Seattle Office of the Hearing Examiner Records, 1974-2002  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.). Office of the Hearing Examiner
Title
Seattle Office of the Hearing Examiner Records
Dates
1974-2002 (inclusive)
Quantity
16.2 cubic feet, (44 boxes)
Collection Number
3400
Summary
Records relating to hearings, appeals, and other work performed by the Office of the Hearing Examiner.
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
Sponsor
Funding for processing this record series was provided through a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Office of the Hearing Examiner is an independent office of the City that conducts administrative hearings, when authorized by the Seattle Municipal Code, to review the actions of various City departments. The office was created in 1973 and was part of the Municipal Courts until 1977 when it became an independent office. The Hearing Examiner is appointed by the City Council to serve an initial term of one year and subsequent terms of four years.

The Municipal Code grants the Hearing Examiner jurisdiction in more than 75 different types of matters. The majority of cases are appeals of decisions made by other City agencies, such as the Department of Planning and Development (Master Use Permits, SEPA determinations, Code Interpretations, Land Use and Noise Enforcement Citations and decisions on tenant relocation assistance); the Department of Finance (tax assessments); the Landmarks Preservation Board and Special Purpose District Commissions (decisions on certificates of approval for alterations); the Department of Executive Administration (licensing decisions); and the Department of Transportation (right-of-way use).

The Hearing Examiner has original jurisdiction and makes the initial decision in cases related to subdivision applications processed by the Department of Planning and Development; complaints of discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodation, or public contracts filed by the Office for Civil Rights and the City Attorney's Office; complaints for third party utility billing violations; petitions for review of floating home moorage fee increases; and others.

The Hearing Examiner's decision in a case is usually the City's final decision. However, the City Council has retained jurisdiction over certain land use actions, including Council Conditional Uses, rezone proposals, major institution master plans, planned unit developments, and landmark controls and incentives. For these cases, the Hearing Examiner holds a public hearing for the Council, gathers information to establish the record, and forwards the record and a detailed written recommendation to the Council for its use in making the decision.

Only those cases designated archival are described below.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Records relating to hearings, appeals, and other work performed by the Office of the Hearing Examiner. Individal record series are described in detail below.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], [Title of series], Record Series 3400-[XX]. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

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

3400-01:  Hearing Examiner Correspondence, 1974-1981Return to Top

0.4 cubic foot, (1 box)

Correspondence and memoranda of the Hearing Examiner, including comments on proposed legislation and policies and procedures concerning areas of the agency's jurisdiction. The records are arranged chronologically.

3400-02:  Subject Files, 1974-1987Return to Top

0.6 cubic foot, (2 boxes)

Correspondence, memoranda, rules, and policies related to the administrative hearings function of the Hearing Examiner. This series includes materials about the development of certain codes, especially the building and zoning codes, and the various appeals procedures.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Administrative Code
1977
1/2
Appeal Rules. City Council Rules on Environmental Appeals.
1978-1979
1/3
Appeal Rules. Governing Procedure in Administrative Appeals.
1978-1979
1/4
Appeal Rules. Superintendent of Buildings Rules. Repealed February 1979.
1976
1/5
Building Code. Section 104 (f). Application to Existing Buildings.
1979
1/6
Building Use Criteria for Public School Buildings.
1978-1981
1/7
City Light Residential Conservation Service Program.
1980-1982
1/8
Department of Construction and Land Use.
1981-1982
1/9
Employment Discrimination and Open Housing Proceedings. Rules.
1975-1977
1/10
Floating Homes Dispute Resolution Board.
1980-1981
1/11
Floating Homes. Houseboat Equity Ordinance. Proposed Jurisdiction.
1979-1983
1/12
Housing and Employment Discrimination
1974-1976
1/13
Housing and Employment Discrimination
1980-1982
1/14
Housing Code. Appeals of Certificates of Release.
1981
1/15
Landmarks Preservation Ordinance.
1975-1976
1/16
Land Use Policies.
1980-1982
1/17
Legislation Affecting Hearing Examiner. Correspondence.
1980-1983
1/18
License Code. Proposed General Provisions.
1975-1978
1/19
Local Improvement District Hearings.
1978-1981
1/20
Major Institutions Policy (Draft).
1982
1/21
Master Use Permits
1981
1/22
Neighborhood Plans. Queen Anne Goals and Policies.
1980
2/1
Noise Control. Hearing Examiner Jurisdiction.
1974-1976
2/2
SEPA. Policies and Procedures. Proposed.
1987
2/3
Solar Energy Devices Variances.
1979
2/4
Street Use Appeals.
1980
2/5
Taxicabs. Proposed Licensing Legislation.
1977
2/6
Zoning Miscellaneous.
1974-1975
2/7
Zoning Rules. Governing Land Use and Zoning Proceedings. Adopted 1977.
1974-1977
2/8
Zoning Rules. Governing Land Use and Zoning Proceedings.
1977
2/9
Zoning Rules. Governing Land Use and Zoning Proceedings. November 1978 Amendments.
1978
2/10
Zoning Rules. Governing Land Use and Zoning Proceedings. 1979 Amendments.
1978-1979

3402-01:  Cable Television Subscriber Rate Increases Hearings, 1974-2002Return to Top

1.0 cubic foot, (3 boxes)

Correspondence, memoranda, exhibits, reports, and other materials introduced in hearings related to proposed rate changes for cable television providers. The Hearing Examiner decides whether a rate change is reasonable and the decision is the final administrative determination for the City.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Cable TV Rate Increase Hearing (February 19, 1976)
1975-1976
1/2
Cable TV Rate Increase Hearing (February 19, 1976), Correspondence
1974
1/3
Cable TV Rate Increase Hearing (February 19, 1976), Correspondence
1974
1/4
Cable TV Rate Increase Hearing (February 19, 1976), Correspondence
1974-1975
1/5
Cable TV Rate Increase Hearing (February 19, 1976), Correspondence
1974-1975
1/6
Teleprompter Corporation Rate Hearing (February 19, 1976)
1976
1/7
Teleprompter Corporation Rate Hearing (February 19, 1976), SEC Annual Report
1974
1/8
Viacom / Cablevision Rate Hearing (February 19, 1976)
1976
1/9
CTV-94-001. Viacom Cable Television
1994
2/1
CTV-94-002. TCI Cable
1994
2/2
CTV-94-003. TCI Cable
1994
2/3
CTV-94-004. Viacom Cable
1994
2/4
CTV-95-001. Summit Communiciations
1995
2/5
CTV-95-002. Viacom Cable
1994-1995
2/6
CTV-95-003. TCI of Seattle, Inc.
1995
2/7
CTV-95-004. Summit Communications
1995
2/8
CTV-99-001. TCI Northwest
1999
3/1
CTV-00-001. ATT
2000
3/2
CTV-01-001. ATT
2001
3/3
CTV-02-001. ATT Broadband
2002

3402-03:  Civil Rights Discrimination Complaints Cases, 1974-2002Return to Top

4.8 cubic feet, (12 boxes)

Complaints alleging discrimination in employment, housing, business practices, or public accommodations that have been certified for hearing by the Office of Civil Rights or, prior to 1996, the Human Rights Commission. The Hearing Examiner holds a public hearing and prepares the final decision for the City. Records include testimony, depositions, exhibits, correspondence, the Hearing Examiner's written proposed decisions, and final tribunal decisions. A large portion of the series relates to Clara Fraser's gender and ideology discrimination case against City Light.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department
1977
1/2
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department
1978
1/3
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department
1979
1/4
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Jan-May)
1980
1/5
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (May-Jun)
1980
1/6
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Jun-Jul)
1980
2/1
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Jul)
1980
2/2
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Documents Filed in Court August 8, 1980. Application for Writ of Certiorari, etc.
1980
2/3
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Writ of Certiorari.
1980
2/4
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Correspondence Regarding Transcription and Preparation of Record.
1981
2/5
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Correspondence Regarding Transcription and Preparation of Record
1981
2/6
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Documents Regarding Transcription and Preparation of Record
1981
2/7
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Documents Regarding. Transcription and Preparation of Record.
1981
2/8
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Documents Filed After September 3, 1981 Certification.
1981
2/9
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Index to Documents.
1981
3/1
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Index to Admitted Exhibits.
1981
3/2
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Marilyn Bircher Deposition.
1979
3/3
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Miles Chamberlain Deposition.
1979
3/4
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Carole V. Coe Deposition (Vol 1).
1979
3/5
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Carole V. Coe Deposition (Vol 2).
1979
3/6
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Dan Donham Deposition.
1979
3/7
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Clara Fraser Deposition (Vol 1).
1979
3/8
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Clara Fraser Deposition (Vol 2).
1979
3/9
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Charles Poole Deposition
1979
3/10
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Bill Rheubottom Deposition.
1979
4/1
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Jack Talerico Deposition.
1979
4/2
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Joan Williams Deposition.
1979
4/3
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 1-40, Admitted.
-
4/4
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 41-100, Admitted.
-
4/5
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 101-165, Admitted.
-
4/6
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 166-200, Admitted.
-
4/7
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 201-268, Admitted.
-
4/8
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 269-300, Admitted.
-
4/9
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 301-400, Admitted.
-
4/10
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 401-500, Admitted.
-
5/1
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 501-654, Admitted.
-
5/2
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 655, Admitted.
-
5/3
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 656-669, Admitted.
-
5/4
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 663, Admitted.
-
5/5
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 671-691, Admitted.
-
5/6
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 1-100, Not Admitted.
-
5/7
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 101-200, Not Admitted.
-
5/8
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 201-250, Not Admitted.
-
6/1
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 251-300, Not Admitted.
-
6/2
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 301-400, Not Admitted.
-
6/3
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 401-500, Not Admitted.
-
6/4
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 501-550, Not Admitted.
-
6/5
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 551-600, Not Admitted.
-
6/6
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Exhibits 601-651, Not Admitted.
-
6/7
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Rules and Procedures Governing Employmnet Discrimination and Open Housing Proceedings.
1977
6/8
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Department of Human Rights Rules.
1974-1979
6/9
Clara Fraser v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Guidelines for Appointment of Hearings Panels in Discrimination Hearings.
1981
7/1
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department
1975
7/2
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Jan)
1976
7/3
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Feb)
1976
7/4
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Mar)
1976
7/5
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Apr)
1976
7/6
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (May)
1976
7/7
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Jun)
1976
7/8
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (Jul-Aug)
1976
7/9
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department (undated)
-
7/10
Daisy Jones, et al v. City of Seattle Lighting Department. Walter R. Sickler Deposition.
1976
8/1
Edmondson, Robinson and Laughlin v. American National General Agencies, Inc. AO-015.
1974
8/2
Patty Dick v. John Parker and Associates. AO-022.
1975
8/3
Wayne Lee Hamilton v. Charles N. Pederson. 140-H.
1975
8/4
Seattle Human Rights Commission v. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hasson. 108-H
1976
8/5
Lamar Kelso v. The Don Raymond Company.
1976
8/6
Charles Savage v. Puget Sound Pipe 'n' Supply Company. 104E.
1976
8/7
Linda 3X Huguley v. Value Village Thrift Store. 123-H.
1976
8/8
Zelda Foxall v. Adams and Associates. 113-E.
1976
8/9
Kenneth McCline v. City of Seattle Fire Department. A-E-5 (086)
1976
8/10
Seattle Human Rights Commission v. Arthur Riehl. 116-H.
1976
8/11
Luis Rivera and Gaylon Adams v. Westlake Chevrolet Company. 127-E/128-E.
1975
8/12
Julia Calhoun v. Indoor Climate Control. AO-182
1977
8/13
Victoria Burrell and Panela Dunn v. Viewmont Apartment, et al. 188-H/189- H.
1977
8/14
Patricia Gordon v. Obie Outdoor Advertising. AO-527-75.
1977
8/15
Steve Stepp and Margot Nims v. Yalewood Apartments.
1978
8/16
Arthur Banks v. Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction. 388-E.
1978
8/17
Office of Women's Rights and Patricia Hale v. Hindquarter Restaurant, Inc. AO-172.
1978
8/18
Robert Smith v. Nelson Chevrolet. D-78-002.
1978
8/19
Livmon Harper v. City of Seattle Engineering Department. D-78-004.
1978
8/20
Shirley Strand v. Washington Natural Gas. D-78-005.
1978
8/21
James Heidelberg v. Service Exchange. D-79-001.
1979
8/22
Willie Yarborough v. Crowley Maritime. D-79-002.
1979
8/23
Sanuel C. Hernandez v. United Parcel Service. D-79-003.
1979
8/24
Gwendoline Mills v. Providence Medical Center. D-79-004.
1979
8/25
Robert K. Hirano v. United Parcel Service. D-79-005.
1979
8/26
Kenneth Walker v. Bogey's Tavern. D-79-006.
1979
8/27
Leon Wilson v. Union Pacific Railroad. D-79-007.
1979
8/28
Joan Bozzer v. Ed Gajowniczek. D-79-008.
1979
8/29
June Richey v. Orville Marsh, Nobby's Restaurant. D-80-002.
1980
9/1
Don Thomas, Vaughn Thomas, James Swan and James Grimes v. Seattle Pacific University. D-81-001.
1981
9/2
Don Thomas, Vaughn Thomas, James Swan and James Grimes v. Seattle Pacific University. D-81-001.
1981
9/3
Katherine Rodgers v. Westcoast Electric Company of Washington. D-81-002.
1981
9/4
Daris Cromartie v. Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company. D-81-003
1981
9/5
Joseph Loney v. AMTRAK. D-81-004.
1981
9/6
Billie Hartley v. Bruce A. Rayburn and Jane Doe Rayburn. D-81-005.
1981
9/7
Debra Kelly v. Robert and Arlene Krussel. D-81-006.
1981
9/8
Patricia A. Bethard v. Morton Solny and Geraldine Solny. D-81-007.
1981
9/9
Wendy Lyons v. Austin Hotels, Inc. dba The Roosevelt Hotel. D-81-008.
1981
9/10
Regina Elder v. Combined Equities Corporation. D-81-009.
1981
9/11
Stanley L. Wilson v. Allise Dowdell. D-81-010.
1981
9/12
Mana Kahassay v. Pioneer Cooperative Affiliation/Pioneer Industries. D- 81-011.
1981
9/13
Jean L. Harris v. Lorenzo Patelli, DDS. D-81-012.
1981
9/14
Michelle Dayton and Antonia Oliver v. Bernard Mahoney. D-82-001.
1982
9/15
Stephanie Herrin v. Honeywell, Inc. D-82-002.
1982
9/16
Rebecca Tuck v. Bill McCormick and Jake's Famous Crawfish dba McCormick's Restauarant. D-82-003.
1982-1985
10/1
Robert Williams v. Martin Smith, Inc. D-82-004.
1982-1983
10/2
Mel and Mario Scheller v. Paul J. McKillop. D-83-001.
1983
10/3
Billie Hahn v. Norfin, Inc. D-83-002.
1983
10/4
Roy G. Sievert v. Robert Brinton dba Friction Serivces. D-83-003.
1983
10/5
Sharon MacCready v. Maf-Jo Investments Company. D-83-004.
1983
10/6
Ronald W. Tutt v. La Mirada Condominium Association. D-83-005.
1983
10/7
Julius Reese v. Sears and Roebuck, Inc. D-83-006.
1983
10/8
David Ester v. Disston, Inc. D-84-001.
1984
10/9
Judith Lavik v. Margaret Laessig, Albert Laessig, Wilson Management, Inc., Oliver M. Hidden. D-84-002.
1984
10/10
Starr Berwager Mehiel v. Don Kennedy Real Estate. D-84-003.
1984
10/11
Elizabeth D. Coffer v. Alma M. Wheaton and Larry Apple Realty, Inc. D-84- 005.
1984
10/12
Deborah Williams v. Telecheck Northwest, Inc. D-84-004.
1984
10/13
Bruce Bjerke v. James D. Johnson and Commercial Sound Systems. D-84-006.
1984-1986
10/14
Christine Holmes v. Thyssen-Bornemisza, Inc. dba Northwestern Glass Company. D-85-001.
1985
10/15
Malashri Johnson v. Pioneer Human Services. D-85-002.
1985
10/16
Pamela Durbin v. Donald R. Knipe, Aaron's Fine Dry Cleaning. D-86-001.
1986-1988
10/17
Michael Sacca v. Jean Louis Gagnaire dba La Baguette Universite. D-87-001
1987-1988
11/1
Eugene Bly Paull v. Lockheed Marine. D-88-001.
1988
11/2
Lisa Mann v. King County Crime Prevention Council. D-89-001.
1989
11/3
David Bradley v. Ed Wyse and Company dba Ed Wyse Beauty Supply and Northwest Beauty Distributors. D-89-002.
1989
11/4
Kerri Kumasaka v. Hewitt Isley, PC, Inc. D90-001.
1990
11/5
Marie France Hamilton v. Le Tastevin. D-90-002.
1990-1991
11/6
Marie Ratliff v. R.G.J. Anderson and Black Insurance. D-90-002.
1990
11/7
Marnee Maye v. Dr. Michael Washington. D-90-004.
1990
11/8
John Kerr and Peter Sorensen v. William Bain and George Sequin Associates. D-90-005.
1990
11/9
Demian v. AAA Automotive Club of Washington. D-91-006.
1991
11/10
James H. Sloane v. American Woman Health and Fitness, Inc. D-90-007.
1990
11/11
Doris Slumkoski v. First Impressions Printing and George Russell. D-90- 008
1990-1992
11/12
Vivian Sheila Campbell v. Abie Label and Associates. D-90-009.
1990
11/13
Reginald Fountain v. Taco Bell Corporation. D-90-010.
1990-1991
12/1
Pandora Kelly v. Darrell Ledford. D-90-011.
1990
12/2
OK McDonald v. Rainier Ice and Cold Storage, Inc. D-91-001.
1991
12/3
Albert Radcliffe v. Seattle Steel, Inc. D-92-001.
1992
12/4
Curtis Hopkins v. Pacific Cities, Inc., formerly known as Pacific Management Company, Inc. D-92-002.
1992
12/5
Mansour Al-Othaimin v. Washington Mutual Savings Bank. D-93-001.
1993
12/6
Erma M. Coppage and Richard P. Coppage v. Charles R. Grove and Lela L. Grove. D-93-002.
1993
12/7
Shannon Mathis v. Nicholas and Gail Newman. D-00-001.
2000
12/8
Mary Jones v. Joyce Trader and John Doe Trader. D-00-002.
2000-2001
12/9
Robert Hall v. Beacon Crest Apartments. D-01-001.
2001-2002
12/10
Rhonda Mitchell v. Hook Shik Song and Young Song. D-02-001.
2002
12/11
John McLandress v. Edward L. Warrington. D-02-002.
2002
12/12
Gordon Geijsbeek v. Seattle Housing Authority. D-02-003.
2002

3403-01:  Environmentally Critical Areas Reasonable Use Exceptions Appeals, 1991-1994Return to Top

0.4 cubic foot, (1 box)

Appeals of decisions of the director of the Department of Planning and Development (formerly the superintendent of the Department of Construction and Land Use) regarding applications for particular land uses in areas designated environmentally critical. Records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, findings of fact, and Hearing Examiner decisions.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
CA-91-001. Erickson and Associates Inc and Ron Danz. 9512 Greenwood Avenue North.
1991
1/2
CA-91-002. Mr. And Mrs. John M. Anderson. 3046 NW Esplanade
1991
1/3
CA-93-001. Dennis Lettenmaier. 3208 South Norman Street.
1993
1/4
CA-93-002. Randall Spaan. 9736 Lindsay Place South.
1993
1/5
CA-93-003. Betty Lock. 335 Lakeside Avenue South.
1993
1/6
CA-94-001. Jim and Francie Moses. 635 38th Avenue.
1994
1/7
CA-94-002. Byron E. Barnes for Henry Pang. 1208 Aurora Avenue North.
1994
1/8
CA-94-003. Bill Chapman. 311 Erie Avenue.
1994

3403-03:  Disadvantaged Business/WMBE Decertification Appeals, 1985-1988Return to Top

0.2 cubic foot, (1 box)

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, findings of fact, and other documents related to the appeal of decertification of Women and/or Minority Business Enterprise or disadvantaged business status for local businesses. The Hearing Examiner issues a final administrative decision.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
HRD-86-001. PHP Construction, Inc.
1985-1986
1/2
HRD-86-002. T and R Mechanical Insulation, Inc.
1986
1/3
HRD-86-003. Gormezano Effective Public Relations.
1986
1/4
HRD-86-004. Bill's Landscape / General Contractor.
1986
1/5
HRD-86-005. Ideal Lakeside Pump and Equipment.
1986
1/6
HRD-86-006. Air Control Enterprise.
1986-1989
1/7
HRD-86-007. Jones and Jones, Inc.
1986-1987
1/8
HRD-87-001. Collins Electric Company.
1987
1/9
HRD-87-002. REP-SAC Corporation.
1987
1/10
HRD-87-003. Mears Insulation and Glass Company.
1987
1/11
HRD-87-004. Mears Insulation and Glass Company.
1987
1/12
HRD-87-005. Bellco Electric and Supply.
1987
1/13
HRD-88-001. Magnificent Building Maintenance.
1988

3403-04:  Downtown Housing Maintenance Ordinance Appeals, 1986-1991Return to Top

0.2 cubic foot, (1 box)

Correspondence, memoranda, findings of fact, and other hearing materials related to appeals of orders from the Department of Planning and Development (formerly the Department of Construction and Land Use) regarding code violations of the Downtown Housing Maintenance Ordinance and the responsibility of developers toward maintenance of low-income housing in downtown Seattle.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
DHM-86-001. Unam Investment Corporation. 1521 7th Avenue.
1986
1/2
DHM-86-002. Vine Investment Company. 1818 Terry.
1986-1987
1/3
DHM-87-001. Washington State Convention and Trade Center. McKay Apartments, 705 1/2 Pike Street.
1987-1991
1/4
DHM-89-001. Christto T. and Dorothy Tolias. 1315 1/2 First Avenue.
1989

3403-08:  Appeals of Landmarks Preservation Board Decisions, 1979-2001Return to Top

2.8 cubic feet, (7 boxes)

Correspondence, notices, affidavits, findings of fact, decisions and recommendations, Certificates of Approval, denials of Certificates, and court records related to appeals of Landmarks Preservation Board decisions on controls, economic incentives, and proposed property modifications to landmark sites. Records primarily concern appeals from decisions on Certificates of Approval for significant alterations or changes to controlled features of designated landmarks. The Hearing Examiner makes recommendations to the City Council regarding controls and economic incentives and has jurisdiction for final decisions related to Certificates of Approval. Any interested party can appeal a decision to the Hearing Examiner.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
LP-79-001. Property at 812 23rd Avenue.
1979
1/2
LP-79-002. David J. DeLaittre, 211 First Avenue South.
1979
1/3
LP-80-001. St. Joseph's Church, 723 18th Avenue East.
1980
1/4
LP-80-002. University Presbyterian Church Inn.
1980
1/5
LP-81-001. Seattle Street Clock Thematic Group.
1981
1/6
LP-81-002. First Covenant Church.
1981
1/7
LP-81-003. Queen Anne Boulevard.
1981
1/8
LP-81-004. Bethany Presbyterian Church.
1981
1/9
LP-82-001. Black / Esoterian House and Garden.
1982
1/10
LP-84-001. Olivia and William Padden.
1984
1/11
LP-85-001. Music Hall Theater.
1985
1/12
LP-85-002. First United Methodist Church.
1985
1/13
LP-86-001. Erv Olsen and Lee Vennes, 815 East Prospect.
1986
2/1
LP-86-002. Big Tudor House Partnership and University District Community Council, 4555 16th Avenue NE.
1986
2/2
LP-86-003. Seattle School District, Franklin High School, 3013 South Mt. Baker Boulevard.
1986
2/3
LP-87-001. Phoenix Northwest Contracting, Inc. 730 Belmont East.
1987
2/4
LP-87-002. Kevin Auld. Cutting Trees at 1137 Harvard Avenue East.
1987
2/5
LP-88-001. The Terminal Sales Building.
1988
2/6
LP-88-002. Joshua Greene Building.
1988
2/7
LP-88-003. Lake Union Steam Plant. Seattle City Light.
1988
2/8
LP-88-004. The Great Northern Building. 1404 Fourth Avenue.
1988
2/9
LP-89-001. Don Filer Agency and Scandies at Ballard.
1989
2/10
LP-89-002. YMCA Central Branch, Souoth Building. 909 Fourth Avenue.
1989
2/11
LP-90-001. R.L. Shirrod. 1051 Summit Avenue.
1990
2/12
LP-90-002. William D. Farley. 117 Cherry Street.
1990
2/13
LP-90-004. R. C. Hedreen Company. Music Hall Theatre. 700 Olive Way.
1990
2/14
LP-90-005. San Mateo Ferry.
1990
2/15
LP-90-006. Carol Eychaner, et al. 1179 Eastlake Avenue East.
1990
2/16
LP-90-007. Carol Eychaner, et al, and Eastlake Community Council.
1990
3/1
LP-90-003/008. Music Hall Theatre, Inc.
1990
3/2
LP-90-003/008. Music Hall Theatre, Inc. Master Table of Contents and Transcripts.
1990
3/3
LP-90-003/008. Music Hall Theatre, Inc. Transcripts. (pp. 1-318)
1990
4/1
LP-90-003/008. Music Hall Theatre, Inc. Transcripts. (pp. 319-1214)
1990
5/1
LP-90-003/008. Music Hall Theatre, Inc. Transcripts. (pp. 1215-2234)
1990
6/1
LP-90-003/008. Music Hall Theatre, Inc. Transcripts. (pp. 2235-2855)
1990
6/2
LP-91-001. North Seattle Commission on Growth. 8721 Lake City Way NE.
1991
6/3
LP-94-001. Ida Cole. Paramount Theater.
1994
6/4
LP-95-001. Seattle Times Company. 1120 John Street.
1995
7/1
LP-95-002. Seattle School District. Latona Elementary School. 410 NE 42nd Street.
1995
7/2
LP-95-003. Seattle School District. Stevens Elementary School. 1242 18th Avenue East.
1995
7/3
LP-97-001. Eastlake Community Council. 2515 Boylston Avenue East.
1997
7/4
LP-00-001. John and Karen Winterscheid. 1200 12th Avenue South on Pacific Medical Center Campus.
2000
7/5
LP-00-002. Seattle Public Utilities. Lincoln Reservoir Replacement Project.
2000
7/6
LP-01-001. Abbey Fence Company. Russian Consulate Property. 3726 East Madison Street.
2001
7/7
LP-01-002. Lake Union II, LLC and Schnitzer Northwest. Van Vorst Building. 413-421 Boren Avenue.
2001

3403-12:  Appeals of Market Historical Commission Decisions, 1977-1987Return to Top

1.6 cubic feet, (4 boxes)

Appeals to the Hearing Examiner of Market Historical Commission decisions regarding applications for certificates of approval. Applications include requests by Market tenants to renovate or alter premises, to erect signs, or to change merchandise offerings. Records include correspondence, memoranda, findings of fact, Commission documentation, and other administrative hearing materials.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
H-77-001. Place Pigalle Tavern.
1977-1984
1/2
H-77-002. Lawrence M. Nathan and Associates.
1977
1/3
H-78-001. Asian Pastries. Change of Use.
1978
1/4
H-78-002. Tolmich Bakery. Denial of Sign.
1978
1/5
H-78-003. Vanishing Art, et. Cie. Floor Covering Installation.
1978
1/6
M-78-004. Charles Markham. Wine Shop in Jones Building.
1978
1/7
M-78-005. Educational Consultants, Inc.
1978
1/8
M-79-001. Deluxe Barbecue, Inc. in Economy Market.
1979
1/9
M-79-002. Basic Goods.
1979
1/10
M-79-003. Sabra Mediterranean Food. Protest vs. The Chocolate Factory.
1979
1/11
M-79-004. Sabra Mediterranean Food.
1979
1/12
M-79-005. Michael Aurigemma. City Kites.
1979
1/13
M-79-006. Kieth Dearborn. Use of Soames Building for Offices. Appeal of PPM-PDA Decision.
1979
1/14
M-79-006. Kieth Dearborn. Use of Soames Building for Offices. Appeal of PPM-PDA Decision. Exhibits.
1979
1/15
M-80-001. ECO (Solar Energy Group). Appeal of PPM-PDA Decision.
1980
1/16
M-80-001. Manila Barbecue.
1980
1/17
M-80-003. Ronald A. Irvine. Pike and Western Company.
1980
1/18
M-80-004. PPM-PDA re Museum and Museum Store Improvements.
1980
1/19
M-80-005. Fairmont Partnership (Gretchen's Upstairs).
1980
1/20
M-80-006. Robert Pottenger dba The Rose Bush
1980
2/1
M-82-001. Melvyn Robbins.
1982-1983
2/2
M-82-002. Rudy Alvarado, et al (Pike Place Under the Pergola).
1982
2/3
M-83-001. Marilyn Dessauer and Patricia Chavez-Benavidez.
1983
2/4
M-83-002. Melvyn Robbins. Kells (Alaska Trade Building).
1983
2/5
M-83-003. Melvyn Robbins. The Pink Door.
1983
2/6
M-83-004. Pike Place Merchants Association re Umberto's Plantasia, Ltd.
1983
2/7
M-84-001. Pike Place Merchants Association re G.O. Guy.
1984
2/8
M-84-002. Catering Advisor's, Inc.
1984
2/9
M-84-003. The Dilettante.
1984
2/10
M-84-004. Fairmount Partnership / Roberta.
1984
2/11
M-84-005. Ann L. Barker and Nancy Flambures.
1984
2/12
M-84-006. Patrick Purdy (Economy Arcade).
1984
2/13
M-85-001. M.I.C., Ltd.
1985
2/14
M-85-002. Seattle Garden Center.
1985
2/15
M-85-003. Rayla Danielson and M.I.C., Ltd.
1985
2/16
M-86-001. Au Gavroche Bakery. Sale of Unauthorized Items.
1986
2/17
M-86-002. Nicholas Schmitt. Denial of Approval to Occupy Space for Sale of Prepackaged Meat. 1529 Pike Place.
1986
2/18
M-86-003. Super Satellite Services, Seattle. Flags and Flower Boxes. 1908 Post Alley. John Paul Jones Building.
1986
2/20
M-86-004. Jack and Gillian Matthews. Made in Washington Store. Off- premises sign.
1986
2/21
M-86-005. Goldman's Jewelers. Sandwich Board Sign.
1986
2/22
M-87-001. Kell's Restaurant. 1916 Post Alley.
1987
2/23
M-87-002. Collector's Book Store.
1987
3/1
M-88-001. Fairmount Partnership.
1988
3/2
M-88-002. Jacquline Roberts and Pink Door. 1919 Post Alley.
1988
3/3
M-88-003. Fairrmount Partnership. Fairmount Apartments. 1907 First Avenue.
1988
3/4
M-88-004. Starbuck's Coffee Company.
1988
3/5
M-89-001. Dyke, Collectors Book Store, Ltd. 1501 Pike Place #432.
1989
3/6
M-89-002. Stewart Brothers Coffee.
1989
3/7
M-89-003. Seattle Engineering Department, Transportation Division. Wester Avenue and Virginia Street.
1989
3/8
M-89-004. Pike Place Market Merchants Association.
1989
3/9
M-90-001. Golden Age Collectibles, Ltd. 1501 Pike Place #422.
1990
3/10
M-90-002. Café Phoenicia. 1530 Post Alley.
1990
3/11
M-90-003. Demetrious Moraitis, et al. 1530 Post Alley.
1990
3/12
M-91-001. Etruscan Designs. 1530 Post Alley #10.
1991
3/13
M-91-002. Zebra Club, Inc. 1901 First Avenue.
1991
3/14
M-91-003. Isadora's. 1915 First Avenue.
1991
3/15
M-91-004. Pike Place Market Creamery. 1514 Pike Place, Stall 3.
1991
3/16
M-91-005. Milagros. 1530 Post Alley, #9B.
1991
3/17
M-91-006. Phoenicia Café. 1930 Pike Place.
1991
3/18
M-91-007. DeGraff Berkey. 1602 Post Alley.
1991
3/19
M-92-001. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority and U.S. Bank of Washington.
1992
4/1
M-93-001. Stephen Champion, et al. 86 Pine Street.
1993
4/2
M-93-002. Dave and Cheryl Martin. 1928 Pike Street.
1993
4/3
M-94-001. Gary Franco. Pike Place Flowers. 1501 First Avenue.
1994
4/4
M-94-002. Pike Place Market Merchants Association. Pike Place Flowers. 1501 First Avenue.
1994
4/5
M-94-003. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
1994
4/6
M-94-004. Daystall Tenants Assocation. 1916 Pike Place, Suite 1272.
1994
4/7
M-94-005. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority. Mark Hagood. 1928 Pike Place.
1994
4/8
M-94-006. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority. Deborah Hopgood. 1501 Pike Place.
1994
4/9
M-94-007. Peter Bassiri. Seattle Cutlery. 1920 Pike Place.
1994
4/10
M-94-008. Dan Eskenazi and Jack Hammer.
1994
4/11
M-94-009. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
1994
4/12
M-94-010. Steven M. Wills. Pike Place Nuts. 97 Pike Street #2.
1994

3403-13:  Planned Unit Development Appeals, 1986-1988Return to Top

0.2 cubic foot, (1 box)

Correspondence, memoranda, and administrative hearing materials related to citizen appeals of City approval for planned unit developments. The City Council retains jurisdiction for final decisions.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
PUD-86-001. Villa Neighbors. Appeal re Washington Retirement Parks.
1986-1988
1/2
PUD-86-002. Laurelhurst Community Club. Appeal re Washington Retirement Parks.
1986-1988
1/3
PUD-87-001. Kieth M. Callow. Appeal re Washington Retirement Parks.
1986-1988

3403-14:  Minimum Maintenance Ordinance Appeals, 1978-1992Return to Top

0.2 cubic foot, (1 box)

Records relate to appeals of orders from the Director of the Department of Construction and Land Use for correction of substandard conditions in historic buildings, primarily in Pioneer Square. Records include correspondence, findings of fact, orders, and other administrative hearing materials.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
K-78-002. Samis Land Company. Drexel Hotel, Palace Theater, Northern Hotel, Collins Building, Hartford Building.
1978-1979
1/2
H-78-003. Seattle Housing Authority. Morrison Hotel.
1978
1/3
K-78-003. Samis Land Company. Yesler Building, Schwabacher Building, Washington Shoe Company, Mottman Building, U.S. Rubber Building, Butler Building, Blumenthal Building, Corona Hotel.
1978-1979
1/4
K-78-004. Union Pacific Railroad Company. Union Station.
1978
1/5
K-78-005. Ronald L. Lien and Samis Land Company. See K-78-003.
1978-1979
1/6
K-78-006. Barbara Buck. One Yesler Way.
1978-1979
1/7
K-78-007. Seattle Steam Corporation.
1978-1982
1/8
K-78-008. Arnold J. Sturham. 304 Alaskan Way South.
1978-1979
1/9
K-80-001. Columbia Pacific Industries. 601 Second Avenue.
1980-1981
1/10
K-88-001. Arthur R. Hart. 110 Alaskan Way South.
1988
1/11
K-92-001. P. B. Industries. 201 (205) First Avenue South
1992

3403-15:  Appeals of Special Review District Decisions, 1980-2001Return to Top

2 cubic feet, (5 boxes)

Correspondence, memoranda, findings of fact, and other administrative hearing materials documenting appeals to the Hearing Examiner of Special Review District board decisions regarding Certificates of Approval for construction, alterations, or use changes within a district. The bulk of records relate to property within the Pioneer Square Preservation District and the International Special Review District.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
R-80-001. David K. Bromel. Appeal vs. Trick and Puzzle Store.
1980
1/2
R-83-001. Jan' Developments of Washington.
1983
1/3
R-84-002. Pioneer Square Smoke 'n' Gift Emporium.
1984
1/4
R-84-003. Bule Wallscapes, Inc.
1984
1/5
R-85-001. Olympic Block Project.
1984-1985
1/6
R-85-002. Save Our Square. Olympic Block Project.
1985
1/7
R-85-003. Bill Taylor and Judith DaSilva. Olympic Block Project.
1985
1/8
R-86-001. Company of the Paraclete. Union Trust Building, Basement Level, 121 South Main Street.
1986
1/9
R-86-002. Bob Appel and Marvin Apple. Denial of Approval for Construction of McDonald's Restaurant. [Photos]
1986-1987
1/10
R-87-001. Lydia Stratton. Olympic Block Alley.
1987-1988
1/11
R-89-001. Howard Dong. Sixth and King Associates.
1989
1/12
R-90-002. India Raj Restaurant and Seattle Instant Sign Company
1990
1/13
R-90-003. Jim Hardenbergh. 201 First Avenue South.
1990
1/14
R-90-004. Robert Steil (Squire Center Building). 900 First Avenue South.
1990
2/1
R-90-005. Kenneth C. Tucker. 210 South Washington.
1990
2/2
R-91-001. Ballard Computers, Inc. 5424 Ballard Avenue NW
1991
2/3
R-91-002. Borderline. 124 South Washington.
1991
2/4
R-91-003. Michael O'Sullivan. Globe Light Fixtures.
1991
2/5
R-91-004. Pacific Northwest Brewing Company, Ltd. 322 Occidental Avenue South.
1991
2/6
R-92-001. Billy King gallery. 108 South Jackson.
1992
2/7
R-93-001. Duke's Restaurant (window decoration). 83 South King Street.
1993
2/8
R-93-002. Duke's Restaurant (sidewalk painting). 83 South King Street.
1993
2/9
R-93-003. Robert Steil (Squire Center Building). 900 First Avenue South.
1993
2/10
R-94-001. Ruby Montana's Pinto Pony, Ltd. 602 Second Avenue.
1994
2/11
R-94-002. Ruby Montana's Pinto Pony, Ltd. 603 Second Avenue.
1994
2/12
R-94-003. Stan Douglas. 1020 First Avenue.
1994
2/13
R-94-004. Brian Russell. 201 South King Street (Kingdome)
1994
2/14
R-95-001. Mac's Smoke House. 1006 First Avenue South.
1995
2/15
R-95-002. Pioneer Square Community Council. 100 First Avenue South.
1995
3/1
R-95-003. Saigon Restaurant. Hkori K. Ngo.
1995
3/2
R-95-004. Bread of Life Mission, Associates. 97 South Main Street.
1995
3/3
R-90-001. Robert Steil (Squire Center Building). 900 First Avenue South.
1990
3/4
R-96-001. Pike Place Merchants Association.
1996
3/5
R-96-002. Heath Signs. 119 First Avenue South.
1996
3/6
R-96-003. Commonwealth Real Estate (Vinylized)
1996
3/7
R-96-004. Pioneer Square Community Council (Vinylized). 210 Alaskan Way South.
1996
3/8
R-96-005. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
1996
3/9
R-97-001. MetroPhone. 323 First Avenue South and 315 Second Avenue South.
1997
3/10
R-97-002. Pioneer Human Services. 3803 South Edmunds/4850 Rainier Avenue
1997
3/11
R-97-003. Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
1997
3/12
R-97-004. Delaurenti. 1923 First Avenue.
1997
4/1
R-00-001. The Justen Company and Samis Land Company.
2000
4/2
R-00-002. The Perennial Tea Room.
2000
4/3
R-00-003. Peter Lewis/Campagne Restaurant.
2000
5/1
R-00-004. Seattle's Best Coffee.
2000
5/2
R-00-005. Seattle Hardware Building. Greg Coleman.
2000
5/3
R-01-001. Eric Pollard and Theresa Alexander. DeLaurenti's.
2001
5/4
R-01-002. Lorig Management Services
2001
5/5
R-01-003. Eric Pollard and Theresa Alexander. DeLaurenti's.
2001
5/6
R-01-004. King County Department of Transportation. King Street Center.
2001
5/7
R-01-005. Sidran for Mayor--Seattle
2001
5/8
R-01-006. Kells Irish Restaurant.
2001

3403-17:  Appeals of School Reuse Decisions, 1990-1993Return to Top

0.2 cubic foot, (1 box)

Correspondence, memoranda, findings of fact, and other administrative hearing materials documenting appeals to the Hearing Examiner of decisions of the Department of Neighborhoods regarding reuse of closed school properties. Original decisions are made within the City's Master Use Permit process.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
SUAC-90-001. The Seattle Household of Faith. Hughes Elementary School.
1990
1/2
SUAC-93-001. Jim and Loretta Scott and John Lee. Cedar Park Elementary School.
1993

3403-18:  Short Subdivision Appeals, 1976-1981Return to Top

1.6 cubic feet, (4 boxes)

Appeals of the decisions of the Director of the Department of Community Development regarding proposed short subdivisions. The Hearing Examiner recommendation and the hearing record were forwarded to the City Council for a final decision. Records include correspondence, findings of fact, recommendations, testimony and other hearing-related documents.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
P-76-001. James and Mary E. Miller.
1976
1/2
P-76-002. Richard P. Frank.
1976
1/3
P-76-003. Ann and Daniel Streissguth.
1976
1/4
P-77-001. Hauptmann and Stevens.
1977
1/5
P-77-002. E.N. Widdop, et al.
1977
1/6
P-77-003. J and B Development Co., Inc.
1977
1/7
P-77-004. Thomas Forster and John Church.
1977
1/8
P-77-005. Robert E. Kesinger.
1977
1/9
P-77-006. Richard W. Hobbs.
1977
1/10
P-77-007. Jack D. Saad.
1977
1/11
P-77-008. Robert L. Medina.
1977
1/12
P-77-009. Clyde N. Decker.
1977
1/13
P-77-010. Lysle A. Wood, et al.
1977
2/1
P-77-011. Joe Ryan.
1977
2/2
P-77-012. Fred Aistrope.
1977
2/3
P-78-001. Dale A. Hagen.
1978
2/4
P-78-002. Lowell Palmerton.
1978
2/5
P-78-003. Joe Williams.
1978
2/6
P-78-004. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blake.
1978
2/7
P-78-005. Mr. and Mrs. G. Gaughan
1978
2/8
P-78-006. Richard Kennedy.
1978
2/9
P-78-007. Carl and Ruth Koss.
1978
2/10
P-78-008. Janet Anderson.
1978
2/11
P-78-009. James Curry, et al.
1978
3/1
P-78-010. Leo Francis.
1978
3/2
P-78-011. E.M. Rodosovich.
1978
3/3
P-78-012. Jeri Parks.
1978
3/4
P-78-013. Boe Fletcher.
1978
3/5
P-78-014. Dennis Burns.
1978
3/6
P-79-001. H.J. Merrick, et al.
1979
3/7
P-79-002. Robert F. Hintz.
1979
3/8
P-79-003. Leo Francis.
1979
3/9
P-79-004. James A. Simmons.
1979
3/10
P-79-005. Edna Urgin.
1979
3/11
P-79-006. Rodney A. and Betty J. Cysensky.
1979
3/12
P-79-007. Pete Johanson.
1979
3/13
P-79-008. George E. Bollinger.
1979
3/14
P-79-009. Standley P. Cook, et al.
1979
3/15
P-79-010. Homeowners' Association of Sunrise Terrace Park, et al.
1979
3/16
P-80-001. Joe M. Turner.
1980
4/1
P-80-002. Ed Shook.
1980
4/2
P-80-003. Christopher G. Sharpe.
1980
4/3
P-80-004. Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Warlick, et al.
1980
4/4
P-80-005. William R. Balzarini.
1980
4/5
P-80-006. Westwood By the Sound Community Group. (See P-80-011)
1980
4/6
P-80-007. Mrs. Neil MacNeil, et al.
1980
4/7
P-80-008. Mark Farris.
1980
4/8
P-80-009. Lawrence M. Shaw and Theresa E. Komin.
1980
4/9
P-80-010. Thomas E. Allen.
1980
4/10
P-80-011. Westwood By the Sound Community Group. (See P-80-006)
1980
4/11
P-81-001. Westwood By the Sound Community Group.
1981
4/12
P-81-002. Larry and Marchetta Cobb.
1981
4/13
P-81-003. Norine C. Blanchard, et al.
1981
4/14
P-81-004. John M. Racow.
1981
4/15
P-81-005. Jean L. Morse.
1981
4/16
P-81-006. Calvin F. Bannon and Lavonne M. Bannon.
1981

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Administrative remedies--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Building laws--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Cable television--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Civil rights--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Environmental protection--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Historic districts--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Land use--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Licenses--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Zoning law--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Personal Names :
  • Fraser, Clara
  • Corporate Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.). Office of Hearing Examiner
  • Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Construction and Land Use
  • Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Planning and Development
  • Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.)