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Peter Steinbrueck Records, 1989-2007

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Steinbrueck, Peter
Title
Peter Steinbrueck Records
Dates
1989-2007 (inclusive)
1998-2007 (bulk)
Quantity
30,280.0 digital files, (632 mb)
49.8 cubic feet, (125 boxes)
Collection Number
4684
Summary
Records from Peter Steinbrueck's tenure as a member of the Seattle City Council.
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.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Peter Steinbrueck served just over ten years on the Seattle City Council (1997-2007), including one term as Council President (2002-2003). He was elected at the 1997 general election to fill the remainder of the term of a vacated position and took office nearly two months early. During his tenure on City Council, Steinbrueck chaired the Housing, Human Services, Education and Civil Rights Committee (1998-2001); the Parks, Education, and Library Committee (2002-2003), and the Urban Development and Planning Committee (2004-2007).

In his ten years on the council, Steinbrueck led numerous legislative efforts advancing sustainable practices in areas of public policy, planning, and regulation, including land use and development. He was particularly active in crafting and supporting legislation regarding housing and human services; eradication of homelessness; transportation and urban mobility; parks and open space; historic preservation; water resource management; municipal waste reduction and recycling; and education.

An architect by training, Steinbrueck brought these skills to bear on issues of community design and in the development of public buildings such as Seattle City Hall, the Justice Center, Seattle Central Library and branch libraries. He was instrumental in pushing Seattle’s leadership in green building promotion which helped stimulate Washington's 2005 passage of the nation's first law requiring LEED Silver rating for public buildings.

Steinbrueck was born in 1957 and raised in Seattle. His father was noted architect Victor Steinbrueck (1911-1985) who was a prime mover in the early 1970s initiative to preserve Pike Place Market. Peter Steinbrueck received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Bowdoin College, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington College of Built Environments. Prior to his election to City Council, Steinbrueck had a successful architectural practice specializing in residential design.

Steinbrueck is a long-time civic activist. He was one of the leaders of the successful Citizens Alternative Plan initiative campaign to manage growth in downtown Seattle, and he is a co-founder of 1000 Friends of Washington, a group dedicated to reducing urban sprawl and preserving the region's natural resources.

Following his tenure on City Council, Steinbrueck established the firm Steinbrueck Urban Strategies, LLC, providing strategic planning advice to public, institutional, and private sector clients interested in advancing system-wide approaches to sustainability and master planning. He is visiting lecturer at the University of Washington’s College of the Built Environment.

In 2009 Steinbrueck was named a Loeb Fellow in the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, where from 2009 to 2010 he completed an academic year of independent research focused on the environment, climate change and urban sustainability in the United States.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Record Group 4684 documents Peter Steinbrueck’s ten-year tenure on the Seattle City Council. The records are comprised of five series:

  • 4684-01: Electronic Correspondence
  • 4684-02: Subject Files
  • 4684-03: Housing, Human Services, Education and Civil Rights Committee Records
  • 4684-04: Parks, Education and Libraries Committee Records
  • 4684-05: Urban Development and Planning Committee Records
Descriptions of each series can be found below.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], [Title of collection], Record Series 4684-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

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

4684-01:  Electronic Correspondence, 2001-2008Return to Top

30,280 digital files, (632 mb)

This series includes general correspondence from Councilmember Peter Steinbrueck and his Legislative Assistants Neil Powers, Stephanie Pure and Roger Valdez. It contains internal and external correspondence revolving around the business of the city council, including transitional housing, parks, neighborhood planning as well as other topics. A large proportion of the records is constituent correspondence, advocating for or against proposed legislation or addressing specific city issues or concerns.

According to legacy practice, electronic files were burned on a compact disc from network storage for transfer to archives. Disc images were then captured and files moved to network storage with regular fixity checks. 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 sensitive information. DROID was used to identify file formats, extract metadata, and facilitate processing decisions. ReNamer was used to remove and log problematic characters from file names. Files were then logged and transferred using Robocopy to preservation storage.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Original header information was lost through export of Groupwise e-mail through Nexic Personal Publisher. Issues with exporting the e-mail account created a large number of duplicate files. These files in the original order recieved will be kept until formatted into an xml e-mail preservation format that will preserve the relationship between files and attachments.

4684-02:  Subject Files, 1989-2007,   (bulk 1998-2007) Return to Top

43.2 cubic feet, (108 boxes)
1,122 digital files, (410 mb)

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and staff analysis related to Steinbrueck's work on City Council. A substantial portion of the records deal with urban planning, development, design, environmental issues, and comprehensive planning, and reflect his concerns about sustainability and quality of life as affected by the built environment. Also significant in this series are records related to his work on low and moderate income housing, human services, homelessness, neighborhood planning, parks and recreation, and cultural and heritage activities. During Steinbrueck's tenure, City Council dealt with, and his records reflect, controversial issues and events and large projects such as development of the Cedar River Watershed Habitat Conservation Program, expansion of the Washington State Convention Center, incineration of medical waste, the Pacific Place garage, the proposed monorail lines, development and construction of a new Civic Center campus, and the World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in Seattle.

The folder structure of the electronic files consist of separate directories for Peter Steinbrueck’s and his staff's designated network storage drives (H drive) and his office shared drive (PSOffice). Original subfolder names and order have been maintained and mainly reflect divisions by subject.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

One missing file extension was restored after being identified by DROID.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
83/17
Achieving Sustainability and Quality of Life in the Emerald City Public Hearing Sign-up Sheet (Aug 10)
2004
14/4
Ad Hoc Committee on Underage Drinking
1999
3/3
Added Activities Entertainment Licensing Ordinance
1998-1999
3/2
Added Activities Licensing Ordinance: Council
1998-1999
17/20
Added Activities Ordinance
1999
3/1
Added Activities: Background on Nightclub Licenses
1998-1999
17/21
Admiral Garage
2000
47/1
Admiral Garage / West Seattle
2000
15/2
Admiral Parking Garage
2000
17/22
Admiral Parking Garage
2000
22/27
Admiral Project
1998
3/4
Adult Cabarets
1998-1999
92/9
Adult Cabarets
2006-2007
92/12
Adult Cabarets
2004-2005
92/13
Adult Cabarets
2006
92/14
Adult Cabarets
2007
104/18
Adult Cabarets
2005-2007
104/19
Adult Cabarets
2003-2005
100/3
Adult Cabarets Zoning
2006-2007
80/12
Adult Crossing Guard Program 2004
2003-2005
60/9
Adult Entertainment. Rick's. Proposed Four Foot Rule. Correspondence from Dancers.
2003
29/6
Affirmative Action / Mayor's Affirmative Action Task Force (AATF) and Filipino American Political Action Group of Washington (FAPAGOW)
1998
38/5
Affirmative Action : I-200 and Plan
1998-2000
29/1
Affordable Housing: Harbor House
1997-2000
93/10
Affordable Housing. Growth-Related Housing
2006
67/7
Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council
2001-2002
90/3
AIA Fellowship Submittal
2001-2004
14/9
Airport Noise Issues
2000
104/17
Alaska and Arctic Buildings
2005-2007
92/7
Alaska and Artic Buildings Rezone
2007
103/9
Alaska Building
2004-2006
80/10
Alaska Way Viaduct
2002
98/13
Alaska Way Viaduct. Third Alternative
2006
98/14
Alaska Way Viaduct. Replacement
2006
98/15
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2004-2005
99/5
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2004
99/6
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2005
99/7
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2006
99/10
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2002
100/5
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2007
108/4
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2006-2007
95/9
Alaskan Way Viaduct Mobility Ordinance
2006-2007
99/2
Alaskan Way Viaduct Design Campaign
2002
99/3
Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure Plan
2005
100/8
Alaskan Way Viaduct Scoping Study
2004-2005
108/3
Alaskan Way Viaduct Mobility Ordinance
2007
99/4
Alaskan Way Viaduct/Seawall Replacement Project. Proposed UW Landscape Architecture School Studio Project
2004
97/2
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Bridging the Gap
2007
99/1
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Sedway Group Proposal
2002
99/9
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Washington State Department of Transportation Memoranda
2002-2003
99/11
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Public Comment
2004
100/6
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Constituent Correspondence.
2006-2007
104/8
Alaskan Way Viaduct. Analysis of No-Replacement Option
2006
85/13
Alcohol Impact Areas
2001-2005
52/12
Alcohol Impact Area. Pioneer Square
2000-2002
59/16
All Ages Dance Ordinance/Teen Dance Ordinance
2001-2002
59/17
All Ages Dance Ordinance/Teen Dance Ordinance
2000-2002
51/1
American Indian Women's Service League, Inc.
1999-2000
25/2
American Institue of Architects Design Dialog
2007
14/13
American Institute of Architects
-
88/15
American Institute of Architects Convention
1998
88/16
American Institute of Architects, Seattle Council, Young Architects Award
1999
88/17
American Institute of Architects. Articles and Press Releases about Steinbrueck
2002-2004
18/8
Animal Control
-
30/14
Annexation. North Highline
2007
94/13
Annexation. Proposed North Highline Annexation
2006
93/2
Annexation. White Center/North Highline
2006
18/9
Anti - Discrimination: Sexual Preference and Gender Identity
1999
3/5
Aquarium
1998-1999
47/2
Aquarium
2000
79/1
Aquarium
2003-2004
51/2
Aquarium Expansion Plans
2000
3/6
Aquarium: Reports
1998
13/18
Arboretum
1999
54/1
Arboretum Master Plan Materials
2001
54/2
Arboretum Master Plan. List of Proposals for Amendments
2001
54/3
Arboretum Master Plan. Financial Aspects
2001
54/4
Arboretum Master Plan. Draft Divided Reports
2001
54/5
Arboretum Master Plan. Design Review Proposal
2001
54/6
Arboretum Master Plan. Decision Agenda and Overarching Issues
2001
54/7
Arboretum Master Plan. Answers to Council Staff Questions
2001
54/8
Arboretum Master Plan. Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets (March 28)
2001
13/15
Arboretum-Constituent
1999
13/16
Arboretum-Council
1998-1999
13/17
Arboretum-Lakeside Trail
1999
106/2
Arts
2004-2005
86/1
Arts and Cultural Affairs
2004
19/9
Arts Task Force
1999
15/3
Assisted Housing
2000
84/2
Athletic Field Fees. Genessee Playfield City Analysis.
2002-2003
78/19
Athletic Fields
2002
70/10
Aurora/Lichton Springs
1999
59/21
Automatic Pay Toilet Project
2001
75/4
Automobile Impoundment Law Correspondence
2004
69/23
Ballard District Council
2002-2003
13/14
Ballard Family Center
1998
107/1
Bar and Nightclub Noise
2006
70/11
Beacon Hill
1997-2000
90/1
Bed and Breakfast Law. Greenlake
2005
91/3
Belltown Design Guidelines
2004
30/7
Belltown Park
2006
70/21
Belltown Rezone
2002
49/7
Benefits : APEX / SAM
2000
106/4
Bicycle Forum. Living Beyond the Car (March 7)
2007
59/18
Birmingham Steel
2001-2002
12/6
Blue Sky
1998-1999
106/5
Boards and Commissions Appointing Authority
2005-2006
35/7
Boost Program / Initiative 200
1998-2000
59/19
BOOST Program and Minority Contracting
2002
67/15
BOOST Program Review
2001-2002
67/14
BOOST Program: Equality in Contracting
2002-2003
67/16
Boyce Commercial Services. Moving Services Contract
2002
18/1
Branch Villa
1998
105/12
Briarcliff School Property. Proposed Cluster Housing
2004
91/17
Bring Your Own Bag Campaign
2007
98/10
Broadband and Cable
2005
70/14
Broadview/Haller Lake
1998-2003
100/9
Broadway Rezone Legislation
2005
101/3
Broadway Rezone.
2005
86/12
Broadway Zoning and Land Use
2005
106/6
Broadway Zoning and Revitalization
2005-2006
17/17
Brown Bag Forums
1999
53/7
Budget Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets and Written Testimony (October 10)
2001
53/9
Budget Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets and Written Testimony (November 1)
2000
53/10
Budget Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets and Written Testimony (October 11)
2000
53/13
Budget Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets and Written Testimony (November 8)
2001
74/7
Budget Public Hearing Materials (October 10)
2002
88/18
Budget Public Hearing Sign-up Sheet (Nov 3)
2005
98/6
Building Green in the Emerald City (Steinbrueck Op-Ed)
2004-2005
25/4
Building Political Will: Implementing a Plan to End Homelessness. NAEH Speech
2002
60/2
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Resolution
2003
60/3
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Resolution
2003
60/4
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Resolution
2003
60/5
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Resolution
2003
60/6
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Resolution
2003
60/7
Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link. BINMIC Action Committee
2003
62/7
Burke-Gilman Trail. Ballard Missing Link.
2003
3/8
Burma Background: Constituents
1997-1998
3/7
Burma Boycott: Background
1997-1998
3/9
Burma Boycott: Council
1997-1998
19/21
Burma Law
1999
22/7
Cab Driver Regulations - Amendments
2000
78/18
Cable Communications
2002
90/2
Cable Television and Information Technology
2005-2006
79/17
Cabrini Housing. Harborview Master Plan
2003
29/10
Campaign and Biographical Information (includes news clippings and campaign photographs)
1997-1999
92/8
Capital Hill Arts Center. Theaters/Cabarets
2007
18/3
Capital Improvement Program
1999
70/15
Capitol Hill Forum
2001-2002
86/6
Casa Latina
2004
86/13
Casa Latina
2004-2005
87/12
Casa Latina
2003-2005
92/3
Casa Latina Relocation
2007
18/5
Casa Latina - Day Workers
2000
84/8
Cascade Agenda
2005
72/4
Cascade Water Alliance
2003
35/8
Casework Requests and Correspondence
2001
3/10
Cedar River Background: Cedar Falls Historic District
1999
3/11
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Background
1997-1999
3/12
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Constituents
1997-1998
3/13
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Council
1997-1998
3/14
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Instream Flows
1999
3/15
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Press
1997-1998
4/1
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Public Process
1997-1999
4/2
Cedar River Habitat Conservation Plan: Reports
1997-1998
1/2
Cedar River Watershed Habitat Conservation Plan
1999
52/1
Cedar River Watershed
2001-2002
59/6
Cedar River Watershed. Bonneville Power Administration Power Lines
2001
67/17
Cedar River Watershed. Bonneville Power Administration Transmission Line
2002
79/2
Cellular Towers
2002-2003
22/2
Centers Levy
1999
69/24
Central Area District Council
2003
78/17
Central District
2003
61/5
Central House. At-Risk Youth Program
2002
106/12
Central Waterfront
2005-2006
106/13
Central Waterfront
2004
105/2
Central Waterfront Concept Plan
2004-2007
28/5
Central Waterfront Project: Marriott Hotel
1999
96/10
Central Waterfront Parks Master Plan
2006-2007
105/1
Central Waterfront Studies
2004-2005
105/3
Central Waterfront Studies
2005
30/1
Central Waterfront. Allied Arts.
2005
95/3
Central Waterfront. The Road Ahead: Politics and Planning
2007
54/16
Chamber of Commerce Land Use Committee
1996-1999
38/6
Child Care : Haller Lake Children's Center
2000
38/7
Child Care : Homeless Programs - First Place
2000
14/14
Childcare
1998-1999
17/5
Childcare
1998-1999
89/11
Childcare. Families and Education Levy
2003
80/4
Children and Youth Strategy
2003
55/6
Children's Convalescent Center. Landmark Preservation
2001
33/2
Children's Hospital: Land Issues
1998
7/11
Children’s Hospital Quasi Judicial
2007
93/8
Children’s Hospital Expansion
2007
79/5
Citizens Against Gambling Expansion
2003
52/2
Citizens Service Bureau
2002
62/11
City Attorney's Office
2000-2002
62/12
City Auditor
2000-2002
62/13
City Auditor. Community Development Block Grant Audit
2002
61/6
City Bird. The Great Blue Heron
2003
73/17
City Charter Amendments
2002
105/6
City Charter Amendments
2007
91/11
City Charter Review
2006
91/10
City Charter Revision Committee
2006
25/6
City Council Communications Advisory Group
2003
97/7
City Council Position 9 Applicants
2006
95/8
City Council Proclamations
2002-2007
105/11
City Council Response to Mayor's 2003 State of the City Address
2003
62/15
City Council Retreat Planning
2001-2002
74/8
City Council Rules
2003
25/10
City Council Rules. Proposed Revisions. Draft.
2007
107/14
City Council Work Program Priorities. Department of Planning and Development
2005
62/14
City Council. External Committee Assignments
1997-2002
62/16
City Council. Policy Priorities Resolution
2002
92/2
City Demographer Position
2004
64/9
City Employees' Retirement System. Proposed Plan Changes
2000
78/14
City Light
2002-2004
86/16
City Light
2005
78/15
City Light Superintendent Confirmation Public Hearing
2003
78/16
City Light Third Tier Rates
2002
63/1
City Light. Audit
2002
62/3
City Light. Bonneville Power Administration
2003
63/2
City Light. Budget Reduction Plan
2002
63/3
City Light. Climate Trust
2001
61/1
City Light. Gary Zarker. Superintendent Reconfirmation. Skagit Related Public Hearing Documentation
2003
61/2
City Light. Gary Zarker. Superintendent Reconfirmation. Materials
2002-2003
61/3
City Light. Gary Zarker. Superintendent Reconfirmation. Correspondence
2003
61/17
City Light. Gary Zarker Reconfirmation Correspondence
2002-2003
62/1
City Light. Gary Zarker Reconfirmation Public Hearing (March 4)
2003
62/2
City Light. Municipal League of King County. Seattle City Light Study.
2002
63/4
City Light. Municipal League of King County Study
2002
63/9
City Light. Presentation to Blue Ribbon Panel on Utility Governance
2002
63/8
City Light. Public Opinion Survey on Salmon
2001
63/5
City Light. Rates
2001-2002
63/6
City Light. Rates. Birmingham Steel
2001
63/7
City Light. Residential Customer Satisfaction
-
61/14
City Light. Superintendent Reconfirmation Process (Folder 1)
2003
61/15
City Light. Superintendent Reconfirmation Process (Folder 2)
2003
61/16
City Light. Superintendent Reconfirmation Background Materials
2003
70/5
City Neighborhood Council
2001-2003
96/9
City Neighborhood Council
2006-2007
38/1
City of Seattle Seismic Hazard Program: Municipal Building
1993
38/2
City of Seattle Seismic Hazard Program: Municipal Building
1993
53/6
City/State Officials Joint Meetings
2000
22/22
City-University of Washington Agreement
1998
15/8
Civic Center
2000
20/3
Civic Center / City Hall
1999
46/7
Civic Center : Budget
1999-2000
46/6
Civic Center : Monthly Project Reports - Shels Obletz Johnsen
1999-2001
55/3
Civic Center Architect Selection
1999-2000
55/4
Civic Center Architectural Firms - Candidates
1999
46/5
Civic Center Client Status Meetings
2000-2001
55/1
Civic Center Client Group
1999-2000
59/4
Civic Center Client Group Meetings
1999
72/17
Civic Center Client Group Miscellaneous
2000-2002
72/18
Civic Center Client Group Monthly Meetings
2000-2003
72/19
Civic Center Client Group Special Meeting (November)
2002
46/3
Civic Center Design
2000
46/4
Civic Center Design
2000-2001
20/4
Civic Center Design Review
1999
55/2
Civic Center Design Critiques
2000
55/13
Civic Center Master Plan. Preliminary Draft
1999
55/16
Civic Center Master Plan. Decision Agenda
1999
72/21
Civic Center Miscellaneous
2000-2001
55/5
Civic Center Peter's Notes
2000
55/14
Civic Center Planning, Including Decision Agenda
1998
55/15
Civic Center Planning. Workshop Report
-
55/17
Civic Center Planning. Sustainability Issues
2000
56/14
Civic Center Planning Public Involvement Opportunities
2000
72/20
Civic Center Public Art
2002
46/1
Civic Center Resolutions
2000
46/2
Civic Center Resolutions
2000
57/16
Civic Center Urban Design Forum
2000
4/3
Civic Center: Background
1998-1999
4/4
Civic Center: Client Group
1998-1999
4/5
Civic Center: Constituents
1998-1999
4/6
Civic Center: Council
1997-1999
73/1
Civic Center: Key Tower Accessibility Improvements
2000-2001
4/7
Civic Center: Reports
1997-1999
72/23
Civic Center. Graphic Master Plan
2001
72/22
Civic Center. Key Tower Tenant Improvement Project
2002-2003
56/18
Civil Emergencies Legislation
2001
57/1
Civil Emergencies Legislation. Public Hearing (September 5)
2001
56/4
Civil Emergencies Ordinance (Special Events Ordinance)
2001
56/5
Civil Emergencies Ordinance Public Hearing (September 5)
2001
47/3
Civil Emergency Ordinance
2001
38/9
Civil Rights
2000-2001
38/10
Civil Rights : Race and Discrimination
2000
39/1
Civil Rights : Racial Profiling Task Force and Legislation
2000-2001
39/2
Civil Rights : Racial Profiling Task Force
2001
39/3
Civil Rights : Racial Profiling : Peoples Coalition for Justice
2001
39/4
Civil Rights : Racial Profiling Data
2000
39/5
Civil Rights : Racial Disparity : Seattle Public Schools Forum
2001
38/8
Civil Rights : Small Business Contracting Program BOOST
1999-2001
38/11
Civil Rights : 2020 Vision
2001
18/2
Civil Rights: Background and Correspondence
1999
8/4
Civil Rights: New Citizen Initiative
1998
8/7
Civil Rights: Stadium Workers
1998
8/5
Civil Rights: Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1997-1999
63/10
Civil Rights. New Citizen Initiative
1998
87/13
Cleanscapes Rabanco . Dumpster Free Alley Project.
2005
101/5
Climate Review and Climate Change
2007
101/6
Climate Review and Climate Change. Reference Material
2007
33/11
Coalition to Save Discovery Park / People's Lodge
1999
76/6
Coleman School / Urban League
1997-2003
93/4
Colman Dock
2004-2007
106/8
Colman Dock Redevelopment
2004-2007
46/10
Colman School
1997-2001
46/8
Colman School : African American Heritage Museum
2000
46/9
Colman School : Urban League
2001
70/18
Columbia City
1999
25/14
Commercial Code Amendments
2006
93/5
Commercial Code Revision Correspondence
2006
105/4
Commercial Code Revisions
2006
104/12
Commercial Land Use Code Revisions
2006
8/3
Commission Terms
1999
86/17
Committee to End Homelessness in King County
2004
72/3
Communications Retreat. Connections Group
2002
12/8
Community Development Block Grants
1998-1999
52/3
Community Development Block Grant Audit Response
2002
106/7
Community Development Fund. Funding Agreement
2005
51/23
Community Nights in Schools Pilot Project
2001-2002
12/2
Community Policing
1998
25/11
Comprehensive Plan
2007
18/6
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2001
25/17
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2007
79/8
Comprehensive Plan Amendments. Public Hearing March 1
2004
86/15
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2001-2003
105/15
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2005
107/4
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2005
107/5
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2004
88/9
Comprehensive Plan Correspondence
2004
107/6
Comprehensive Plan Public Hearing (Sept. 7)
2004
105/16
Comprehensive Plan Update Focus
2004
88/5
Comprehensive Plan. Planning Commission Comments.
2004
93/7
Comprehensive Plan. Service Sector Employment
2007
96/7
Comprehensive Plan. Urban Sustainability Goals
2007
96/8
Comprehensive Plan. Achieving Sustainability and Quality of Life in the Emeral City Form (August 10)
2004
107/7
Comprehensive Plan. Northgate.
2004
107/8
Comprehensive Plan. Sustainability.
2004-2005
1/7
Convention Center Expansion
1998
1/8
Convention Center Expansion Briefing (A)
1998
1/9
Convention Center Expansion Briefing (B)
1998
4/8
Convention Center Expansion: Background
1999
4/9
Convention Center Expansion: Constituents
1999
4/10
Convention Center Expansion: Constituents
1999
4/11
Convention Center Expansion: Council
1999
4/12
Convention Center Expansion: Council
1999
4/13
Convention Center Expansion: Council
1999
5/1
Convention Center Expansion: Public Process
1998-1999
5/2
Convention Center Expansion: Reports
1995-1997
20/5
Convention Center Expansion
1999
8/1
Copernicus
1998
32/12
Cost of Living Adjustments (COLAs): Various Correspondence
1998-1999
80/6
Cottage Housing Draft
2002-2003
29/8
Council Committee Structures
1999-2000
20/6
Council Parking
1999
17/11
Council - Food Banks
1999-2000
73/20
Councilmember Heidi Wills
2001-2003
73/18
Councilmember Judy Nicastro
2000-2002
73/19
Councilmember Margaret Pageler
2001-2002
83/5
Crossing Guard Program
2002-2003
93/1
Crown Hill School Reuse
2006-2007
70/16
Crown Hill/Ballard
2002
8/8
Culture, Arts and Parks: Viretta Park
1998
8/9
Culture, Arts and Parks: Georgetown Fields
1998
8/10
Culture, Arts and Parks: Cedar Park Project
1998
8/11
Culture, Arts and Parks: Burke-Gilman Place
1998
8/12
Culture, Arts and Parks: Landmark - Egan House
1997-1998
8/13
Culture, Arts and Parks: Seattle Metro Police Museum
1998
8/14
Culture, Arts and Parks: Bathhouse Theatre
1998
32/6
Culture, Arts and Parks Committee: Artists' Concerns
1998
12/5
Culture, Arts, and Parks Council
1998-1999
13/7
Culture, Arts, and Parks-General Parks
1998-1999
13/8
Culture, Arts, and Parks-Jefferson Park
1998
13/9
Culture, Arts, and Parks-Theater
1998-1999
13/10
Culture, Arts, and Parks-Historic Seattle Preservation Development Authority
1998-1999
13/11
Culture, Arts, and Parks-Landmark Preservation Development Authority- General
1998-1999
67/18
Current Use Taxation. Open Space Plan
2001
71/22
Dangerous Dog Ordinance
2003
45/5
DCLU : Design Commission
2000
45/6
DCLU : Inclusionary Zoning
2000
45/7
DCLU : Small Lot Subdivision
2000
45/8
DCLU : Stadium Transition Overlay District / Freight Mobility
2000
30/15
Dearborn Goodwill Site Development
2007
101/1
Dearborn Goodwill Site Development
2007
101/4
Dearborn Goodwill Site Development
2006
70/19
Delridge
1998-2000
69/25
Delridge District Council
2003
17/1
Demonstration Ordinance
1998
53/12
Demonstration Program for Innovative Housing Design
2001
13/12
Denny Regrade-P-Patch
1998-1999
70/20
Denny Triangle/Regrade
1998-2001
18/17
Department of Construction and Land Use (DCLU): Petition from Residents Regarding Parking in Ballard (Photographs Included)
2001
19/5
Department of Construction and Land Use - Enforcement
1999
19/6
Department of Construction and Land Use - Housing Issues
1998-1999
19/7
Department of Construction and Land Use - Design Review Programs
1997
19/8
Department of Construction and Land Use - Consultant Contract
1998
63/11
Department of Construction and Land Use. Major Institutions Status Report
2001
78/3
Department of Construction and Land Use. Accessory Dwelling Units
2002-2003
78/4
Department of Construction and Land Use. City Design
2000-2002
78/5
Department of Construction and Land Use. Urban Development Planning Budget
2004
78/6
Department of Construction and Land Use. Special Review Process
2003
78/7
Department of Construction and Land Use. Zoning Enforcement
2002
19/14
Department of Housing and Human Services
2000
73/15
Department of Information Technology
2002
45/9
Department of Neighborhoods : Community Organization List
2000
45/10
Department of Neighborhoods : Southeast Sector Implementation Plan
2000-2001
45/11
Department of Neighborhoods : Historic Preservation
2001
45/12
Department of Neighborhoods : Community Outreach Meetings
2001
70/6
Department of Neighborhoods
2001
89/4
Department of Planning and Development Constituent Correspondence
2006
12/11
Design, Construction, and Land Use
1998
89/8
Detached Accessory Dwelling Units
2006
108/10
Diane Sugimura Re-confirmation
2007
104/11
Director of Department of Planning and Development Reconfirmation Input
1006-2007
79/7
Director of Housing Katie Hong Confirmation Questions
2003
17/16
Disability Services
1998
85/3
Discovery Park Capehart Housing
2003-2004
74/18
District Elections
2002-2003
76/4
District Elections
2002-2005
76/5
District Elections. Citizen Panel.
2003
19/16
Domestic Violence - Human Services
1998-1999
5/3
Downtown Business Improvement Area
1999
13/13
Downtown Business Improvement Area
1998
70/23
Downtown Business Improvement Area
1998-1999
70/22
Downtown District Council
2002-2003
25/15
Downtown Height and Density
2005
87/1
Downtown Height and Density Code. Architect’s Letter
2005
87/2
Downtown Height and Density Code
2005-2006
87/14
Downtown Height and Density Code
2005
88/2
Downtown Height and Density Code. Parking.
2006
88/3
Downtown Height and Density Code. Parking.
2006
88/4
Downtown Height and Density Code. Samis Land Company
2005-2006
88/11
Downtown Height and Density Proposed Plan. Public Hearing (Sep 12)
2005
90/15
Downtown Height and Density Zoning. Building Liveable Communities
2005-2006
93/3
Downtown Historic Building Survey (1996 )
2006
107/12
Downtown Land Use Regulations
2004-2005
38/3
Downtown Urban Center Neighborhood Plan: Committee Review Notebook
1999
38/4
Downtown Urban Center Neighborhood Plan: Committee Review Notebook
1999
85/1
Downtown Zoning and Code Amendments
2005
107/11
Downtown Zoning Height and Density
2004-2005
105/17
Downtown Zoning Issues
2004-2006
89/9
Downtown Zoning Public Hearing (March 7)
2006
90/14
Downtown Zoning Public Hearing (March 7)
2006
104/6
Downtown Zoning. Height and Density
2004-2006
87/15
Downtown Zoning. Impact on Human Services.
2005
93/6
Dravus-Interbay Rezone Study
2007
79/3
Driving While License Suspended Impound Law
2002-2004
71/7
Duwamish Correspondence
1999
71/5
Duwamish Issues
1999
52/4
Duwamish Longhouse Project
2002
15/4
Duwamish Plan
2000
14/6
Duwamish Plan. Stadium Transition Zone
-
61/7
Duwamish Tribe
2002
47/4
Duwamish Tribe Issues (OIR memo)
2001
77/14
Early Learning Summit
2002
56/9
Earthquake Recovery
2001
56/6
Earthquake Recovery and Rehabilitation Loan Program
2001
47/5
Earthquake Rehabilitation Loan Program : International District, Pioneer Square
2001
71/16
East Precinct Crime Prevention Coalition
2002
70/24
Eastlake
2001-2002
70/25
Eastlake Floating Homes
1998
63/22
Economic Development. Business Climate Coalition
2002
63/23
Economic Development. Economic Activity Task Force
2002
63/24
Economic Development
1999
73/13
Economic Development. Mayors Events Transmission. Special Olympics Bid
2002
90/4
Economic Development
2004
94/10
Economic Impact of Seattle's Music Industry
2004
17/13
Education
1997-1998
49/8
Education / Seattle Public Schools
1999
56/12
Education Action Agenda 2000-2002 Status Report
2001
77/15
Education Action Agenda
2000-2002
17/14
Education - Commission on Early Learning
1998
17/15
Education - Head Start
1998
51/14
Education. Seattle School District
1997-2002
29/3
Elections / Code Amendments
2000
74/4
Elections. Voters Pamphlet Statement Limitations
2004
52/5
Elevated Transportation Company/Monorail Mock Up of Petition
2002
53/17
Elliot Bay Water Taxi Project
2002
2/14
Elliott Bay Water Taxi
1998-1999
5/4
Empowerment Zone
1998
19/4
Endangered Species Act - Urban Environmental Management
1998
63/13
Energy Code Revisions
2001
47/6
Environmental : Roadless Forest Initiative
2000
19/2
Environmental Management Initiative
1999
87/4
Environmentally Critical Areas
2005-2006
18/7
Equal Benefits
1999
34/7
Equal Benefits Legislation
1999
72/2
Ethical Leadership Training. Cedar River Accord
2002
47/7
Ethics and Elections Commission
1999
49/9
Ethics and Elections Commission
1999
57/14
Ethics and Elections Commission
2001
63/14
Ethics and Elections
2001-2002
107/16
Ethics and Elections
1992-2006
93/13
Ethics Code. Seattle Planning Commission Request
2005
35/11
Ethiopian Community Mutual Association
2001
10/9
Executive Services Department
1998-1999
63/15
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau
2002
63/16
Executive. Civil Service Commission Review
2002
63/17
Executive. Contracting Task Force
2002
72/1
Executive. Mayor Greg Nickels
2001-2003
63/18
Executive. Seattle Film Office
2002
28/1
Exotic Animal Ban: Council Member Notes
1999-2000
28/2
Exotic Animal Ban: Constituent Letters
1999-2000
28/3
Exotic Animal Ban: Constituent Letter
1999-2000
14/7
Facts and Figures
-
39/6
Fair Employment
1999
15/19
Fair Housing Act
1998
79/4
False Alarm Licensing and Fees
2003
74/14
False Alarm Reduction
2003
76/2
Families and Education Levy Comment
2004
76/3
Families and Education Levy Comment
2004
78/8
Families and Education Levy
2003-2004
78/9
Families and Education Levy
2004
78/10
Families and Education Levy
2002-2003
78/11
Families and Education Levy Oversight Committee
2000-2001
78/12
Families and Education Levy
2004
78/13
Families and Education Levy
2004
80/2
Families and Education Levy
2003
84/10
Family and Education Levy. Family Support Workers.
2004-2005
107/15
Family Partnerships Program. Public Schools
2005
51/7
Father Love. Keeping Fathers Connected
2001
61/8
Federal Revenue Sharing Proposal
2002
47/8
Film Industry Issues
2001
8/15
Finance and Budget: 1999 Budget Priorities
1998
8/16
Finance and Budget: Budget Process
1998
8/17
Finance and Budget: 1999 Budget Issues
1998
8/18
Finance and Budget: 1999 Budget - Police Dept., Fire
1998
8/19
Finance and Budget: 1999 Budget Issues
1998
8/20
Finance and Budget: 1998 Budget
1997-1998
9/1
Finance and Budget: Reports
1998
9/2
Finance and Budget: Council
1998-1999
9/3
Finance and Budget: 1999-2001 Budget
1998
73/12
Finance. Reorganization
2002
59/20
Fire Boat Issues
2002
47/9
Fire Chief Selection
2001
10/6
Fire Department
1998
80/3
Fire Facilities
2003
91/15
Fire Facilities Levy
2007
10/10
Fire Fighter Issues
1998
10/3
Fire Fighters Memorial Park
1997-1998
10/4
Fire Fighters Memorial Park
1997-1998
10/5
Fire Station Closure
1998
108/2
Fire Station No. 20. Citizen Correspondence.
2006
88/7
First Hill amendments
2004
72/15
First Methodist Church
2003-2004
17/10
First Place Homeless Children's School
1999
102/6
First United Methodist Church
2001-2004
74/6
Floating Homes Legislation
2001-2004
17/12
Food Banks
1998
30/8
Fort Lawton
2007
18/4
Forum: Children who witness domestic violence
1999
70/26
Fremont
1999-2002
108/8
Fremont Neighborhood Issues
2005
75/2
Friends of Magnuson Park - Resource Binder (I)
2003
75/3
Friends of Magnuson Park - Resource Binder (I)
2003
60/8
Friends of the Burke-Gilman Trail
2003
20/7
Galer Street Ramp
1999
2/1
Gas Works Park - Cleanup
1998
2/2
Gas Works Park - Constituents
1998
2/3
Gas Works Park - Landmark Nomination
1998-1999
85/8
Gay and Lesbian Issues
2002-2005
71/1
Georgetown
1997-2000
71/2
Georgetown Old City Hall
-
20/8
Georgetown Sex Offenders
1999
13/19
Georgetown, Duwamish, South Park
1998
1/1
Goals, Action, Results, and Measures (GARMS)
1997
92/4
Goodwill Property Developm,ent Correspondence
2006
93/9
Goodwill Rezone. Dearborn Street
2006
9/4
Government, Education and Labor: Public Works Apprenticeship
1997
9/5
Government, Education and Labor: Public Works Apprenticeship
1997
9/6
Government, Education and Labor: Council
1998-1999
97/1
Great Streets and Multi-Way Boulevards (September 25)
2007
71/6
Greater Duwamish
1997-2002
71/4
Greater Duwamish Rezone Plan
1999-2000
96/5
Green Building
2005
98/8
Green Building
2005
98/7
Green Building. LEED Standards
2005
96/6
Green Building. Visions of Urban Sustainability Forum (January 25)
2005
71/3
Greenlake
1999-2000
13/20
Greenwood
1999
71/10
Greenwood
2000-2001
9/14
Growth Management Planning Council: Housing Finance Implementation Committee
1998-1999
15/9
Growth Management Planning Council
2000
34/1
Growth Management planning Council
1999
67/19
Gypsy Moth Pest
2001
33/1
Habitat for Humanity: Registration / Liability Waivers
2000
67/20
Hahn Building Loan Agreement Enforcement
2002
7/12
Hamilton Middle School Renovation
2007
2/7
Hanford Fast Flux Test Facility
1999
93/18
Harry Whitney Treat House Landmark Designation (Skolnik / Law Department)
2007
68/1
Hate Free Zone Resolution
2001
74/15
Health Care Costs Forum
2003
60/1
Hedreen and Company. Housing Bonus Credits
2002
30/11
Hempfest. Olympic Sculpture Park Damage
2006
100/7
Hempfest. Olympic Sculpture Park Damage
2006
80/11
Hendrix House
2001-2003
29/4
Hiring of New Seattle Police Chief
2000
59/7
Historic Preservation Special Valuation Taxation
-
59/8
Historic Preservation. Kalakala
2002
96/2
Historic Preservation
2001-2003
96/3
Historic Preservation
2004
96/4
Historic Preservation
2005-2007
103/3
Historic Preservation
2002-2005
108/14
Historic Preservation/Downtown Historic Survey
2007
17/19
Historic Seattle
1999
63/20
Historic Seattle. Artists Live and Work Studios
-
16/7
Holly Park
1998-1999
16/8
Holly Park
1999
18/10
Holly Park
1999
79/6
Homeland Security
2003
94/5
Homeless Correspondence
2001-2004
94/1
Homeless Information
2002-2004
35/1
Homeless: Various Shelter Issues
1999
30/13
Homelessness
2007
39/20
Homelessness : Washington D. C. Forum (includes environmental issues)
2001
39/7
Homelessness : Constituent Mail
2000
39/8
Homelessness : Data
2000-2001
39/9
Homelessness : Emergency Shelters
2000-2001
40/5
Homelessness : Housing Demonstration Ordinance
2001
39/13
Homelessness : Real Change
2001
39/15
Homelessness : Rent Assistance
2000-2001
39/16
Homelessness : Right to Shelter
2001
40/3
Homelessness : Sixth and Yesler
2001
39/10
Homelessness : Strategic Response
1998-2001
39/19
Homelessness : Street Youth Task Force
2000
39/18
Homelessness : St. Mark's Community Dialog
2000-2001
39/17
Homelessness : Tent City / Encampments
1998-2001
40/4
Homelessness :Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Survey and Report
2001
40/2
Homelessness :Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program
1999-2000
39/11
Homelessness :Organizations
2001
39/12
Homelessness :SHARE / WHEEL
1999-2001
39/14
Homelessness :Urban Rest Stop
2000
94/4
Homelessness Strategic Response
2001-2002
53/8
Homelessness Trategic Response
2000
40/1
Homelessness: Funding
2000-2001
94/7
Homelessness. Family Needs
2002-2004
98/2
Homelessness. Living Small
2005
64/21
Homelessness. National Alliance to End Homelessness.
2002
64/22
Homelessness. Operation Nightwatch.
2002
74/19
Homelessness. Outdoor Meals.
2003
103/4
Homelessness. Public Opinion Data
2002
66/15
Homelessness. Safe Harbors Project
1999-2000
66/16
Homelessness. Safe Harbors Project
2002
66/17
Homelessness. Safe Harbors Project
2003
66/18
Homelessness. Safe Harbors Project. Design Project
2001-2002
66/19
Homelessness. Safe Harbors Project. Gates Foundation
2001
59/13
Homelessness. Tent City
2002
49/14
Housing
1999-2000
40/7
Housing : Apartment Association of Seattle
2000
40/10
Housing : Housing, Office of
1999-2000
40/8
Housing : HUD Consolidated Plan
2000
40/9
Housing : Levy Renewal Planning
2001
40/12
Housing : Morrison Hotel / Homeless
2000-2001
40/15
Housing : Multi - Family Tax Exemption Program
2000
40/14
Housing : Notes
1997-1999
41/2
Housing : Rainier Vista Memoranda of Agreement (MOA)
2001
41/3
Housing : Rainier Vista Public Hearing
2001
41/5
Housing : Rainier Vista Rezone
2001
41/6
Housing : Rainier Vista Rezone
2001
40/13
Housing : Sand Point Housing Association Low Income Housing
2000
41/4
Housing : Seattle Housing Authority Rainier Vista and Land Use Code
2001
41/10
Housing : Seattle Housing Authority Board Appointments and Discrimination
2001
41/1
Housing : The Housing Partnership
1999-2000
56/15
Housing and Building Maintenance Landlord Retaliation Ordinance
2001
57/3
Housing and Building Maintenance Code Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheet
2001
16/6
Housing Authority
1999
16/3
Housing Authority Appointment
2000
15/16
Housing Data
1998
56/7
Housing Data
2001
97/9
Housing Data for Seattle
2004-2006
19/17
Housing Facts
1999-2000
49/10
Housing Finance Implementation Committee
1998
87/10
Housing Homelessness
2005
14/10
Housing Levy
2000
15/20
Housing Levy
1995-1998
56/17
Housing Levy Administrative and Financial Plan
2000
56/16
Housing Levy Committee of the Whole
2002
57/2
Housing Levy Proposals
2002
54/17
Housing Levy Renewal
2002
54/18
Housing Levy Renewal
2002
59/3
Housing Levy Renewal 2001. Briefing Material
2001
53/4
Housing Levy. Draft Options
2002
53/3
Housing Levy. Mayor's Recommended Proposal
2002
94/3
Housing Levy. Davis, Hibbits and McCraig Survey
2001-2002
14/15
Housing Preservation
1998
61/4
Housing Task Force. Universal Design
2001
15/15
Housing Zones
1998
15/18
Housing - Legislative: Assisted Living
1998
17/3
Housing - Legislative
1999
17/2
Housing - Public Hearing Sign Up
1998
40/11
Housing, Office of :Housing Levy Oversight Committee
2000
36/9
Housing: Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)
1998-1999
36/6
Housing: Affordability Initiative
1998
36/7
Housing: Affordability Initiative
1998
37/9
Housing: Affordable Housing Issues
1998-1999
36/8
Housing: Background and Various Reports
1998
36/5
Housing: Displacement Coalition
1999-2000
36/4
Housing: Funded Programs
1999
36/3
Housing: Housing Budgets
2001
37/7
Housing: Landlord / Tenant Issues
1998-1999
36/10
Housing: Legislative / Growth Management Association (GMA)
1998-1999
36/2
Housing: Repair and energy Awareness for City Homes (REACH) / Homeshare
1998-1999
37/1
Housing: Right of First Refusal / Legislation Draft
1998-1999
37/5
Housing: Seattle / King County Housing Development Consortium
1998-1999
37/8
Housing: Seattle Housing Authority (SHA)
1997-1999
37/4
Housing: Seattle Indian Services
1997-1999
36/1
Housing: Seattle Senior Housing Program (SSHP): Resolution Number 4483
1999
37/6
Housing: Section Eight Preservation Strategies
1998-1999
37/2
Housing: Tax Abatement
1997-1999
37/3
Housing: Tax Abatement
1997-1999
40/6
Housing: Affordable Housing Alliance
2000
85/9
Housing. Homelessness Talking Points
2004-2005
85/5
Housing. Hygiene Center
2005
52/6
Housing. Rent to Own
2001-2002
19/10
Human Rights Commission
1999
34/5
Human Services
1998
64/19
Human Services
2002
85/14
Human Services
2005-2006
41/11
Human Services : Constituent Mail
2001
42/3
Human Services : Consolidated Plan
2001
42/5
Human Services : Disabilities
2001
49/11
Human Services : Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program
1999
49/12
Human Services : Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program : Constituent Mail
1998-1999
41/12
Human Services : Economic Opportunity Strategy / Economic Justice
2001
41/13
Human Services : Funding
2000-2001
41/14
Human Services : Homeless Youth
1999-2000
42/1
Human Services : HomeSight Seattle Program
1999
42/6
Human Services : Homelessness / Hygiene Center SLI and Study of Daytime Services
2001
42/2
Human Services : Human Services Coalition
2001
42/7
Human Services : Lesbian Health Issues
2001
42/8
Human Services : Partnership with Adults of Community Enhancement (PACE)
2001
42/9
Human Services : Pioneer Human Services
1999
42/12
Human Services : Project Lift Off Budget Ordinance
2000
42/13
Human Services : Project Lift Off Work Plan
2000
42/14
Human Services : Project Lift Off Partnership
2001
42/15
Human Services : Project Lift Off
2001
43/1
Human Services : Public Restrooms / Toilets (sign code)
1993-2001
43/2
Human Services : Public Restrooms Study
2000-2001
42/10
Human Services : Reinvesting in Youth, Central House
2000-2001
43/3
Human Services : Safe Harbors / Homelessness
2000
43/4
Human Services : Safe Harbors Consultant Study
2000
43/5
Human Services : Safe Harbors (includes MOA with King County and United Way)
2001
43/6
Human Services : Safe Harbor and Technology Opportunities Program (TOPS) grant
2001
43/7
Human Services : Safe Harbors / Homelessness
2001
43/8
Human Services : Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
2001
43/9
Human Services : Washington Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities
2001
49/13
Human Services and Health Issues
1999-2000
42/4
Human Services Department
2001
34/3
Human Services Roundtable
1999
34/4
Human Services Roundtable
1999
42/11
Human Services Roundtable
1998-2001
17/4
Human Services - Education
1999
19/15
Human Services - Y.M.C.A.
1997-1998
64/17
Human Services. Aging and Disability Services
2001-2003
86/8
Human Services. Daytime Hygiene Center
2004
64/18
Human Services. Downtown Emergency Services Center
2000-2002
51/12
Human Services. Flash Card
-
51/11
Human Services. Hunger and Homelessness Status Report (Mayor's)
2001
64/20
Human Services. National Alliance to End Homelessness
2002
64/23
Human Services. Reinvesting In Youth.
2002
51/8
Human Services. Street Outreach Services
2001-2002
51/9
Human Services. Street Outreach Services Support Letters
2001-2002
64/25
Human Services. Strategic Investment Plan.
2003
51/10
Human Services. St. Marks. Dialogue to End Homelessness
2001
64/24
Human Services. United Way. Out of the Rain Program
2002-2003
20/9
Husky Stadium
1999
80/8
Hygiene Center
2002
52/7
Hygiene Centers/Day Center Services
2002
25/9
Incentive Zoning. Affordable Housing
2007
105/14
Industrial Lands Roundtable (Nov. 4)
2005
25/8
Industrial Lands Study
2007
30/10
Industrial Lands. Interbay
2005-2007
63/12
Information Technology. Democracy Portal
2002
62/6
Initiative 80. Save Seattle's Creeks
2002-2003
74/16
Initiatives
2002-2003
43/10
Initiatives : I 53 / I 41 Monorail
2000
43/11
Initiatives : I 63 Water Conservation
2001
43/12
Initiatives : I 63 Water Conservation
2001
44/1
Initiatives : I 71 Homelessness
2001
43/13
Initiatives : I 747 Property Taxes
2001
44/2
Initiatives: I 71 Homelessness / Settlement
2001
93/19
Initiative-71 and Transitional Housing
2001-2003
74/17
Initiative-75. Marijuana Law Enforcement Polciy
2003
73/21
Initiative-77. Espresso Tax Initative
2002
73/22
Initiative-77. Espresso Tax Initative
2002
73/23
Initiative-77. Espresso Tax Initative. Economic Opportunity Institute.
2002
76/7
Initiative-80. Save Seattle Creeks
2002-2003
52/16
Inn at Seattle Center Plans and Reports
1999-2001
57/15
Innovative Housing Demonstration Program
2001
101/2
Interbay Incentive Zoning
2007
7/9
Interbay/Dravus Corridor Zoning Correspondence
2006-2007
25/12
Interbay. Terminal 91. Proposed Zoning Overlay
2007
103/8
Intermodal Transfer Facility. Georgetown
2006
51/6
International Dark Sky Association
2002
68/2
Interstate-5 Open Space Study
2002
20/12
I-695
2000
20/11
I-695 Options Budget
2000
70/12
Jefferson Park
2002
59/9
Jimi Hendrix House
2002
52/8
Joint Athletic Field Development Program (JAFDP) Public Hearing, August 7
2002
57/17
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Field Lighting Correspondence.
2002
57/18
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Report (June 14)
2002
57/19
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Superintendent's Memoranda
2002
57/20
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Constituent Emails and Letters
2001-2002
57/21
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Evening Hour Analysis
2002
57/22
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Athletic Field Scheduling Review. Auditor Report
2002
58/1
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. General Materials
2002
58/2
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Myths Regarding Sand Point/Magnuson Complex
2001-2002
58/3
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Correspondence
2002
58/4
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Field Lighting Support Letters
2002
58/5
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Sand Point
2002
58/6
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Friends of Queen Anne Bowl and Rodgers Park
2002
58/7
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Overview
2002
58/8
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Resolution
2002
58/9
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Public Hearings (July 10 and August 7)
2002
58/10
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Central Staff Memoranda
2002
58/11
Joint Athletic Fields Development Program. Draft Resolution Development
2001-2002
59/1
Joint Athletic Fields Development Project. Athletic Fields
2002-2003
77/11
Joint City Council / School Board Meeting 4/29
2003
77/12
Joint City Council / School Board Meetings
2001-2002
56/10
Joint City Council/Seattle School Board Forum
2001
56/11
Joint City Council/Seattle School Board Meeting (May 22)
2001
56/13
Joint City Council/Seattle School Board Meeting (December 31)
2001
68/4
Kalakala
2002
52/15
Key Arena
1998-2000
52/17
Key Arena. Seattle Sonics
1998-1999
5/5
Key Tower: Background
1998
5/6
Key Tower: Constituents
1998
5/7
Key Tower: Council
1998
5/8
Key Tower: Council
1998
79/11
Kiawanis Ravine. Memorial Park
2002
25/3
Kids and Kookies Donations
2003-2004
108/12
Kids and Kookies Donation
2005
77/9
Kindergarden Space
2003
14/3
King County Board of Health
1999
28/6
King County Logo Change
1999
63/19
King County Superior Court
2002
2/12
Kiosks : Background
1998
2/13
Kiosks : Council
1998
33/6
Labor Programs
1999
103/11
Labor Relations
2004-2006
57/13
Labor-Management Partnership
2002
71/11
Lake City
1998-2002
17/18
Lake City Neighborhood Meeting 10/99
1999
76/8
Lake City Way
2003
22/21
Lake Union Crew Boat House
1998
69/26
Lake Union District Council
2003
44/3
Land Use : South Lake Union
2000-2001
44/4
Land Use : South Lake Union / Public Private Partnership Panel
2001
44/5
Land Use : South Lake Union Properties
2001
44/6
Land Use : Street Vacations including skybridges, Stewart Place
2000-2001
44/7
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) and Bonus Program - Related Legislation
2001
44/9
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Bonus Program - Proposed Legislation (includes map of downtown classifications)
2001
44/10
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Bonus Program Notes
2000-2001
44/11
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Bonus Program DCLU Code Amendments
2001
44/12
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) and Bonus Programs Review
2000-2001
45/1
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) and Bonus Program - Constituent Issues
2001
45/2
Land Use : Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) and Bonus Program Background
2001
18/18
Land Use and Transportation Plan
2000
91/9
Land Use Code Amendmane. Clean up Your Act
2007
107/13
Land Use Code Amendments. First Hill
2004
104/4
Land Use Code Compliance Complaints re Bertschi School
2005
104/5
Land Use Code Compliance Complaints re Bertschi School
2005-2006
104/15
Land Use Open Space Legislation
2003-2004
44/8
Land Use: Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) / Bonus Program : April 4 Hearing
2001
73/7
Land Use. Landlord Tenant Relations. Branch Villa
2002
73/8
Land Use. Landlord/Tenant. Code Simplification Non-Conformity
2000-2001
87/3
Land Use. Maximum Size for Grocery Stores
2005
45/3
Landlord Tenant and Land Use Committee : Pike / Pine
2000
45/4
Landlord Tenant and Land Use Committee : Major Institution Plans
2000-2001
12/10
Landslide Zoning
1998
5/9
Lane Street Vacancy: Uwajimaya Plaza: Background
1998
5/10
Lane Street Vacancy: Uwajimaya Plaza: Constituents
1998
5/11
Lane Street Vacancy: Uwajimaya Plaza: Council
1998-1999
71/12
Laurelhurst
2001
12/7
Law Department
1998
47/10
Legislative : City Council Work Program
2000
97/4
Legislative Department Retreat
2003
97/5
Legislative Department Retreat
2004
97/6
Legislative Department Retreat
2006
63/21
Legislative. City Clerks Office
2002-2003
20/17
Libraries
1998-1999
67/4
Libraries for All
2002-2003
67/1
Libraries. Branch Library Projects
2002
67/2
Libraries. Proposed Branch Library at SandPoint
2002
67/3
Libraries. Seattle Public Library Budget Issues 2003
2002
59/14
Library Oversight Committee Meetings
2001
67/5
Library Oversight Committee
2002
67/6
Library Oversight Committee
2002
20/13
Library - Constituents
1998
20/14
Library - Council
1998
20/15
Library - Design
1999
20/16
Library - I-45
1998
21/1
Library - Libraries For All Bond
1998
12/13
Light Rail Transit-Scoping
1997-1998
12/15
Light Rail-Comments
1998-1999
13/1
Light Rail-Preferred Plan
1998-1999
12/12
Light Rail-Tunnel
1998-1999
19/19
Limousine Regulations
1996
74/10
Litigation Committee
2003
93/16
Livable South Downtown
2006
61/10
Long Painting Company. South Park Complaints
2001
93/11
Low Income Housing Institute
2007
29/11
Low Income Housing: The Morrison Hotel
2000
15/17
Low Income Tax Credits
1999
91/4
Loyal Heights
2005
22/16
Magnolia
1999
71/13
Magnolia Community Club
2001
70/1
Magnolia/Queen Anne District Council
2003
80/1
Magnuson Park
2002-2003
104/16
Magnuson Park
2005
84/20
Magnuson Park Correspondence.
2004-2005
88/10
Magnuson Park Field Lights
2005
27/2
Magnuson Park: Constituent Letter (Includes Photographs)
1999
27/1
Magnuson Park: Council Member Notes
1999
100/10
Magnuson Park. Hangar 27
2007
103/12
Major Institutions
2005-2006
72/5
Manufacturing and Industrial Council
2002
87/9
Manufacturing Industrial Council
2004
13/21
Maple Leaf
1998
92/5
Maple Leaf. Waldo Hospital Property. Campfire USA
2007
92/6
Maple Leaf. Waldo Hospital Property. Campfire USA
2007
96/1
Maritime Heritage
2004-2005
103/13
Maritime Heritage
2005
104/1
Maritime Heritage
2004
76/9
Martin Luther King, Jr. Way. Underground Utilities.
2022
86/10
Master Home Environmentalist Program
2004
53/22
Mayor Paul Schell Issues
1998-2001
84/9
Mayor's Memoranda to City Council.
2001-2004
76/10
McCaw Hall
2004
53/1
McCaw Hall Leed Report. Statement of Intent
2001
92/1
Meadowbrook
2006-2007
89/10
Media. Interviews and Contacts.
2002-2005
53/21
Media-Budget Issue. Reduction of Mayor's Office Budget
2001
73/10
Medical Marijuana
2003
104/3
Medical Marijuana
2006
2/5
Medical Waste Incinerator Issues
1998-1999
2/6
Medical Waste Incineration - Background
1994-1998
2/8
Medical Waste Incinerator - Council
1999
2/9
Medical Waste Incineration - Community Forum
1999
94/8
Mercer Corridor
2004
15/10
Metropolitan Improvement District
2000
59/15
Metropolitan Park District Proposal
2000-2001
11/11
Millennium Project
1998
52/9
Minority Contracting
2002
22/8
Misc. Expenses
1998
15/5
Monorail
2000
80/13
Monorail
2005
80/14
Monorail
2004
81/21
Monorail
2003
75/6
Monorail Public Comment (Index and Tab 1)
2004
75/7
Monorail Public Comment (Tabs 2-4)
2004
75/8
Monorail Public Comment (Tabs 5-8)
2004
76/1
Monorail Public Comment and Petitions
2004
33/15
Monorail Public Hearings: Sign - Ups, Results, Etc.
2000
75/1
Monorail Transit Way Agreement Briefing Book
2004
26/4
Monorail: Constituent Mail
2000
26/5
Monorail: Constituent Mail
2000
26/1
Monorail: Council Member Correspondence (Includes Newspaper Clippings)
1997-1998
26/2
Monorail: Initiative 41
2000
26/3
Monorail: Initiative 41
2000
83/3
Monorail. Alignment, Guideway, Stations and Operation Center. Public Hearing Sign-up Sheets (Apr 26)
2004
81/6
Monorail. Ballot Measure Campaign.
2001-2002
81/3
Monorail. City Council Briefing (Nov 5)
2001
81/15
Monorail. Committee of the Whole (Jan 13)
2003
81/7
Monorail. Correspondence.
2002
82/3
Monorail. Correspondence.
2003
81/16
Monorail. Critiques.
2003
83/1
Monorail. Design Guidelines.
2004
83/2
Monorail. Design Guidelines--Belltown. Public Hearing Sign-up Sheets (Jul 14)
2004
81/2
Monorail. Draft Legislation
2000-2002
82/1
Monorail. EIS Scoping.
2003
81/1
Monorail. Elevated Transportation Company Statement to City Council (Jul 27)
2000
81/4
Monorail. Final Work Plan and Review.
2001
81/12
Monorail. Green Line Development Agreement. Discussion Draft (Feb 20)
2003
81/22
Monorail. Interbay Station.
2003
81/17
Monorail. Issues Facing City Council and City Staff.
2003
81/8
Monorail. Legislation.
2002
81/19
Monorail. Preferred Alternative Route.
2003
81/5
Monorail. Preliminary Green Line Study.
2001-2002
81/11
Monorail. Proposed Code Amendments.
2003
82/8
Monorail. Public Hearing Testimony (Apr 26)
2004
81/18
Monorail. Public Input Survey.
2003
81/9
Monorail. Rise Above It All. Petition.
2002
81/20
Monorail. Routes and Stations.
2003
82/9
Monorail. Save Downtown Bike Lanes.
2004
82/2
Monorail. Seattle Center Route.
2003
81/13
Monorail. Seattle Popular Monorail Authority Board Candidates.
2003
81/14
Monorail. Seattle Popular Monorail Authority Board Selection.
2003
83/4
Monorail. Second Avenue Alignment and Visualizations.
2004
81/10
Monorail. The Monorail and the City Forum (Jul 18)
2002
82/4
Monorail. Transit Way Agreement.
2004
82/5
Monorail. Transit Way Agreement. Public Hearing (Jun 14)
2004
82/6
Monorail. Transit Way Agreement.
2004
82/7
Monorail. Transit Way Agreement.
2004
5/12
Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI): Background
1998
5/13
Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI): Background
1998
5/14
Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI): Constituents
1999
6/1
Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI): Council
1998-1999
25/18
Multi-Family Development Wedgwood
2007
93/12
Multi-Family Zoning Code
2007
20/2
Municipal Center Client Group
-
71/9
Museum of History and Industry
2000
103/5
National Alliance to End Homelessness Conferences
2004-2005
103/6
National Alliance to End Homelessness Award Ceremony
2006
88/6
Neighborhood Business District Strategy
2005-2006
89/2
Neighborhood Business District Strategy Correspondence
2005
89/3
Neighborhood Business District Strategy
2004-2005
107/3
Neighborhood Business District Strategy
2005
108/9
Neighborhood Business District Strategy Public Hearing Sign Up Sheets (Jun 2)
2005
29/9
Neighborhood Food Bank Programs
1997
86/9
Neighborhood Legal Clinics
2004
9/8
Neighborhood Matching Funds
1998
77/4
Neighborhood Matching Fund. Race Relations and Social Justice
2004
35/10
Neighborhood Planning Implementation Sector Reports
1999
49/15
Neighborhood Planning : Planning Commission Comments to the Seattle City Council on Roosevelt and Fremont Plans
1999
49/16
Neighborhood Planning : Greater Duwamish
1999-2000
49/17
Neighborhood Planning : Greenwood / Phinney Ridge
1999
49/18
Neighborhood Planning : Denny Regrade Business Improvement Area
2000
49/19
Neighborhood Planning : North End
1999
50/1
Neighborhood Planning : Ravenna Woods
1999
50/2
Neighborhood Planning : Wallingford
1998
45/13
Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies
1998-1999
9/7
Neighborhoods, Growth Planning, and Civic Engagement
1999
33/4
Neighborhoods: Belltown / Admiral
2001
30/12
Neighborhoods. Streets and Zoning
2005-2007
53/14
News Articles Mentioning Steinbrueck
2001-2002
107/2
Nightclubs/Adult Cabarets
2003-2005
108/15
Nightlife Advisory Board. Ordinance
2006-2007
102/5
Nightlife Regulation
2005-2007
6/2
Nikkei Concerns Condominium Project
1998
52/11
Nisqually Earthquake. Historic Building Damage
2001
18/15
Noise Ordinance
1999-2000
68/5
Noise Ordinance
2002
94/9
Noise Ordinance
1999
103/9
Noise Ordinance
2003-2006
15/11
Nordic Heritage Museum
2000
103/7
North Bay Comprehensive Plan. Terminal 91
2004-2005
22/15
North District
1998
106/1
North Highline Annexation
2006
70/2
Northeast Area District Council
2003
94/12
Northgate Development
2005-2006
62/8
Northgate Mall Area Development
2001-2003
62/9
Northgate Mall Area Development
2002-2003
62/10
Northgate Mall Area Development
2003
19/20
Northgate Mall Expansion
1999
83/11
Northgate. Committee of the Whole
2002
83/16
Northgate. Committee of the Whole. Public Hearing Sign-up Sheet (Jul 14)
2004
83/14
Northgate. Community Center.
2004
83/15
Northgate. Comprehensive Planning.
2004
83/10
Northgate. Coordinated Transportation Investment Plan.
2003
83/9
Northgate. Correspondence.
2002-2003
83/13
Northgate. General Development Plan.
2001-2003
83/8
Northgate. Public Involvement.
2002-2003
83/12
Northgate. Thornton Creek.
2000-2003
70/3
Northwest Area District Council
2003
2/4
Northwest Hospital Incinerator
1999
70/7
Northwest Neighborhood Gathering
2002
74/9
Nucor Steel Electricity Rates
2004
85/10
Occidental Park
2004-2005
85/11
Occidental Park
2004-2005
47/11
Odessa BrownBilding / First Place
2001
47/12
Off Leash Areas
2001
33/9
Off Leash Areas: Proposals / Media
1998
27/3
Off Leash Parks: Various Off Leash Issues
1998-2000
10/7
Office of Economic Development
1998-1999
19/12
Office of Economic Division
1999
84/5
Office of Economic Development Work Program.
2004
12/4
Office of Housing
1998-1999
19/18
Office of Housing
1999
63/25
Office of Housing
2000-2002
80/9
Office of Housing
2003
57/12
Office of Housing Work Program for Council (Draft)
2001
10/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
1997-1998
50/3
Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
1999-2000
57/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations. State Legislative Agenda
2002
63/26
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
2001-2003
74/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations. State Legislative Agenda
2003
89/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations. Legislative Agenda
2005
84/3
Office of Professional Accountability
2003-2004
88/14
Office of Professional Accountability
2005-2006
106/3
Office of the City Auditor
2003-2006
21/2
Off-Leash Areas. Council Correspondence
-
21/4
Off-Leash Areas. Council Correspondence
-
21/3
Off-Leash - Constituents
1998-1999
68/7
Off-Site Parking
2001
21/5
Olympic Pipeline
1999
6/3
Olympics 2012: Background
1998
6/4
Olympics 2012: Constituents
1998
6/5
Olympics 2012: Constituents
1998
6/6
Olympics 2012: Constituents
1998
6/7
Olympics 2012: Council
1998
50/4
One Percent for Art
1997-1998
25/16
Open Space
2005
84/14
Open Space Seattle 2100 (Sep. 13)
2005
94/14
Open Space Seattle 2100
2005-2006
47/17
Operation Impound / Impound Ordinance
1999-2001
59/5
Pac Med Clinics
-
72/6
Pacific Council on International Policy
2003
12/9
Pacific Place Garage
1999-2000
1/5
Pacific Place Postcards (sampled)
1998
27/4
PacMed Development Plans
1998-1999
27/5
PacMed Lease Agreements
1998
27/6
PacMed Lease Agreements
1998
51/22
Page Ahead. Family Involvement Project.
2000-2001
85/15
Paid Parking in Parks
2004
94/17
Parking Forum (April 11)
2006
10/13
Parking Garage
1998
11/8
Parking Garage
1994-1996
11/9
Parking Garage
1996
11/1
Parking Garage: Audit
1998
10/14
Parking Garage: Background
1995-1998
10/15
Parking Garage: Background
1995-1998
10/16
Parking Garage: Background
1995-1998
10/11
Parking Garage: Constituents
1997-1998
11/2
Parking Garage: Council
1998-1999
11/3
Parking Garage: Council
1997-1998
11/4
Parking Garage: Council
1997-1998
10/12
Parking Garage: Frederick and Nelson Deal
1997-1998
11/5
Parking Garage: HUD Lawsuit
1995-1998
11/6
Parking Garage: HUD Lawsuit
1995-1998
11/7
Parking Garage: Whistleblower
1998
105/13
Parking Issues
2005
68/8
Parking Legislation
2001
68/6
Parking Policy Garages
2001-2002
94/15
Parking Requirements and Land Use
2004-2006
85/12
Parking Revenue. Pike Market Preservation and Development Authority
2001
68/9
Parking Tax
2001
79/12
Parking Tax
2000-2002
68/10
Parking Tax Proposal
2000-2001
68/11
Parking Tax Steering Committee
2001-2002
94/16
Parking. Impound Law
2004
45/14
Parks : Arboretum
2000
50/6
Parks : Discovery Park - Constituent Mail includes People's Lodge
1999-2000
50/5
Parks : Magnuson Park Uses - Constituent Mail
1999
45/16
Parks : Pro Parks Committee of the Whole
2000
47/13
Parks : Willow Street End Proposed Park
2001
91/6
Parks and Neighborhoods Committee
2005
89/15
Parks and Park Board Issues and Resignations
2004-2007
64/1
Parks and Recreation, Department of
2002-2003
56/3
Parks Department Major Projects and Programs Briefing Materials
2001
21/7
Parks Exclusion
1999
21/8
Parks Exclusion Law - Constituents
1999
21/6
Parks Exclusion Ordinance
1998
45/15
Parks Levy : Constituent Mail "Pro"
2000
91/5
Parks Miscellaneous
2003-2004
64/26
Parks. Alki Bathhouse Renovation
2002
65/7
Parks. Camp Long
2001-2002
65/9
Parks. Coleman Park
2002
65/10
Parks. Duwamish Longhouse Project
2002
65/11
Parks. Egan House Project
2002
65/12
Parks. Friends of Wallingford Playfield
2002
65/13
Parks. Gasworks Park
2003
65/14
Parks. Greenwood Park Restrooms
2001-2002
65/15
Parks. Kiwanis Ravine
2001-2002
65/16
Parks. Magnuson Park Capital Improvement Plan
2000-2001
65/17
Parks. Magnuson Park Off-Leash Area
2001-2002
65/18
Parks. Magnuson Park/Sandpoint Rugby Field
2002
65/19
Parks. Mount Baker Rowing Center
2002
65/20
Parks. Municipal Golf of Seattle (MGS)
2000-2002
65/23
Parks. ProParks Levy Status
2003
66/1
Parks. Sand Point
2002
66/3
Parks. Sand Point Arts and Culture Exchange
2001-2002
66/2
Parks. Sand Point Community Housing Association
2002
66/4
Parks. Sand Point Magnuson Park Sportsfield Complex
2002-2003
65/1
Parks. Seattle Aquarium Design
2000-2002
65/2
Parks. Seattle Aquarium
2000-2002
65/3
Parks. Seattle Aquarium Memorandum of Understanding
2000-2002
65/4
Parks. Seattle Aquarium Oversight Committee
2000
65/5
Parks. Seattle Aquarium Society Community Outreach
2000-2002
65/6
Parks. Seattle Aquarium Work Program
2000
65/8
Parks. Seattle Chinese Garden Society Briefing Paper
2002
66/5
Parks. Southeast Seattle Community Partnership
2002
66/6
Parks. Westcrest Park
2002-2003
83/7
Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety.
2002-2005
25/5
Pedestrian Safety
2007
77/2
Pedestrian Safety
2002
83/6
Pedestrian Safety
2001-2005
93/14
Pedestrian Safety
2007
100/4
Pedestrian Safety
2006-2007
13/4
Pedestrian Signal at Eastlake
1998
95/13
People’s Waterfront Coalition
2004
106/11
People’s Waterfront Coalition
2005-2006
53/23
Percent for Arts Program
2000
18/11
Pesticides
1998
35/12
Pigeon Point
2001
94/19
Pike Place Market
2000-2005
95/2
Pike Place Market
2002-2007
22/13
Pike Place Market H.I.L.D.T. Council
1998
22/9
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority
1999
22/10
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority
1998-1999
22/11
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority
1999
22/12
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority
1998
108/16
Pike Place Market 100th Anniversary
2007
73/9
Pike Place Market 95th Anniversary
2002
31/1
Pike Place Market: Preservation and Development Authority (Background Information)
1998
31/2
Pike Place Market: Hildt Agreement (Background)
1998
31/3
Pike Place Market: Preservation and Development Authority (PDA) / Hildt Agreement
1998-1999
31/4
Pike Place Market: Preservation and Development Authority (PDA) / Hildt Agreement
1998-1999
31/5
Pike Place Market: Preservation and Development Authority (PDA)
1998
84/1
Pike Place Market. PC-1 North Site and Parking Revenue Issues.
2001
86/3
Pike Place Market. PC-1 North Site and Parking Revenue Issues.
2001-2002
86/4
Pike Place Market. PC-1 North Site and Parking Revenue Issues.
1997-1998
86/5
Pike Place Market. PC-1 North Site and Parking Revenue Issues.
1998
89/12
Pike Place Market. PC-1 North Site and Parking Revenue Issues.
1999-2005
91/13
Pike Place Market. Great Neighborhood Selection
2007
95/1
Pike Place Market. LaSalle-Creamery Site Development
2003-2004
14/16
Pike Place Preservation and Development Authority
1998
18/12
Pike Place Preservation and Development Authority
1999
71/14
Pinehurst
2001
80/7
Pioneer Human Services. St. Regis Hotel
2003
71/15
Pioneer Square
2002
89/5
Planning Commission Correspondence
2006
108/5
Playfield Lighting. Loyal Heights
2006
15/14
Plymouth Housing Group
1998
47/14
Police : Mardi Gras
2001
32/7
Police Accountability
1999
84/4
Police Accountability. Minority Executive Directors Coalition.
2002-2003
101/11
Police and Public Safety Issues
2007
64/2
Police Department
2000-2002
74/11
Police Department
2003
64/3
Police Department. Chief Kerlikowski
2001-2002
64/4
Police Department. Citizens Review Panel Final Report (Accountability)
1999
64/5
Police Department. Community Policing Action Council
2002
64/6
Police Department. Firearms Review Board
2002-2003
64/7
Police Department. Investigations Ordinance Audit Report
2002
90/8
Police Intelligence Ordinance (Spying Ordinance)
2004
102/1
Police Staffing Issues, 2006
2006-2007
84/7
Police. East Precinct.
2003-2004
57/10
Police. Mardi Gras 2001 Afer Action Report
2001
57/9
Police. N-30 (WTO) After Action Report
2002
73/4
Police. Office of Professional Accountability Issues
2001
73/5
Police. Office of Professional Accountability. Early Warning System Solution
2000-2002
73/6
Police. Office of Professional Accountability Review Board
2001-2002
102/4
Police. Office of Professional Accountability
2005-2007
71/24
Police. Report on Less Lethal Weapons
2000-2002
95/4
Police. Strategic Priorities
2004-2006
7/10
Port of Seattle North Bay Development
2007
2/11
Poster Ban Ordinance
1998-1999
65/22
Pottery Northwest
2001-2002
104/14
Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest First Hill Project
2005
77/1
Prescription Drug Reform
2003
34/2
Private Industry Council: Meeting Information / Blanket Vouchers
1999-2000
35/5
Project Lift - Off
1999
35/4
Project Lift - Off: Blueprint for Change
1999
17/9
Project Lift-Off
1999
66/7
Project Lift-Off
2001-2003
66/8
Project Lift-Off
2001-2003
77/3
Project Lift-Off
2002-2003
66/9
Project Lift-Off. Childcare
1999-2001
66/10
Project Lift-Off. Children's Initiative
2003
66/11
Project Lift-Off. Consultant Agreement
2001-2002
66/12
Project Lift-Off. Employer Champions
2001-2002
66/13
Project Lift-Off. Getting School Ready
2002
66/14
Project Lift-Off. Partnership Group and Meetings
2001-2002
21/16
Public Stadium - North Lot
1998
33/14
Public Development Authorities: Wallingford Community Senior Center
1999
89/13
Public Information Tools. City Council
2000-2002
21/11
Public Private Partnerships
1999
21/10
Public Private Task Force
1999
21/12
Public Restrooms
1999
85/7
Public Safety
2003-2004
95/6
Public Safety Building. Civic Center
2004-2005
25/13
Public Safety Issues
2006-2007
95/5
Public Safety Issues
2005
61/9
Public Safety. Inquest Procedures
2001
21/13
Public Stadium
1999
47/16
Public - Private Partnership
2000-2001
74/13
Publix Hotel Closure
2003
99/8
Puget Sound Ecological Restoration
2002-2004
56/2
Puget Sound Federal Relations Mission
2001
34/6
Purchase and Sale Agreement: South Lake Union
2001
71/17
Queen Anne
2000-2002
71/18
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-1999
71/19
Queen Anne Thriftway
2002
88/12
Queen Anne Water Towers
2006
97/3
Queen Anne Water Towers. City Council Findings, Conclusions, and Decision
2006
108/7
Queen Anne/Magnolia Neighborhood Issues
2004
93/15
Queen Anne. Metropolitan Market and QFC
2005-2006
22/17
Queen Anne-Skybridge
1999
22/18
Queen Anne-Uptown
1999
68/12
Racial Profiling
2001-2002
68/13
Racial Profiling Resolution
2001
68/14
Racial Profiling Task Force
2001
29/2
Radford Court / University of Washington Student Housing
2000
71/20
Rainier Beach
2000
1/6
Ravenna Creek Daylighting Postcards (sampled)
1998
85/2
Ravenna Creek Daylighting
2002-2003
16/10
Ravenna School Apartments Repairs
1999
68/15
Rebuilding the Ave. University Avenue Repaving
2002
9/11
Referendum 49
1998
68/16
Referendum 51. Ten Year Transportation Funding Plan
2002
22/14
Regional Policy
1999
12/14
Regional Transit Authority
1997-1999
68/17
Regional Transportation Issues
2002
14/11
Rental Housing Levy
2000
73/14
Reservoir Lidding
2001-2002
79/9
Rick's Nightclub (Topless Cabaret) Rezone
2003
79/10
Rick's Nightclub Rezone (File: Not for View by Council President Steinbrueck. Neil Power.
2003
22/19
Roosevelt
1998
71/21
Roosevelt District Master Plan Strategy
2002
16/11
Roxbury Village
1999
13/5
Rugby Fields-Sandpoint
1998
16/1
R.E.A.C.H. Housing Rehabilitation
1999
35/2
Safe Harbors
1999
108/11
Safeco. University District Station Area Overlay
2005
89/6
Safeway Stores Gas Pumps
2005
104/7
Safeway Stores. Pinehurst Neighborhood
2006
84/18
Salmon Recovery
2004
85/16
Sand Point Community Housing Association
2004
75/5
Sand Point Magnuson Park - Wetlands and Playing Fields. Briefing Materials.
2004
13/6
Sandpoint P-Patch
1998
68/19
Sane Transit. Ride Free Express
2000-2001
68/20
Satterlee Cottages
2002
51/4
Save Our Children's Heritage
2001-2002
77/5
Save Our Schools
2002-2003
77/10
Save Our Schools Committee South Lake Alternative High School
2002
87/11
Scannell Agreement and Legislative History. Temporary Employee Benefits
1989-2005
17/6
Schell's Housing Plan
1998
74/5
School Children's Letters. Bryant School
2004
14/12
School District Facility
2000
21/18
School District Rezone
1999
55/7
School Outdoor Lighting Amendments
2001
18/13
School Programs Involving Community Elders (S.P.I.C.E.)
1999
90/6
School’s Out Washington. Panel of 50
2004-2006
51/13
Schools. Initiative-738. Student Achievement Fund
2000
91/12
Schooner Wawona Preservation
2007
29/5
Seafair: Trident Nuclear Submarine
2000
20/10
Seahawks
1997-1999
28/7
Seatran: Proposed 2000 Budget
1999
64/8
Seattle and King County Public Health Department
2002-2003
56/8
Seattle Aquarium Capital Campaign/Fundraising Plan
2000
56/1
Seattle Aquarium Memorandum of Understanding Briefing Materials
2000
57/4
Seattle Aquarium Memorandum of Understanding
2000
57/5
Seattle Aquarium Memorandum of Understanding Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets (March 30)
2000
72/7
Seattle Art Museum
2002
90/16
Seattle Art Museum
2002
91/7
Seattle Art Museum Meetings
2004-2005
72/8
Seattle Art Museum. Board Retreat
2002
91/8
Seattle Art Museum. Olympic Sculpture Park
2002-2005
50/7
Seattle Arts Commission
1999-2000
59/12
Seattle Arts Commission
2002
96/11
Seattle Business Climate
2002-2007
11/10
Seattle Center
1998-1999
90/7
Seattle Center
1998-2006
48/11
Seattle Center : Theater District Advisory Group
2000
51/16
Seattle Center Campus Rules
2002
51/18
Seattle Center Children's Museum
2001
48/10
Seattle Center Development : Skateboard Park Performance Hall
1999-2000
51/19
Seattle Center Festivals
1999-2001
52/14
Seattle Center Issues
1998-2000
52/10
Seattle Center Re-development Phase II
1999-2002
51/17
Seattle Center School
2000-2001
84/16
Seattle Center. Gates Foundation Property.
2005
51/15
Seattle Center. Inn at the Center
1999-2001
77/6
Seattle Center. McCaw Hall.
2002
77/8
Seattle Children and Youth Strategy
2002
15/7
Seattle City Light Capital Improvement Program Monitoring Reports
2000
105/5
Seattle City Light Financial Issues
2005-2007
108/13
Seattle Climate Protection Initiative
2006-2007
32/2
Seattle Commission for Sexual Minorities
1998-2000
90/12
Seattle Department of Transportation. Strategic Plan
2006
101/8
Seattle Department of Transportation
2007
107/10
Seattle Design Commission
2005
14/8
Seattle Displacement Coalition / Seattle Weekly
-
94/6
Seattle Displacement Coalition
2002-2004
10/1
Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
1998
10/2
Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
1998
89/7
Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
2006
103/10
Seattle Green Factor
2006
70/8
Seattle Historical Resources Survey Plan
2001
16/4
Seattle Housing Authority
1999
16/5
Seattle Housing Authority Board Appointment Al Winston
1999
16/9
Seattle Housing Authority: Rainier Vista
1999
41/7
Seattle Housing Authority : Affordable Housing Alliance
1999-2000
41/8
Seattle Housing Authority / HUD HOPE VI and High Point
2000
41/9
Seattle Housing Authority PHASE II Holly Park
2001
67/8
Seattle Housing Authority. Complaints
2002-2003
67/9
Seattle Housing Authority: High Point EIS Scoping
2001
67/10
Seattle Housing Authority: Holly Park
2002
67/11
Seattle Housing Authority: Rainier Vista
2001-2002
67/12
Seattle Housing Authority: Seattle Senior Housing Program
2001-2003
67/13
Seattle Housing Authority: Yesler Terrace
2002
93/20
Seattle Housing Authority and City Agreements
2004
32/4
Seattle Human Rights' Commission
1999
32/5
Seattle Human Rights' Commission: Staffing Hours
1999-2000
64/10
Seattle Human Rights Commission
2001-2002
15/12
Seattle Indian Center
2000
51/3
Seattle Indian Center Response to Bluewater/Marshall Statements
2000
50/8
Seattle Indian Services Commission
1999-2000
59/2
Seattle Indian Services Commission
1998-2000
70/9
Seattle Neighborhood Coalition
2002
19/13
Seattle Office for Civil Rights
1999
92/10
Seattle Peak Oil Awareness
2007
32/3
Seattle Planning Commission
1999-2000
95/7
Seattle Planning Commission Ethics Issue
2005-2006
97/10
Seattle Planning Commission. Downtown Zoning
2005
12/1
Seattle Police Department
1998
47/15
Seattle Police Department : General
2000-2001
102/3
Seattle Police Department
2006-2007
33/7
Seattle Public Library: Site Locations
1998
33/8
Seattle Public Library: Site Locations
1998
50/9
Seattle Public Library : "Libraries for All" Project Management Status
1999-2000
86/2
Seattle Public Library. Bookmobile Services
2004
91/18
Seattle Public Library
2007
108/6
Seattle Public Library
2005
47/18
Seattle Public Utilities : Thornton Creek
1999-2001
47/20
Seattle Public Utilities : Water Supply and Consumption
2000
64/11
Seattle Public Utilities
2002
98/12
Seattle Public Utilities
2004-2007
57/8
Seattle Public Utilties. Water Rates
2002
105/10
Seattle Times Interview
2003-2005
64/13
Seattle Tranportation Pedestrian Forum
2002
64/12
Seattle Transportation Department
2002
64/14
Seattle Transportation. Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board
2001-2002
19/11
Seattle Women's Commission
1999
32/11
Seattle Women's Commission
1999
48/1
Seattle Women's Commission
1999-2001
51/20
Seattle Women's Commission Appointees
2001
51/21
Seattle Women's Commission
2001-2002
64/15
Seattle Women's Commission. Seattle Women's Summit
2002-2003
90/5
Seattle Women's Commission
2004
35/6
Seattle's Landmark Preservation Issues
1999
51/5
Seattle-King County Coalition for the Homeless
2001-2002
73/16
Seattle-King County Public Health
2003
32/8
Senior Services Programs
1999
74/12
Sex Offender Housing Public Meetings
2003
85/4
SHARE Wheel
2004
104/13
SHARE/WHEEL Budget
2006
94/2
Share/Wheel. Tent Cities
2002-2004
84/19
Sheraton Hotel Labor Dispute
2005
72/12
Sister City. Bergen, Norway
1998-1999
72/13
Sister City. Cebu, Philippines
1998-1999
91/16
Skate Park. Seattle Center
2007
47/21
Snake River Dams
2001
86/11
SOAR Opportunity Fund
2004
85/17
Soccer Fees
2004
61/11
Somali Community Grocery Stores
2002
90/17
Sonics and Key Arena
2004-2006
90/18
Sonics and Key Arena
2004-2006
13/2
Sound Transit
1997-1998
68/21
Sound Transit
2000-2001
98/9
Sound Transit
2004-2005
69/1
Sound Transit. Beacon Hill, Capitol Hill
2001-2003
69/3
Sound Transit. Citizen Oversight Panel
2000
69/2
Sound Transit. Community Development Fund Operating Plan
2002
69/5
Sound Transit. Correspondence
2003
69/4
Sound Transit. Downtown Tunnel
2001
69/6
Sound Transit. Lawsuit
2002
69/7
Sound Transit. Station Area Overlay
2000-2001
69/8
Sound Transit. Station Area Re-zone
2001
69/10
Sound Transit. Station Area Planning
2000
69/9
Sound Transit. Transportation Poll
2001
98/3
South Day Street Vacation
2006
71/23
South Downtown (SODO)
2002
98/1
South Downtown (SODO)
2004-2005
22/20
South Lake Union
1998-1999
97/14
South Lake Union Design Guidelines
2004-2005
25/7
South Lake Union Development
2007
59/10
South Lake Union Development. Lillian Apartments
2002
72/14
South Lake Union Development Brown Bag (Apr. 2)
2003
97/16
South Lake Union Development
2003-2005
93/17
South Lake Union Friends and Neighborhood Community Council
2006
97/13
South Lake Union Housing
2003-2005
97/15
South Lake Union Park
2002-2006
88/1
South Lake Union Streetcar
2005
88/13
South Lake Union Streetcar Funding
2005
107/9
South Lake Union Streetcar.
2004-2005
97/12
South Lake Union Transportation Demand Management Program
2005
97/17
South Lake Union Working Group
2004-2005
85/6
South Wallingford Comprehensive Plan and Amendments
2004-2005
87/7
South Wallingford Design Guidelines
2004
91/1
Southeast Seattle Community Action Agenda and Community Renewal
2005
91/2
Southeast Seattle Effective Development. Impact Capital
2005
70/13
Southeast/Rainier Valley
2000
70/4
Southwest Area District Council
2003
47/19
Special Events Ordinance
2001
48/3
Special Events Ordinance
2001
69/11
Special Events Ordinance: Seattle Center
2001-2002
48/2
Special Events Protocol
2001
47/18
Special Events - Protocol
2001
21/14
Stadium Art Program
1998
8/2
Starbucks Center
1999
68/3
State Initiative-747. Yes for Seattle
2001-2002
47/20
State Legislative Agenda
1999
48/4
State Legislative Agenda
2000
101/9
State Road 520 Project
2007
102/7
State Road 520 Project
2004-2005
103/1
State Road 520 Project
2006-2007
103/2
State Road 520 Project. Citizen Comment
2006-2007
95/11
Steinbrueck Biographical Information and Accomplishments
-
72/16
Steinbrueck Legislative Accomplishments
1997-2007
105/9
Steinbrueck Office Core Values
-
95/12
Steinbrueck Photographs
-
97/8
Steinbrueck's Legislative Accomplishments
1999-2005
21/19
Strategic Capital Agenda - Constituents
1999
22/1
Strategic Capital Agenda
1999
22/3
Strategic Capital Agenda
1999
22/4
Strategic Capital Agenda
1999
33/10
Strategic Capital Agenda
1999
48/5
Strategic Planning Office (includes work plan and demographic information)
2000-2001
57/6
Strategic Planning Office. Municipal Court Judges
2001
57/7
Strategic Planning Office. Growth Management Planning Council "Better Cities Coalition"
2001
64/16
Strategic Planning Office. Including Proposed Reorganization
2002
52/13
Street Outreach Services. Homeless
2001-2002
9/12
Street Vacancies
1998
77/16
Street Vacation Landslide Area
2003
50/10
Summer Youth Employment
2000
70/17
Sunset Hill Neighborhood Meeting
2001
15/6
Supplemental Appropriation Account of the Emergency Subfund - $601,000 HUD Landslide Disaster Grant
2000
77/18
Sustainability Comprehensive Plan Amendments
2004
77/17
Sustainability Measures
2004
95/10
Talking Points and Articles. Various Issues.
2007
105/7
Talking Points and Speeches
2003-2007
105/8
Talking Points and Speeches
1998-2002
84/17
Taxes.
2004
90/9
Taxicabs. Cab Drivers' Alliance of King County
2003
1/10
TCI Takeover by ATT: Council
1999
6/8
TCI Takeover by ATT: Background
1998-1999
6/9
TCI Takeover by ATT: Background
1998-1999
6/10
TCI Takeover by ATT: Background
1998-1999
6/11
TCI Takeover by ATT: Constituents
1998-1999
1/11
Teachers Wages
1999
32/9
Teen Dance Ordinance: Constituent Letters
2000
32/10
Teen Dance Ordinance: Constituent Letters
2000
33/13
Teen Dance Ordinance: various Documents from Seattle Citizens for Culture, Creativity, and Community (Sea - 4C)
1999
48/6
Teen Dance Ordinance
2000
48/7
Teen Dance Ordinance : Constituent Mail
2000
74/1
Teen Dance Ordinance
2002
12/3
Teen Program Matching Funds
2000
16/2
Telecommunications
1998
59/11
Tenant Rights. Right of First Refusal
2001
69/12
Tent City. SHARE/WHEEL Consent Decree
2002
94/11
Terminal 91. North Bay Project.
2004-2006
20/1
Thank You's
1999
100/11
The Future of Downtown. Public Forum (August 15)
2005
94/18
The Wild Within: Seattle's Arboretum Wetland
2007
73/11
Third Party Utility Billings
2003
78/1
Third Party Water
2003
78/2
Thornton Creek
2004
47/19
Thornton Creek : Daylighting
2001
15/1
Thornton Creek Community Petition
1999
92/11
Toll Roads and Value Parking
2002
104/9
Tower Spacing Requirement Downtown
2006
84/15
Town Hall Meeting on Legislative Priorities. (Mar 15)
2005
14/1
Trade Development Alliance
2000
14/2
Trade Development Alliance
2000
72/9
Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle. Executive Board Manual
2000
74/3
Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle. Central Europe Study Mission
2001
18/16
Trans Lake Washington Study
1998
54/19
Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Program. Steinbrueck Options.
2000-2001
54/20
Transfer of Development Rights (TDR)/Bonus Program Review. White Papers.
2000
54/21
Transfer of Development Rights (TDR)/Bonus Program
2001
87/8
Transferable Development Rights. Benayora Hall
2004
101/7
Transit Planning
2007
25/1
Transit Planning. Transit Network Strategy
2007
9/9
Transit, Misc.
1997-1999
15/13
Transitional Housing
1999
48/9
Transportation
1999-2000
102/2
Transportation
2002-2006
48/8
Transportation : Sound Transit TRIP 21 Transportation Reform and Improvement Plan
2000
98/11
Transportation Issues
2003-2006
30/9
Transportation Local Funding Public Hearing Sign-Up Sheets (June 28)
2006
9/10
Transportation: CMTE
1997-1999
9/15
Transportation: Metro
1998
9/13
Transportation: Third Runway
1998
13/3
Transportation-Strategic Plan
1998
69/13
Trans-Lake Project
2002
30/2
Travel. Nantes, France
2005-2006
30/3
Travel. Nantes, France
2005-2006
30/4
Travel. Nantes, France
2005-2006
30/5
Travel. Nantes, France
2005-2006
30/6
Travel. San Francisco
2006
7/4
Travel. Bergen, Norway
2001
7/2
Travel. Berlin and Nantes Trip
2000
7/6
Travel. Europe Sustainability Tour
2005
7/8
Travel. Melbourne Study Mission
2006
7/1
Travel. Minneapolis Study Mission
1999
7/7
Travel. San Francisco Field Trip
2006
7/3
Travel. Stockholm
2001
7/5
Travel. Taiwan
2004
77/7
Truancy
2001-2002
21/10
Truckers - Port
1999
53/11
Undoing Institutional Racism Critique
2001
53/18
Undoing Institutional Racism Training
2001
69/16
Unions
2003
65/21
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. The People's Lodge
2001-2003
48/12
Universal Design Form
2001
90/11
Universal Design Principles and Guidelines
2000-2005
84/13
Universal Design. Design with a Lifetime in Mind.
2001-2004
22/23
University District
1998-1999
89/1
University District Rezone
2004-2005
62/4
University of Washington Lease Lid
2003
62/5
University of Washington Lease Lid Public Hearing (April 10)
2003
69/15
University of Washington Master Plan
2002
84/6
University of Washington Lease Lid.
2003
88/8
University of Washington Master Plan
2004
69/17
University Village
2002
53/19
University Village Parking (Including Laurelhurst Community Meeting, May 14)
2000-2001
22/24
University-Ravenna Creek
1998-1999
84/11
Urban Centers Model Code Objectives
2005
97/11
Urban Development and Planning
2005
19/3
Urban Environmental Management - Daylighting
1998
53/20
Uwajimaya/Union Negotiations
2001
22/5
U.S. Census 2000
1999
69/18
Vera Project
2001-2003
28/4
Victor Steinbrueck Park
1999
90/13
Victor Steinbrueck Park
2004-2005
69/19
View Protection
2001
91/14
View Protection. Jefferson Park
2007
98/4
Visions of Urban Sustainability Forum (January 25)
2005
98/5
Visions of Urban Sustainability Forum (January 26)
2004-2005
87/6
Vitamilk Greenlake Development
2004
86/7
Volunteer Park Conservatory
2004
108/1
Voters Pamphlet Candidate Statement Limitations
2004
86/14
Wallingford Comprehensive Plan
2000-2002
87/5
Wallingford Design Guidelines
2004-2005
35/9
Wallingford Senior Center
1999
22/25
Wallingford-Neighborhood Plan
1998
53/16
Washington Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities. Challenge Grant and Contract
2001-2002
90/10
Washington Coalition of Citizens with DisAbilities
2002-2003
33/12
Washington Park Arboretum: Constituent Letters
2001
32/1
Washington State Convention and Trade Center
1999
50/11
Washington State Convention and Trade Center (WSCTC) Expansion / MOHAI
1999
72/10
Washington State Public Stadium Authority
2001
33/3
Water Conservation Accomplishments
1999-2001
106/9
Waterfront History Project
2005
104/2
Waterfront Integrated Restoration
2004-2005
106/10
Waterfront. Pier 62/63
2005-2006
100/2
Wawona. Historic Schooner
2006-2007
69/20
Weapons Control Legislation
-
18/14
Wedgewood
1999
19/1
Wedgewood Red Apple
1999
1/3
Wedgewood - Matthew's Red Apple / QFC
1999
17/7
Welfare Reform - Brown Bag
1999
17/8
Welfare Reform - Workfirst
1999
33/5
Welfare Reform: Programs and Background
1997-1998
71/8
West Duwamish Greenbelt
2001
22/6
West Precinct Parking
1999
22/26
West Seattle Junction
1998-1999
61/13
Westcrest Park Off-Leash Area Constituent Correspondence
2003
21/17
Westlake Expansion
1999
69/21
Westlake Park Agreement
2002
48/13
Westlake Plaza
2001
61/12
Willow Street Ends
2001
1/4
WNBA Lease
1999
8/6
Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1997-1999
100/1
Women in Black/Women's Housing, Equality and Enhancement League (WHEEL)
2005-2006
53/2
Women's National Basketball Association Finances
1999-2000
79/13
Woodland Park Zoo Parking Garage and Long Rand Development Plan. Public Hearing. September 15
2004
79/14
Woodland Park Zoo Parking Garage and Long Rand Development Plan. Correspondence in Favor
2004
79/15
Woodland Park Zoo Parking Garage and Long Rand Development Plan. Correspondence in Opposed
2004
79/16
Woodland Park Zoo Parking Garage and Long Rand Development Plan
2004
101/10
Woodland Park Zoo Parking Garage
2004-2007
69/22
Woodland Park Zoo. Operations and Management
2001-2003
29/7
Work Place Harassment / Resolution Number 29669
1999
77/13
Worker Rights
2003
80/5
Workplace Improvement Steering Committee Recommendations
2002
104/10
Workplace Improvement Steering Committee
2002
72/11
World Affairs Council
2003
2/10
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
2000
14/5
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
23/1
World Trade Organization (WTO): Seattle Police Department After Action Report and Miscellaneous Notes
1999-2000
23/2
World Trade Organization (WTO): Council Member Notes
1999
23/3
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Letters
1999
23/4
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
23/5
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
24/1
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
24/2
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
24/3
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
24/4
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
24/5
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
24/6
World Trade Organization (WTO): Constituent Mail
1999
49/1
World Trade Organization (WTO) : Reports and Summaries
2001
49/2
World Trade Organization (WTO) : Recommendations and Follow-up Police Accountability
2001
49/3
World Trade Organization (WTO) : Police Accountability
2000
49/4
World Trade Organization (WTO) : Police Behavior - Constituent Mail
2000-2001
49/5
World Trade Organization (WTO) : Financial
1999
49/6
World Trade Organization (WTO) : Constituent Mail
2000
54/9
World Trade Organization (WTO). Anniversary Permit Request. Walk for Capitalism
2001
54/10
World Trade Organization (WTO). Constituent Mail
1999-2000
54/11
World Trade Organization (WTO). Police Use of Pepper Spray
1999-2000
54/12
World Trade Organization (WTO). Tear Gass Moratorium. Crowd Control
2000
54/13
World Trade Organization (WTO). Legal Claims Status
2000
54/14
World Trade Organization (WTO). Police Identification Ordinance
2000
54/15
World Trade Organization (WTO). "Sewing Circle" Notes and Issues
2000
55/8
World Trade Organization (WTO). Public Forum and Hearing on WTO Activities
1999
55/9
World Trade Organization (WTO). ACLU Lawsuit vs. City
2000
55/10
World Trade Organization (WTO). Citizen Panels Work Outlines
2000
55/11
World Trade Organization (WTO) Accountability Review Committee
1999-2000
55/12
World Trade Organization (WTO) Accountability Review Committee
2000
50/12
Youth : "Messages from Young Leaders " Program
2000
35/3
Youth Programs / Youth Involvement Network
1998
53/5
Youth Safety Initiative
2001
48/14
Youth Safety Task Force : Mardi Gras
2001
53/15
Youth Safety Task Force
2001-2002
48/15
Youth Vote - KUBE Radio
2001
84/12
Zoning Changes.
2005

4684-03:  Housing, Human Services, Education and Civil Rights Committee Records, 1999-2001Return to Top

2.0 cubic feet, (5 boxes)

Agendas, correspondence, draft legislation, reports, staff analysis, and notes related to issues before the Housing, Human Services, Education and Civil Rights Committee during Steinbrueck's tenure as chair.

4684-04:  Parks, Education and Libraries Committee Records, 2002Return to Top

0.4 cubic foot, (1 box)

Agendas, correspondence, memoranda, staff reports, draft legislation, and notes related to issues before the Parks, Education and Libraries Committee during Steinbrueck's tenure as committee chair.

4684-05:  Urban Development and Planning Committee Records, 2004-207Return to Top

4.2 cubic feet, (11 boxes)

Correspondence, memoranda, staff reports, draft legislation, and notes related to urban planning, development, the built environment, and sustainability issues during Steinbrueck's four-year tenure as committee chair.