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Sally Clark Records, 2003-2015

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Clark, Sally
Title
Sally Clark Records
Dates
2003-2015 (inclusive)
2006-2015 (bulk)
Quantity
22.2 cubic feet , (40 boxes)
9,788 digital files, (5.85 GB)
Collection Number
4616
Summary
Records of Seattle City Council Member Sally Clark, dating 2003-2015
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.

Conditions Governing Access Note

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Record Group 4616 documents Sally Clarks's tenure on the Seattle City Council. See below for detailed descriptions of individual record series.

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Sally Clark was appointed to City Council in 2006 to fill the vacancy created by Jim Compton’s resignation. She was subsequently elected to the position at the next special election. She went on to serve on Council until April 2015, when she stepped down to accept the position of director of regional and community relations at the University of Washington.

Prior to her terms as a Councilmember, Clark worked as a print journalist, and later in communications for the Chicken Soup Brigade. In 1997 she began working for City Councilmember Tina Podlodowski on issues including neighborhood development and public safety. When Podlodowski left office, Clark moved to the City's Department of Neighborhoods, where she worked as Neighborhood Development Manager for southeast Seattle. She later earned a Master's Degree in Public Administration at the University of Washington's Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs, and then served as director of community resources at the Lifelong AIDS Alliance before joining City Council.

Clark worked on a range of issues during her terms, including land use, neighborhood planning, a minimum wage increase, zoning, and regulations for taxis and for-hire vehicles. Clark served as Council President from 2012 to 2013.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Sally Clark Records, Record Series 4616-XX. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

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

4616-02:  Sally Clark Subject Files, 2003-2015Return to Top

14.4 cubic feet, (36 boxes)
4334 digital files, (1.56 gb)

Correspondence, reports, memos, and other materials created and collected by Clark and her staff relating to topics under discussion during her time on City Council. Major issues covered include neighborhood planning, land use and zoning, homelessness, minimum wage, farmers markets, taxis and for-hire vehicles, affordable housing, and human services.

CloneSpy was used to filter and log duplicate files. Duplicate files and non-record material were deleted. Spider2008 PII Scan and DtSearch were used to screen for personal and sensitive information. DROID was used to identify file formats, extract metadata, and facilitate processing decisions. Files were then logged and transferred using Robocopy to preservation storage.

Electronic records are available for use onsite in the SMA reading room

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Domestic Partnership
2007
1/2
Budget - Advocacy
2006
1/3
Artszone
2006
1/4
Information Technology
2006
1/5
Cable
2006
1/6
SCAN / Comcast
2006
1/7
Capital Improvement Program
2006
1/8
Capital Improvement Program
2006
1/9
Capital Improvement Program
2006
1/10
Capital Improvement Program
2006-2007
1/11
Capital Improvement Program
2007
2/1
Nightlife
2007
2/2
Nightlife
2006-2007
2/3
Nightlife
2006-2007
2/4
Dog Daycare
2005-2006
2/5
Magnuson Park
2006
2/6
Rainier Avenue S. Traffic Safety Corridor
2006
2/7
Fort Lawton
2006
2/8
Environmentally Critical Areas Ordinance
2006
2/9
Fire Station 20
2006
2/10
Fire Facilities Levy
2006
2/11
Fire Station 6
2007
2/12
Douglas Arms
2007
2/13
Library Support Letters
2006
2/14
Maritime Heritage
2006
2/15
Nordic Heritage Museum
2006
2/16
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
2006
2/17
Proclamations
2006-2007
2/18
Lake Union Park
2006
2/19
Nightlife/Noise Ordinance
2006-2007
2/20
SOAR
2006
2/21
Somali Community
2006
2/22
National League of Cities - Early Childhood and Family Economic Success
2006
2/23
Car Sharing / Flexcar
2006
2/24
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
2006
3/1
Colman Dock
2006
3/2
Sonics and Storm
2006
3/3
Bond Sale
2006
3/4
Northgate
2006
3/5
AYPE Centennial
2006
3/6
Wastewater Treatment Capacity Charge
2006
3/7
Reclaimed Water
2005-2007
3/8
Brightwater
2005-2007
3/9
Brightwater
2006
3/10
Drainage Rate Design
2005-2006
3/11
Risk Management - Claims
2006
3/12
City Light Advisory Committee
2006
3/13
City Light
2006-2007
3/14
Federal Budget
2006
3/15
Zoo Garage
2004-2007
3/16
Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement
2006-2007
3/17
31st Avenue South
2006
3/18
51st Avenue South
2006-2007
3/19
Bridging the Gap
2006-2007
3/20
South Day Street
2006
3/21
SR 520
2006-2007
4/1
Northgate
2006
4/2
Connections for Our Future
2007
4/3
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2006-2007
4/4
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2006-2007
4/5
South Lake Union
2006
4/6
Adult Cabarets
2006-2007
4/7
Downtown Planning
2006
4/8
Board/Commission Appointment Authority
2006
4/9
Planning Commission
2005-2006
4/10
Blue Ribbon Commission on Transportation
2006
4/11
Indian Services Commission
2006
4/12
Film and Music Industries
2006
4/13
Section 108 Loans
2004-2006
4/14
Seattle Housing Authority - Scattered Sites
2006
4/15
P-Patches
2006
4/16
Seattle Center
2007
4/17
Linden Avenue N
2007
4/18
Southeast Seattle
2006-2007
4/19
Port of Seattle - Clean Trucks
2007
4/20
Living Wage Jobs
2007
4/21
Section 8
2006
4/22
SHARE / WHEEL
2006
4/23
Sustainable Single Family Housing Ordinance
2006
4/24
Housing
2006-2007
4/25
Rainier Housing (DESC)
2006
4/26
Accessory Dwelling Units
2005-2006
4/27
Zero Waste
2007
4/28
Windstorm
2006-2007
4/29
Joint Training Facility
2007
5/1
Jail Planning
2007
5/2
Unions
2007
5/3
CDBG
2006
5/4
Sylvan Ridge Townhomes
2006
5/5
Park Board
2006
5/6
Intermodal Facility
2007
5/7
Transit Now
2006
5/8
Magnuson Park Hangar 27
2006
5/9
Office of Economic Development - Real Estate
2007
5/10
State of the Neighborhoods Summit
2006
5/11
Housing Levy
2006
5/12
Streetcar
2005-2006
5/13
Sewers
2007
5/14
Blue Angels
2007
5/15
Office of Policy and Management
2006
5/16
Condo Conversion
2007
5/17
Dept. of Neighborhoods
2006
5/18
Parking
2006
5/19
Madison Valley Stormwater Project
2007
5/20
Automated Public Toilets
2007
5/21
Seattle Great City Initiative
2007
5/22
Library
2007
5/23
Urban Forest
2007
5/24
Subdivisions
2007
5/25
Equal Benefits Ordinance
2007
5/26
North Highline Annexation
2006-2007
5/27
Medical Examiner
2007
5/28
Clean Dreams
2007
5/29
Police Dept.
2006-2007
5/30
Burke-Gilman Trail
2007
5/31
Safe Streets
2007
5/32
Seattle Chinese Garden
2006
5/33
Closed School Sites
2007
5/34
Parks
2007
5/35
Bertschi School
2006
5/36
Office of Professional Accountability
2004-2007
5/37
Office of Professional Accountability
2003-2006
6/1
Casa Latina
2005-2007
6/2
2008 Budget
2007
6/3
Fire Levy / Fire Station 20
2006
6/4
Pike Place Market
2008
6/5
South Lake Union
2004-2007
6/6
Crime Prevention
2005-2006
6/7
Housing Authority Board Appointments
2006
6/8
Skateboarding
2007
6/9
Southeast Seattle
2006-2007
6/10
Housing
2006-2007
6/11
Northgate - Thornton Place
2006
6/12
Children's Hospital Mater Plan
2007
6/13
Meadowbrook
2007
6/14
Parks Levy
2008
6/15
Magnuson Park
2008
6/16
Bias Crimes
2008
6/17
Cameras in Parks
2008
6/18
Jail
2008
6/19
Office of Professional Accountability
2007-2008
6/20
Police Unions
2008
7/1
King County Flood Control Zone District
2007
7/2
Light Rail Station Area Planning
2007
7/3
South Lake Union
2006-2008
7/4
Seward Park Town Homes
2007
7/5
Sand Point Overlay District
2008
7/6
Neighborhood Plan Implementation
2003-2007
7/7
Northgate
2007-2008
7/8
Broadway Business Improvement District
2006
7/9
Neighborhood Street Fund
2007
7/10
Downtown Emergency Service Center
2006
7/11
15th Avenue NW
2003-2008
7/12
Georgetown Intermodal Transfer Station
2005-2006
7/13
Sand Point Historic District
2008
7/14
Waldo Sanitorium
2008
7/15
Magnuson Park - Arena Sports
2008
7/16
South Park
2006
7/17
Economic Opportunity Task Force
2007
7/18
Facade Improvement Program
2006
7/19
Southeast Seattle
2007
7/20
White Center / Boulevard Park
2007
7/21
Community Renewal
2006-2007
7/22
Casa Latina
2007
7/23
Major Institutions
2008
7/24
Downtown Metropolitan Improvement District
2009
7/25
Letters of Support
2007-2009
7/26
Interbay
2007
7/27
Dearborn Goodwill
2007-2009
8/1
Constituent Letters
2007
8/2
Labor-Management Leadership Committee
2008-2009
8/3
Labor-Management Leadership Committee
2006-2007
8/4
Labor-Management Leadership Committee
2005-2006
8/5
Auditor
2007-2009
8/6
Civic Square Site
2008-2009
8/7
Automated Public Toilets
2008
8/8
Commercial Code
2008-2009
8/9
Bank on Cities
2007-2008
8/10
Comprehensive Plan
2008
8/11
Council Rules
2007
8/12
Council Work Program
2007
8/13
Bonds
2008
8/14
Housing Levy
2008
8/15
Public Health
2006
8/16
Sidewalk Cafes
2008
8/17
Healthy Communities Initiative
2006
8/18
Industrial Lands
2008-2009
9/1
Budget - Citizen Letters
2008
9/2
Bumbershoot
2009
9/3
City Light Rates
2009
9/4
Backyard Cottages
2009
9/5
SR 520
2009
9/6
Westview Estates
2006-2008
9/7
Joint Training Facility
2007
9/8
Ethics Code
2008-2009
9/9
Ethics Code
2006-2007
9/10
Water System Plan
2006
9/11
Hearing Examiner
2008
9/12
Fire Dept.
2008
9/13
Fire Station 20
2008-2009
9/14
Prefab Construction
2008
9/15
Taxis
2008
9/16
Affordable Housing
2007
9/17
Seattle Housing Authority
2009
9/18
Encampments
2007-2009
9/19
Fort Lawton
2008
9/20
East Precinct Housing
2008
9/21
Greenwood Rezoning
2009
9/22
Youth Violence
2009
9/23
Climate Change
2008
10/1
Incentive Zoning
2008
10/2
Incentive Zoning
2008
10/3
Downtown Zoning
2006
10/4
Downtown Zoning - Public Comments
2006
10/5
Incentive Zoning
2007-2009
10/6
Industrial Lands Zoning
2007
10/7
Mega Houses
2008
10/8
Liquor Control Board
2009
10/9
Alaska Building
2007
10/10
Swedish - Major Institution Master Plan
2007
10/11
Crown Hill Rezone
2006
11/1
Multifamily Tax Exemption
2007-2008
11/2
Mercer Street
2006-2009
11/3
Kingdome North Lot
2009
11/4
Neighborhood Plan Updates
2008
11/5
Broadway Light Rail Station
2007
11/6
Tree Policies
2007-2009
11/7
SPU - Water and Solid Waste Rates
2008
11/8
Multifamily Zoning
2007-2009
11/9
Commercial Bonus Program
2009
11/10
Waterfront - Allied Arts
2006
11/11
Adult Cabarets
2006
11/12
North Highline / White Center Annexation
2006
11/13
Comprehensive Plan
2006-2008
11/14
Drainage and Wastewater Revenue Bonds
2008
11/15
Interbay - North Bay Overlay
2007
11/16
Georgetown Intermodal Transfer Facility
2006
11/17
Campaign Public Financing
2008
11/18
Neighborhood Matching Fund
2009
11/19
Snow Response
2009
11/20
SEPA Changes
2007-2008
11/21
North Transfer Station
2009
11/22
Federal Stimulus
2009-2010
11/23
Transit-Oriented Development
2009
11/24
Pike Place Market
2007
12/1
Dearborn Street Project
2008-2009
12/2
Dearborn Street Project
2008
12/3
Streetcars
2008
12/4
Ethics and Elections
2005
12/5
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2005-2009
12/6
McLellan Station Area - Supermarket Study
2007
12/7
Metro Transit Review
2008
12/8
Pedestrian Safety
2006-2009
12/9
Port of Seattle - Trucks
2007
12/10
Sidewalk Cafes
2008
12/11
Neighborhood Street Fund
2008
12/12
Scooters
2008
12/13
UW Light Rail Station
2008
12/14
Major Project Funding
2008
12/15
Bridging the Gap - Paving
2008
12/16
SR 520
2006-2009
12/17
SDOT - Surface Repair
2009
12/18
Seattle School District
2009
12/19
City Light Substations
2007-2008
12/20
City Light
2007-2009
12/21
South Lake Union
2008-2009
12/22
International District
2006
12/23
Regional Transportation Investment District
2007
12/24
Metro Transit
2009
12/25
Backyard Cottages
2009
12/26
Seattle Indian Services Commission
2006-2007
13/1
Gates Foundation
2009
13/2
Seattle Center
2008
13/3
Key Arena
2005-2009
13/4
Nightlife Advisory Board
2008-2009
13/5
Nightlife / Noise
2007-2009
13/6
Open Government
2009
13/7
Pike Place Market
2003-2008
13/8
Neighborhood Farmers Markets
2005-2010
13/9
Fremont - Parking
2008
13/10
Restricted Parking Zones
2008-2009
13/11
Personal Home Rentals
2009
13/12
Proclamations
2006-2009
13/13
Rainier Valley Community Development Fund
2008
13/14
Campaign Contribution Limits
2008
13/15
Pike / Pine
2009
13/16
Pike / Pine
2009
13/17
Pike / Pine - Polyclinic
2009
14/1
Comprehensive Plan
2008-2010
14/2
Rental Housing
2009-2010
14/3
Backyard Cottages
2009
14/4
Street Food
2010
14/5
Children's Hospital
2010
14/6
Multifamily Zoning
2008-2009
14/7
Multifamily Zoning
2009-2010
14/8
Multifamily Zoning
2009-2010
14/9
Incentive Zoning
2008
14/10
Industrial Zoning
2008
14/11
Mega Houses
2007-2008
14/12
SEPA
2008
14/13
Land Use
2009
14/14
Shoreline Master Program
2010
15/1
Transit
2009
15/2
Car Sharing
2008
15/3
SDOT
2009-2010
15/4
UW - Parking Tax
2010
15/5
SR 520
2009-2010
15/6
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall
2009
15/7
Seashore Transportation Forum
2009
15/8
Mercer Street
2008-2009
15/9
Streetcars
2009-2010
15/10
UW - Rainier Vista Land Bridge Project
2009
15/11
Zoning
2007-2009
15/12
Rezones
2009-2010
15/13
Public Safety
2008-2010
15/14
Neighborhood Planning
2007-2009
15/15
Neighborhood Planning
2008-2011
15/16
Neighborhoods
2008-2010
16/1
Scooters
2008-2009
16/2
Scooters
2006-2007
16/3
Bhopal / Dow Chemical
2009
16/4
South Harbor Truck Parking
2007-2010
16/5
Street Food
2010-2011
16/6
Mariners - Dave Niehaus Memorial Way
2011
16/7
Encampments
2010-2011
16/8
Roosevelt
2011
16/9
Portland Field Trip
2011
16/10
Annexation
2011
16/11
Education
2010
16/12
SPU
2008-2009
16/13
Parks
2008-2009
16/14
Vacation Rental Units
2007-2011
16/15
LGBTQ Roundtable
2010
16/16
NOAA
2007-2008
17/1
Multifamily Zoning
2009
17/2
Multifamily Zoning
2009
17/3
Multifamily Zoning
2008
17/4
Multifamily Development
2011
17/5
Housing Levy
2008-2009
17/6
Housing Levy
2009
17/7
Metropolitan Park Districts
2012
17/8
Bonds
2012
17/9
Denny Triangle Development
2012
17/10
Fort Lawton Redevelopment
2008
17/11
Homelessness
2011
18/1
Community Center Partnership and Planning Analysis
2011
18/2
Public Health Interlocal Agreement
2010
18/3
Central Area Development Association / Squire Park Plaza
2012-2013
18/4
Ethics
2010
18/5
Labor-Management Leadership Committee
2010-2012
18/6
Seattle Investment Fund Advisory Board
2012
18/7
Sister Cities
2011
18/8
South Downtown
2007-2010
18/9
South Downtown
2010-2011
18/10
South Lake Union
2013
18/11
South Lake Union
2013
18/12
South Lake Union
2012-2013
19/1
First Hill Streetcar
2013
19/2
Financial Empowerment Center
2013
19/3
Office of Professional Accountability
2013
19/4
Pike Place Market Urban Renewal Plan
2013
19/5
Union Street Gondola Tram
2013
19/6
200 Occidental / Portland Loo
2013
19/7
Houseboats
2013
19/8
Whistleblower Code Revisions
2013
19/9
Poverty
2012
19/10
Marijuana
2013
19/11
Leschi and Lakewood Moorages
2013
19/12
Police Memorials
2013
19/13
Rainier Valley
2013
19/14
Parks Legacy Citizens' Advisory Committee
2013
19/15
Sand Point Historic District
2008-2013
19/16
Campaign Public Financing
2007-2008
19/17
Campaign Public Financing
2008-2009
19/18
Broadband
2010
19/19
Cultural Overlay District Advisory Committee
2010
19/20
Comprehensive Plan
2010
19/21
Comprehensive Plan
2009-2010
19/22
Carbon Neutrality Initiative
2010
19/23
Capitol Hill Housing
2010
19/24
Homelessness
2010-2011
19/25
Multifamily Tax Exemption
2012
19/26
Housing Levy
2010
19/27
Neighborhood Matching Fund
2011
19/28
Families and Education Levy
2009-2011
19/29
Historic Preservation - Affordable Housing
2010
19/30
Duwamish Cleanup
2010
19/31
Ballard Hub Urban Village
2009
20/1
Seattle's Congress for Kids and Families
2010
20/2
Workforce Housing Incentive Program
2008
20/3
Environmentally Critical Areas - Short Plats
2008-2010
20/4
Homeless Encampments
2013
20/5
Marijuana
2011
20/6
Inclusionary Zoning
2011
20/7
Fire Station 39
2010-2012
20/8
Fire Dept.
2010
20/9
Public Health
2010
20/10
Homeless Shelters
2011
20/11
Families and Education Levy
2011-2013
20/12
International Engagement
2012
20/13
Wall Signs
2014
20/14
Cheasty Bike Trail
2014
20/15
Apodments
2014
20/16
City Light CEO Pay
2013
20/17
Housing Affordability and Livability Steering Committee (HALA)
2014
20/18
West Seattle Whole Foods Alley Vacation
2013-2014
21/1
SCAN / Comcast
2006
21/2
Backyard Cottages
2009
21/3
Bonds
2014
21/4
Labor Standards / Minimum Wage
2014
21/5
Seattle Steam
2014
21/6
Youth Jail
2014
21/7
Emergency Proclamation Exercise
2013
21/8
Council President Handbook (1 of 2)
2012
21/9
Council President Handbook (2 of 2)
2012
21/10
Labor Relations
2012
21/11
Parks Legacy Citizens' Advisory Committee
2013
21/12
Police Department - U.S. Department of Justice
2012
22/1
Seattle Economic Development Commission
2013
22/2
Transportation Benefit District Board
2011
22/3
Regional Transit
2008
22/4
Police Department
2012-2014
22/5
Police Department
2012-2013
22/6
Race and Social Justice Initiative
2005-2012
22/7
Police Officers Guild
2010
22/8
Homeless in Jails - Discharge
2009
22/9
Jobs
2005-2006
22/10
Multifamily Tax Exemption
2013
22/11
King County Board of Health - Environmental Health Fees
2014
22/12
Georgetown Land Use
2010
22/13
Women in Business Leadership Initiative
2013
22/14
Business and Occupation Tax
2011-2013
23/1
Incentive Zoning
2014
23/2
Housing Preservation
2014
23/3
Sodo Jobs
2011-2012
23/4
Taxi / For-Hire
2013-2014
23/5
TIGER Grants
2013
23/6
Homeless Youth
2013
23/7
Westlake Park
2012
23/8
Zoo
2012
23/9
Seattle Human Services Coalition
2012
23/10
Swedish Hospital - Citizen Advisory Committee
2012
23/11
Taxi / For-Hire
2012-2013
23/12
Taxi / For-Hire
2012-2013
23/13
Mutual and Offsetting Benefit Lease Properties (MOB)
2012
23/14
Regulatory Reform
2012
23/15
Rental Housing Inspection
2012
23/16
Preschool
2013-2014
23/17
Pacific Place Garage
2013
23/18
Port of Seattle
2012
23/19
Defense of Marriage Act
2012
23/20
Chinatown Curb Bulbs
2011-2012
23/21
Lake City
2012
23/22
Lockhaven
2014
24/1
Medical Marijuana
2011-2012
24/2
Medical Marijuana
2012-2014
24/3
Shoreline Master Plan
2012-2013
24/4
Campaign Public Financing
2012-2013
24/5
LGBT Rights Forum
2012-2013
24/6
City Council Action Plan
2012
24/7
Arena
2012
24/8
Apodments
2014
24/9
Sign Code
2012
24/10
Census
2011-2012
24/11
Minimum Wage
2014
24/12
Homelessness
2012
24/13
Drones
2013
24/14
Greenwood
2012
24/15
Port of Seattle - Truck Parking
2013
25/1
Foreclosure
2014
25/2
Financial Empowerment
2014
25/3
Montlake Greenways
2013
25/4
Central District Crime
2012
25/5
Farmers Markets
2012-2013
25/6
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2012
25/7
Affordable Housing
2014
25/8
LGBT Commission
2013
25/9
Jail Discharge and Reentry
2010-2015
25/10
Job Assistance Ordinance
2012-2013
25/11
Public Health Interlocal Agreement
2010
25/12
Kinship Caregivers
2014
25/13
Housing Levy
2009-2011
25/14
Homeless Encampments
2010
25/15
Immigrant and Refugee Commission
2013
25/16
Respite Care
2010
25/17
Waterfront / Viaduct / Seawall
2014-2015
25/18
Waterfront / Viaduct / Seawall
2013
25/19
Job Assistance Legislation
2012-2013
25/20
Animal Issues
2008
25/21
Restaurant Permit Streamlining
2012
25/22
Rainier Valley Community Development Fund
2011-2013
25/23
Sister Cities
2010-2012
26/1
Priority Hire Ordinance
2014
26/2
Key Arena
2014
26/3
Police Use of Force
2014
26/4
23rd and Union Rezone
2015
26/5
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall
2011-2012
26/6
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall
2010-2011
26/7
Business and Occupation Tax
2012-2013
26/8
Mortgage Principal Reduction
2013-2014
26/9
Domestic Partner Benefits
2011
26/10
Fort Lawton
2008
26/11
Multifamily Code
2009
26/12
Madison Valley Stormwater Project
2009
26/13
Sister Cities
2011-2013
26/14
Pet-Related Businesses
2009
26/15
South Downtown
2011
26/16
Minimum Wage
2013-2014
26/17
Seattle Children's Home
2012-2013
26/18
Industrial Development
2012-2013
26/19
Incentive Zoning
2014
27/1
New Market Tax Credits
2010-2013
27/2
P-I Globe
2012-2014
27/3
Rainier Valley Community Development Fund
2011-2013
27/4
Street Furniture
2013
27/5
Waterfront
2013
27/6
Georgetown
2014
27/7
Bicycle Master Plan
2014
27/8
Marijuana
2014-2015
27/9
Lowrise Code
2014-2015
27/10
Juvenile Justice
2015
27/11
Multifamily Tax Exemption
2015
27/12
Barton Street Pump Station
2011
27/13
Swedish Cherry Hill
2007-2008
27/14
South Lake Union
2010
27/15
Parking Rates
2011
27/16
Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance
2011-2012
27/17
Lake Union Opportunity Alliance
2010
27/18
Small Lots
2012
27/19
Greenways
2012
27/20
Yesler Terrace
2011
27/21
Magnuson Park Building 11
2011
27/22
Downtown Signs
2011
27/23
Food Trucks
2012
27/24
Medical Marijuana
2011
27/25
Workforce and Contracting Equity
2012
27/26
City Light Strategic Plan
2011-2012
27/27
Transportation
2011
27/28
City Clerk
2012
28/1
Youth Services Site
2011
28/2
Historic Preservation
2009-2010
28/3
Legislative Department
2007-2008
28/4
Sodo Arena
2012
28/5
Sodo Arena
2012
28/6
Children's Standing Advisory Committee
2010
28/7
Children's Hospital Master Plan
2010
28/8
Children's Hospital Master Plan
2009-2010
28/9
Sign Code
2011
28/10
Police Chief Search
2010
28/11
Police - Hot Spots
2011
28/12
Firearms Review Board
2011
28/13
Police Staffing
2011
28/14
Neighborhood Policing Plan
2012
28/15
Drones
2012
28/16
Aggressive Solicitation
2010
28/17
Police - Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)
2010
28/18
Seattle Steam
2010
28/19
Immigrant Youth
2011
28/20
Ballard
2009
28/21
Interbay
2010
29/1
Crime Prevention Review
2011
29/2
Adaptive Reuse
2010
29/3
Multifamily Code
2011
29/4
Zoning
2006-2010
29/5
Land Use Code
2009-2010
29/6
Noise
2010
29/7
Unit Lot Subdivisions
2011
29/8
Incentive Zoning
2013-2014
29/9
Priority Hire
2014-2015
29/10
Seattle Senior Housing Program
2003-2014
29/11
Pike / Pine Conservation Overlay District
2013
29/12
Clark Office Retreat
2014
29/13
Columbia Street Bus Traffic
2014
29/14
Domestic Violence
2014
29/15
Rental Housing
2014
29/16
Sign Code
2014
29/17
Housing
2014
29/18
Affordable Housing
2014-2015
30/1
Economic Development
2014-2015
30/2
Board of Health
2014-2015
30/3
Annexation
2013
30/4
HALA
2014-2015
30/5
Social Impact Bonds
2014
30/6
Pedestrian Designation
2015
30/7
New Markets Tax Credits
2014
30/8
Renter Protections
2014-2015
30/9
Lowrise Code
2014-2015
30/10
Foreclosure
2014
30/11
Gender Neutral Bathrooms
2015
30/12
Domestic Violence
2014
30/13
Waterfront
2014-2015
30/14
Viaduct
2015
30/15
SR 520
2014
30/16
6th Avenue Right of Way
2010
31/1
Mercer West
2011
31/2
Social Media
2009
31/3
Transportation Benefit District
2014
31/4
SR 520 and Light Rail
2010
31/5
SR 520
2010
31/6
Terminal 91
2009
31/7
Capitol Hill Transit Oriented Development
2012
31/8
Unit Lot Subdivisions
2013
31/9
South Lake Union - UW
2009
31/10
Stadium District
2013
31/11
Yesler Terrace
2011-2012
31/12
Seattle Indian Services Commission
2013
31/13
Seattle for Washington
2012
31/14
Universal Pre-K
2014
31/15
Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction
2011
31/16
SPU Strategic Plan
2014
31/17
City Light Rate Discount
2014
31/18
City LIght Employee Survey
2007
31/19
Sister Cities
2012
31/20
Floating Homes
2009
31/21
Shoreline Master Program
2012-2013
31/22
North Bay Overlay Zone
2007
31/23
North Beacon Hill
2009
31/24
Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee
2009
31/25
3031 Western
2014
32/1
Rainier Beach Neighborhood Plan
2010-2011
32/2
Neighborhood Planning
2007-2010
32/3
Energy Performance Disclosure Ordinance
2009
32/4
Land Use Omnibus
2011
32/5
P-Patches
2010
32/6
City Council Action Plan
2012
32/7
Rental Housing Inspection
2010
32/8
Paid Sick Leave
2011
32/9
Paid Sick Leave
2011-2014
32/10
Regulatory Reform
2011-2012
32/11
Roosevelt Rezone
2007-2012
33/1
Rental Housing Inspection
2008-2012
33/2
Street Food
2011
33/3
Taxi / For-Hire
2013-2014
33/4
Taxi / For-Hire
2013
33/5
Taxi / For-Hire
2013-2014
33/6
Municipal Court
2010
33/7
Minimum Wage
2014
33/8
Tree Protection
2008
34/1
Metropolitan Improvement District
2011
34/2
Job Assistance
2013
34/3
Pike / Pine
2012-2013
34/4
Pike Place Market
2010-2011
34/5
Pet-Related Businesses
2009
34/6
Community Police Commission
2014
34/7
P-I Globe
2010
34/8
Minimum Wage
2014
34/9
Minimum Wage
2014
34/10
Multifamily Tax Exemption
2010-2011
34/11
Industrial Lands
2007
34/12
Industrial Lands
2007-2009
34/13
Interbay
2008-2009
34/14
Transportation Benefit District
2010
35/1
Career Bridge
2013
35/2
Construction Careers
2013
35/3
Apprenticeship
2011
35/4
Carbon Neutrality
2010-2011
35/5
Sodo Business Improvement Association
2014
35/6
Zoo - Elephants
2013
35/7
Aggressive Solicitation
2010
35/8
Pike / Pine Conservation Overlay District
2008-2013
35/9
Campaign Finance
2012-2013
35/10
Homelessness
2013
35/11
Crisis Diversion
2009
35/12
Waterfront Project and Chinatown
2014
35/13
Multifamily Code
2008-2009
35/14
Multifamily Code
2007-2008
35/15
Multifamily Code
2009-2010
36/1
Multifamily Code
2008-2010
36/2
Project Clean Slate
2013
36/3
Senior Centers
2015
36/4
Mortgage Relief
2014
36/5
Multifamily Tax Exemption
2008
36/6
Cable
2014-2015
36/7
Children's Hospital
2010
36/8
Race and Social Justice Initiative
2008-2013
36/9
Lower Duwamish Superfund Site
2004
36/10
Ethics and Elections
2008-2011
36/11
Aging and Disability Services
2014
36/12
Phinney Neighborhood Association - Allen School
2006
36/13
Viaduct Replacement - Street and Transit Option
2006
36/14
SR 520
2006-2011
36/15
MOHAI
2010
36/16
Viaduct Replacement
2009-2010
37/1
Comprehensive Plan Outreach
2011
37/2
Northgate
2009-2010
37/3
Pioneer Square
2009-2011
37/4
Police Dept. - Procedures
2011
37/5
Seawall
2011
37/6
Wall Signs
2013-2014
37/7
West Seattle Triangle
2011
37/8
Seattle Public Schools
2011
37/9
Pike/Pine TDR
2010-2011
37/10
Growth Management Planning Council
2011
37/11
Bonds
2011
37/12
Taxi Licenses
2011
37/13
Seattle Symphony
2010
37/14
Seattle Tourism Improvement Area
2011
38/1
Lake Union Design Collaborative
2011
38/2
Greenwood Rezone
2010
38/3
Columbia City Farmers Market
2013
38/4
Jumbo Restaurant
2010
38/5
City Organizational Charts
2010
38/6
Regional Transit Task Force
2009

4616-03:  Economic Development & Neighborhood Committee Records, 2006-2009,   (bulk 2006-2007) Return to Top

1 Cubic Feet
324 digital files, (101 MB)

Correspondence, memoranda, draft legislation, staff reports, development proposals, public hearing documents, and neighborhood profiles produced during Clark's tenure as committee chair. Includes substantial information and legislation about nightclubs in residential neighborhoods, as well as project funding proposals, loan legislation, and development reports for building an educated workforce, including a national fund for workforce solutions. Also includes drafts for new sections to the City Ethics Code, farmer's markets and neighborhood reports, and council appointment documentation.

Paper records are arranged chronologically by meeting date. Electronic records are arranged by subject.

4616-04:  Planning, Land Use, & Neighborhoods Committee Records, 2008-2011,   (bulk 2008-2009) Return to Top

1.2 Cubic Feet
1064 digital files, (858 MB)

Agendas, draft legislation, staff reports, correspondence, notes, and other background materials related to Clark's tenure as committee chair. Topics discussed include zoning, historic preservation, multifamily code, neighborhood planning and development, comprehensive plan updates, backyard cottages, and the stadium north lot development.

Chronologically by meeting date.

4616-05:  Committee on the Built Environment Records, 2008-2014,   (bulk 2009-2013) Return to Top

4 Cubic Feet
1618 digital files, (1.58 GB)

Records related to the committee's work during Clark's tenure as chair. Issues under discussion included the multifamily code, historic preservation, south downtown, neighborhood planning, street food, the comprehensive plan, the Children's Hospital master plan, and rezones.

4616-06:  Committee on Economic Resiliency and Regional Relations Records, 2012-2014Return to Top

Abstract: Records of the committee during Clark's tenure as chair.

0.8 Cubic Feet, (2 boxes)
1126 digital files, (1.13 GB)

Agendas, presentations, draft legislation, and other records of the committee. Includes documents related to job trends and job growth, community development, landmark preservation, diversity, business permits, pedestrian areas, and farmers markets.

4616-07:  Taxi, For-Hire, and Limousine Regulations Committee Records, 2013-2014Return to Top

Abstract: Records from a committee studying issues around taxicabs and other for-hire vehicles.

0.2 Cubic Feet, (1 box)
142 digital files, (28.4 MB)

Agendas, correspondence, presentations, studies, and petitions relating to taxis and other for-hire vehicles. Topics covered include a history of for-hire transportation in Seattle, transportation studies, wheelchair-accessible taxis, and taxi safety.

4616-08:  Committee on Housing Affordability, Human Services, and Economic Resiliency Records, 2014,   (bulk 2014) Return to Top

0.4 Cubic Feet
721 digital files, (296 MB)

Correspondence, reports, and other records related to the committee's work. Issues discussed include land use code, human services, homelessness, affordable housing, priority hire legislation, and multifamily tax exemption.

4616-09:  Committee on Minimum Wage and Income Inequality Records, 2014Return to Top

0.2 Cubic Feet
155 digital files, (24.9 MB)

Records from a committee formed to review legislation to increase the minimum wage in Seattle.

4616-10:  Yesler Terrace Committee, 2012-2013Return to Top

0.2 Cubic Feet, (1 box)
103 digital files, (177 MB)

Memos, presentations, reports, and other records related to the committee's mandate to review and recommend action on proposed legislation for the planned redevelopment of Yesler Terrace.

4616-11:  Newsletters, 2006-2015Return to Top

356 digital files, (129 MB)

Sally Clark's newsletters concerning issues related to City business.

Chronologically by date.