correspondence, memoranda, draft legislation, staff reports, and notes related to public utilities, telecommunications, cable franchising, and the Seattle Channel during Compton's tenure as committee chair.

4620-05:  Video Collection, 1992-1996Return to Top

0.8 cubic foot, (20 items)

Video collected by Councilmember Compton’s office. Topics relate to housing, WTO, and the Seattle Police Department.

Each VHS tape has a DVD copy.