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Judy Nicastro Records, 1993-2004

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Nicastro, Judy
Title
Judy Nicastro Records
Dates
1993-2004 (inclusive)
Quantity
15.8 cubic ft., (38 boxes)
2,944 digital files, (199 MB)
Collection Number
4661
Summary
Records of Seattle City Council Member Judy Nicastro, dating 1999-2003, including Subject Files and Land Use Committee Records. Of particular interest are records related to her work on the Housing and Land Use Committees. Also included are records documenting issues related to campaign finance contributions from an adult entertainment club whose land use application was before the 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 encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Born into a working-class New Jersey home in 1966, Judy Nicastro learned the importance of political power first-hand when she and her mother suffered from funding cuts to widows' benefits in President Reagan's 1981 budget, an experience that helped shape her populist agenda as a Seattle Council Member in later years. Nicastro earned a law degree from the University of Washington in the 1990s, where she also served as Student Body President, before settling in Fremont and working for the Boeing Company as a buyer of 767 airplane parts.

In 1999, at a time of skyrocketing rent increases due to Seattle's booming economy, Nicastro won a Seattle City Council position on a renters' rights platform. This was an important issue to many Seattle residents at the time, fifty-two percent of whom were renters themselves. Nicastro served one term on City Council (1999-2003) and earned a reputation as a fiery character--outspoken, unpredictable, and brash--known for her off-the-cuff comments, verbal assaults on opponents, and continual sparring with Mayor Greg Nickels and labor union leaders. Criticized for her seemingly erratic voting record, she retorted: "I'm not a rubber stamp for anyone. I don't work for the mayor. I don't work for labor. I don't work for the affordable housing community. I work for the people." After initial doubts concerning her effectiveness, Council President Margaret Pageler praised Nicastro for her pragmatic rather than knee-jerk approach to politics, pointing out that she was "more interested in finding solutions than in being politically correct." While many cheered her actions as those of a working-class advocate for the rights of the underdog, others denounced her as a game player lacking seriousness of purpose.

During her time on the City Council, Nicastro chaired the Landlord/Tenant & Land Use Committee and served as vice-chair of the Committee of Culture, Arts & Parks as well as the Housing, Human Services & Community Development Committee. Through her committee work Nicastro helped to make changes which significantly increased Seattle renters' leverage in dealing with landlords. She sponsored a bill which strengthened landlord retaliation provisions in the Municipal Code--changing penalties from criminal to civil--and gave tenants the right to organize for the first time in Seattle history. She also pushed for Emergency Order Tenant Relocation Assistance and led the effort for an expanded rental assistance program, and she lowered parking requirements for affordable housing, making it cheaper for developers to build low-income housing. In 2002, Nicastro was the only Councilmember to oppose placing an $86 million Housing Levy on the ballot, explaining that it would provide too much money for home ownership programs rather than the people the "low income" levy was intended to help.

In addition to advocating for renters' protections and low income assistance, Nicastro became involved with small business incentives and local environmental and humanitarian affairs as well, supporting human services and homelessness funding and sponsoring and defending many issues involving civil rights, communities of color, women and domestic violence, fair labor practices, gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered interests, animal rights and off-leash areas, and public safety. As chair of the Land Use Committee, Nicastro was a consistent proponent of more compact urban development, especially in areas where rapid transit had been proposed.

In 2003 Nicastro was one of three council members investigated by the City Ethics and Elections Commission in the "Strippergate" scandal, accused of rezoning a Lake City strip club to allow for additional parking in exchange for campaign contributions from the Colacurcio family, who have alleged ties to Seattle's history of political corruption. The Commission investigation determined that Nicastro had accepted over $22,000 of campaign funding from Frank Colacurcio Jr. and other family members, which at least partially explains her defeat in an attempt at a second term in office.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Record Group 4661, comprising 15.8 cubic feet of textual and graphic records, documents Judy Nicastro's four-year tenure on the Seattle City Council and reflects her activities in various Council committees. The record group consists of three records series: I. Electronic Correspondenc, II.Subject Files and III. Land Use Committee Records.

Records contained in Series I include general correspondence from Councilmember Judy Nicastro and her Legislative Assistants.

Records contained in Series II are divided into two subseries (Interdepartmental & Intergovernmental Files and Issue Files), reflecting their original arrangement by Nicastro and her staff. Records are arranged alphabetically within each subseries according to broad functions and activities related to the work of the Legislative Department and to various Council Committees. The records date from the time of Nicastro's term in office (1999-2003). As with all Council Members' records, published documents have been removed to be cataloged and indexed in the Seattle Municipal Archives' Published Documents database.

Records in Series III, Landlord/Tenant & Land Use Committee Files, documents deliberations and recommendations of the Land Use Committee on legislative matters relating to landlord/tenant issues, urban design and land use issues, and quasi-judicial land use issues. These records are arranged chronologically.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Judy Nicastro Records, Record Series 4661-[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.

4661-01:  Electronic Correspondence, 2003-2004,   (bulk 2003) Return to Top

948.0 digital files, (4.27 mb)

This series includes general correspondence from Councilmember Judy Nicastro and her Legislative Assistants. It contains a very small amount of internal and external correspondence revolving around the business of the city council the bulk of which was created between November and December of 2003.

4661-02:   Subject Files, 1999-2003,   (bulk 1999-2003) Return to Top

13 cubic ft., ((33 boxes))
1,996 digital files, (195 MB)

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and notes relating to issues before the City Council during Nicastro's four-year tenure on the Seattle City Council and reflecting her interests and activities while on the Council. Subjects include civil rights, economic development, education, City finance and budget, housing, land use, urban development, interdepartmental affairs, neighborhoods, parks and recreation, public safety, health and social services, technology, transportation, and public utilities. Of particular interest are records concerning renter's rights and rental controls, and the 1999 WorldTradeOrganization meeting and demonstrations.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Several file extensions were restored after being identified by DROID.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries I: Interdepartmental and Intergovernmental Files
2 cubic ft. ((5 boxes))
Subseries I contains records produced through transactions between members of the Legislative Department with other departments of the City of Seattle and between the City and King County Councils. The records are arranged alphabetically according to broad subject areas reflecting City Council activities and City business in general. While the bulk of these records are textual, some graphic materials (charts and graphs accompanying studies and proposals) are included as well.
1999-2003
Civil Rights and Education
1999-2000
Box/Folder
1/1
ACLU [American Civil Liberties Union]
2000
1/2
Fair Housing
2000
1/3
Housing Discrimination
1999-2000
Economic Development
2000-2003
Box/Folder
1/4
Broadway Business District Revitalization Plan
2003
1/5
High Tech Brown Bag
2000
1/6
KAGRO [Korean-American Grocers' Association of WashingtonState]
2002
1/7
Mayor's Economic Task Force
2002
1/8
Seattle Jobs Initiative
2002
1/9
Wrestle Mania!
2001
Finance
2001-2002
Box/Folder
1/10
2000 Budget Report
2001
1/11
Taxes: Recession Information
2002
1/12
City Budget Office: Budget
2002
Housing
2000-2003
Box/Folder
1/13
Boost Program
2000
1/14
Capitol Hill Apartments
2000
1/15
Capitol Hill Apartments
2000-2001
1/16
Office of Housing: City Programs [less than] 80%
1999-2003
1/17
Office of Housing: Hong Confirmation
2001-2003
1/18
Office of Housing: Multifamily Property Tax Exemption
2001
1/19
Office of Housing: Work Program
2000
1/20
Seattle Housing Authority: Bley's Appointment
2000
1/21
Seattle Housing Authority: Board Commissioners
2000
1/22
Seattle Housing Authority: Correspondence
2001
1/23
Seattle Housing Authority: DCLU Tour
2000
1/24
Seattle Housing Authority: General Information
2000-2001
1/25
Seattle Housing Authority: Gideon-Matthews Garden
2000
1/26
Seattle Housing Authority: Harborview Family
2000
1/27
Seattle Housing Authority: Holly Park
2000
1/28
Seattle Housing Authority: Hope VI (High Point)
2000
1/29
Seattle Housing Authority: Memorandum of Agreement
1999-2000
2/1
Seattle Housing Authority: Morrison Hotel
2000-2001
2/2
Seattle Housing Authority: Rainier Vista - Landlord/Tenant
2000
2/3
Seattle Housing Authority: Senior Housing
2003
2/4
Seattle Housing Authority: Telmark Apartments
2000
Intergovernmental Relations
1999-2003
Box/Folder
2/5
Campaign Finance Reform
2000
2/6
City Attorney Correspondence
2000
2/7
City Council: Committees and Councils
2002-2003
2/8
City Council: Constituent Letters
2000
2/9
City Council: Correspondence In (Thank You)
2003
2/10
City Council: Correspondence Out
2000
2/11
City Council: Council Members
2000
2/12
City Council: General Information
2000
2/13
City Council: Media Handbook
1999
2/14
City Council: Northgate GDP
2001-2002
2/15
City Council: Public Hearing Sign Up Sheets
2000-2003
2/16
City Council: Retreat 2000
2000
2/17
City Council: Right of First Refusal
2001
2/18
City Council: Sister Cities
2001
2/19
City Council: Staff
1999-2001
2/20
Hearing Examiner
2002
2/21
Hearing Examiner Annual Report
2000
2/22
Intergovernmental Relations Office: General
2001
2/23
Intergovernmental Relations Office: Memos
2000
2/24
King County Council: Community Health Council
2000
2/25
King County Council: Martin Luther King Resolution
2000
2/26
King County Council: Regional Policy Committee (April 27, 2000)
2000
2/27
King County Council: Regional Policy Committee (April 26, 2001)
2001
2/28
King County Council: Regional Policy Committee (March 5, 2003)
2003
2/29
King County Council: Regional Policy Committee (April 2, 2003)
2003
2/30
Legislative Department: Boards and Commissions
2000
2/31
Legislative Department: Historical Council
2000
3/1
Legislative Department: Office - Nicastro News
2000-2001
3/2
Legislative Department: Office - Nicastro Schedules
2003
3/3
Legislative Department: Personal - Congratulations
2000
3/4
Legislative Department: TV Seattle
2000
3/5
Port of Seattle: General Information
2000
3/6
Port of Seattle: SeaTac Flight Paths
2000
3/7
Resolutions: Hirabayashi Resolution
2000
3/8
Resolutions: Norwegian Proclamation
2000
3/9
Resolutions: Wine Resolution
2000
3/10
Seattle Design Commission: Design Review
2000
3/11
Seattle Design Commission: Meeting Minutes
2000
3/12
Seattle Police Department: Chief of Police
2001
3/13
Seattle Police Department: Coalition Plan Response
2000
3/14
Seattle Police Department: Doran Letter
2000
3/15
Seattle Police Department: Force Options Research Group
2001
3/16
Seattle Police Department: Immigration Status
2002-2003
3/17
Seattle Police Department: Internal Investigations
2000
3/18
Seattle Police Department: Police Reform
2000
3/19
Seattle Police Department: Special Events Ordinance
2001
3/20
Seattle Police Department: Taser Information
2000
3/21
Seattle Police Department: West Seattle Cat Slaying
2002
3/22
Seattle Police Department: WTO After Action Report
2001
3/23
Seattle Public Library: Beacon Hill
2000
3/24
State Government: General Information
2000
Land Use and Urban Development
1999-2003
Box/Folder
3/25
Civic Center: City Light Case
2000
3/26
Civic Center: Communication Plan Overview
2000
3/27
Civic Center: Meeting and Agenda Notes
2000
3/28
Civic Center: New City Hall
2000
3/29
Civic Center: Schematic Design
2000
3/30
Commercial Master Plan
2000
3/31
Complaints
2000
3/32
Correspondence
2001
4/1
DCLU Quarterly Reports
1999-2001
4/2
General Information
2000
4/3
Historic Preservation Program: Harvard/Belmont Landmark District
2002
4/4
Landslides
2000
4/5
Library Parking Amendment
2000
4/6
Master Plan Shopping Centers
1999-2003
4/7
Payment in Lieu: "Working Document"
2000
4/8
Permit Fees
2002
4/9
Puget Sound Regional Council: Employment and Land Use Comprehensive Plan
1999-2000
4/10
Puget Sound Regional Council: General
2003
4/11
Rick Hangartner
2000
4/12
Tent Encampment
2001
Neighborhoods
2000-2001
Box/Folder
4/13
General Information
2000
4/14
Neighborhood Planning Implementation
2000
4/15
Neighborhood Planning Policy Docket
2000
4/16
Northgate GDP
2000-2001
4/17
Northgate: General
2000
4/18
Stewardship
2000
Parks, Recreation, and Culture
1999-2003
Box/Folder
4/19
General Information
2000-2002
4/20
Greenlake, Milfoil
2001
4/21
JAFDP
2002
4/22
Seattle Arts Commission: General
2001
4/23
Seattle Arts Commission: Susan Baird Trapnell
1999-2000
4/24
Seattle Center: General
1999-2003
4/25
Westcrest Park
2000
Public Safety and Health
1999-2002
Box/Folder
4/26
Court of Seattle: Municipal Court
1999-2003
4/27
Court of Seattle: Relicensing
1999-2000
5/1
Seattle/King County Department of Public Health: Department of Health
2000
5/2
Seattle/King County Department of Public Health: General
2000
5/3
Seattle/King County Department of Public Health: HIV/AIDS Profile
2002
Social Services
2000
Box/Folder
5/4
General Information
2000
5/5
Project Lift-Off
2000
5/6
SHSC / Landslide Grant
2000
Transportation
2000-2002
Box/Folder
5/7
Correspondence
2001
5/8
News Release
2000
5/9
Postering Ordinance
2002
5/10
Regional Transit Committee
2000
5/11
Way to Go Seattle!
2000
Utilities, Water, and Waste Management
2000-2003
Box/Folder
5/12
Apartment Recycling
2000
5/13
Brightwater Treatment
2003
5/14
City Light (1)
2003
5/15
City Light (2)
2003
5/16
Correspondence
2001
5/17
Residential Food Waste
2001
5/18
Water Rates Package
2002
5/19
Water Sale Agreement
2000
Subseries II: Issue Files
13 cubic ft. ((28 boxes))
Subseries II (Issue Files) is divided into fourteen broad subject areas relating to the functions, issues, and activities of the City Council and to the committee work of Judy Nicastro during her tenure as Council Member. These include the following: Civil Rights; Economic Development; Education; Finance and Budget; Housing; Land Use and Urban Development; Legislative and Interdepartmental; Neighborhoods; Parks, Recreation and Culture; Public Safety and Health; Social Services/Human Rights; Technology; Transportation; and Utilities. The records are mainly textual, although graphic materials are found throughout the subseries as well. These consist of maps, architectural renderings, photographs, charts and drafts and accompany studies, proposals, complaints, and surveys.
1999-2003
Civil Rights
1999-2003
Box/Folder
6/1
ACLU [American Civil Liberties Union]: On Freedom's Frontier
2000
6/2
ACLU [American Civil Liberties Union]: Urine Drug Testing Law
1998-2000
6/3
Capital Punishment
2000
6/4
Domestic Violence: Workplace Protections Working Group
2002
6/5
Hate Free Seattle: Op Ed
2002
6/6
Hate Free Zone
2001
6/7
Labor: Building and Trades
2002
6/8
Labor: Correspondence
2001
6/9
Labor: Equal Benefits Letter
2003
6/10
Labor: Feldman Letter
2002
6/11
Labor: General
2003
6/12
Labor: ILWU Local #19 [International Longshore and Warehouse Union]
2000
6/13
Labor: IMF March
2000
6/14
Labor: KCLC Housing Levy
2000
6/15
Labor: Northwest Hospitals
2000
6/16
Labor: Times / P-I Strike
2000
6/17
Labor: Uwajimaya
2001
6/18
Labor: University of Washington: Graduate Student Agreement
2000
6/19
Labor: University of Washington: GSEAC / UAW Letter
2001
6/20
Labor: Wages: Child Care Wages
2000
6/21
Labor: Wages - Worthy Wages
2000
6/22
Racial Profiling (1)
2000
6/23
Racial Profiling (2)
2000-2001
6/24
Racial Profiling Task Force (1)
2002
6/25
Racial Profiling Task Force (2)
2001
6/26
Sexual Discrimination: Knight Initiative (California)
2000
6/27
WMBE Ordinance [Women's and Minority Business Enterprises]
2000-2003
7/1
Women's Issues: Roe v. Wade Proclamation
2001
7/2
Women's, Sexual Minorities', and Human Rights Commission
2002
Economic Development
2000-2002
Box/Folder
7/3
Business Improvement Districts
2002
7/4
Chamber of Commerce: Seattle Business Climate
2002
7/5
Correspondence
2001
7/6
Regional Interests
2000
7/7
Resolution 30542 Letter
2002
7/8
Washington Policy Center
2002
Education
2001-2003
Box/Folder
7/9
Education: Cure Resolution
2003
7/10
Education: "Democracy Live" - Proposal/Action Plan
2001
7/11
Education: "Democracy Live" - Seattle Public Schools
2002
7/12
Education: "Democracy Live" - Social Studies Teachers
2002
7/13
Education: "Democracy Live" - Talking Points
2002
7/14
Education: "Democracy Live" - University of Washington
2001
7/15
Education: German Marshall Fund
2001
7/16
Education: Schools Out Washington
2002
Finance and Budget
2000-2003
Box/Folder
7/17
ADWAS [Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services]
2003
7/18
Animal Control Budget
2003
7/19
Budget Oversight Information
2002
7/20
Central Staff Memos
2003
7/21
CIP
2002
7/22
City Council SLI
2003
7/23
Connections Group Contract Letter
2002
7/24
City Light Power Marketing
2002-2003
7/25
Commissions
2003
7/26
Community Service Officers: SPD
2003
7/27
Consulting/Contracts
2002
7/28
Correspondence (1)
2001
7/29
Correspondence (2)
2001
8/1
Domestic Violence Prevention
2003
8/2
Fire Department
2003
8/3
Free Parking Elimination
2001
8/4
General (1)
2000
8/5
General (2)
2000-2001
8/6
General (3)
2003
8/7
General (4)
2002
8/8
Human Services
2003
8/9
Human Services/Eviction Prevention
2003
8/10
King County Dispute Resolution Center
2003
8/11
Legislative Department
2003
8/12
Mayor's Office (1)
2002
8/13
Mayor's Office (2)
2003
8/14
Metal Detectors/Security
2003
8/15
Music and Film Office
2003
8/16
Parks
2003
8/17
Personnel Department
2003
8/18
Police Department: D.V.F.A.T. [Domestic Violence Fugitive Apprehension Team]
2003
8/19
Polling/Surveys (1)
2003
8/20
Polling/Surveys (2)
2003
8/21
Property Tax
2000
8/22
Public Hearing (October 11, 2000)
2000
9/1
South Lake Union
2003
9/2
SLI [Statements of Legislative Intent]
2002
9/3
Transportation Department
2003
Housing
1999-2003
Box/Folder
9/4
ADU [Accessory Dwelling Units]
2000
9/5
Affordable Housing
2001
9/6
Arts and Lofts
2000
9/7
Belltown Cottages
2001
9/8
Branch Villa
2002
9/9
Correspondence
2001-2003
9/10
Damage Deposit Regulations
2002
9/11
Demonstration Program for Innovative Housing
2001
9/12
Disabled
2002
9/13
Existing City Programs
2000
9/14
General Information
2000
9/15
Harborview Medical Center Letter
2003
9/16
Hearing, Speech, Deafness Housing Project
1999-2000
9/17
Historic Preservation
2000
9/18
Home Sight
2002
9/19
Homelessness: Coalition for the Homeless
2000
9/20
Homelessness: Correspondence
2001
9/21
Homelessness: Displacement Coalition
2001
9/22
Homelessness: Displacement Legislation
2000
9/23
Homelessness: Food Banks
2002
9/24
Homelessness: General
2000
9/25
Homelessness: Homeless Count
2000
9/26
Homelessness: Homeless Women
2000
9/27
Homelessness: Homeless Youth
2000
9/28
Homelessness: Operation Night Watch
2000
9/29
Homelessness: Tent City Lawsuit
2002
9/30
Homelessness: Wheel
2000-2001
9/31
Houseboats
2001
10/1
Housing Issues: Home Sight Plat Approval
2000
10/2
Housing Levy
2001
10/3
Landlords: Apartment Association
2000
10/4
Landlords: Correspondence
2001
10/5
Landlords: Dupre and Scott
2000
10/6
Landlords: Frith, Richard
1999-2003
10/7
Landlords: Kauri Properties
2002
10/8
Landlords: Landlords
2000
10/9
Landlords: Landlords Issues Letter
2001
10/10
Landlords: Landlords Retaliation Amendments
2001
10/11
Landlords: Landlords Retaliation Ordinance
2000
10/12
Landlords: Legal Guide
2000
10/13
Landlords: Out of Seattle Landlords
2000
10/14
Landlord/Tenant: Landlord/Tenant Regulation
2000
10/15
Landlord/Tenant: Maria Manor Apartments
2001
10/16
Landlord/Tenant: Ticino Apartments
2001
10/17
Landlord/Tenant: Lender Agreements
1999-2003
10/18
Landlord/Tenant: Mayor's Housing Summit
1998
10/19
Landlord/Tenant: Multifamily Property Tax Exemption
2001
10/20
Non-Profit Housing: First Immigrants Funding
2001
10/21
Non-Profit Housing: ICDA: 6th and Yesler Proposal
2001
10/22
Non-Profit Housing: Interim Community Development Association
2000
10/23
Non-Profit Housing: San Francisco Non-Profit Rental Assistance
2000
10/24
Non-Profit Housing: Seattle Housing Authority
2001-2002
10/25
Non-Profit Housing: Low Income Housing Institute
2003
10/26
Northgate Housing Development Information
2003
10/27
Olympic Rental Association
2000
10/28
Open-Space
2000
10/29
Oxford Apartments: Jeff Wysong
2002
10/30
Portland Density
1999
10/31
Predatory Lending
2002
10/32
Prohibited Acts by Landlords Amendment
2000-2001
10/33
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: Anti-Legislation Correspondence
2001
10/34
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: General
2000
10/35
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: Public Hearing 1/17/01
2001
10/36
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: Rent Retaliation
2000
11/1
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: Retaliation
2000
11/2
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: Retaliation Drafts
2000
11/3
Prohibited Acts by Landlords: Retaliation (Letters of Support)
2001
11/4
Project Look
2000
11/5
RACE [Rental Assistance Collaboration Effort]
2000-2002
11/6
Radford Court/University of Washington Housing (1)
2000
11/7
Radford Court/University of Washington Housing (2)
2000
11/8
Reach
2000
11/9
Renters: General Information (1)
1999
11/10
Renters: General Information (2)
2002
11/11
Renters: Jem Studio/Shoe Building
2000
11/12
Renters: Just Cause Eviction
2001
11/13
Renters' Summit: Cedar River
2000
11/14
Renters' Summit: Comments (1)
2000
11/15
Renters' Summit: Comments (2)
2000
11/16
Renters' Summit: Comments (3)
2000
11/17
Renters' Summit: Comments (4)
2000
11/18
Renters' Summit: General Information
2000
11/19
Renters' Summit: Mailing List
2000
11/20
Renters' Summit: Post Renters' Summit
2000
11/21
Renters' Summit: Post Summit Report
2000
12/1
Renters' Summit
2000
12/2
Renters' Summit: Renters' Summit Press
2000
12/3
Renters' Summit: Tenants' Union
2000
12/4
Renters' Summit: Translated Flyers
2000
12/5
Rent Issues: AASK and Hossman Letters
2000
12/6
Rent Issues: Biltmore Apartments
2000
12/7
Rent Issues: Columbia Legal Services
1997-2000
12/8
Rent Issues: Correspondence
2001
12/9
Rent Issues: Displacement Coalition
2000-2002
12/10
Rent Issues: Eileen Court Apartments
2000
12/11
Rent Issues: Eviction
1999-2000
12/12
Rent Issues: General Rent Issues
2000
12/13
Rent Issues: Interest On Deposits
2002
12/14
Rent Issues: Just Cause Eviction Ordinance
2000-2001
12/15
Rent Issues: Just Cause Eviction Process
2000
12/16
Rent Issues: Other States' Rent Issues
2000
12/17
Rent Issues: Pageler
2000
12/18
Rent Issues: Rental Assistance
1999-2001
12/19
Rent Issues: Renters' Bill of Rights
2000
12/20
Rent Issues: Retaliation
2000-2001
12/21
Rent Issues: Right of First Refusal
2001
12/22
Seattle Housing Authority: Council Public Hearing
2003
12/23
Seattle Housing Authority: Seattle Senior Housing Policy
2003
13/1
Seattle Housing Authority: Seattle Senior Housing Program
2000-2003
13/2
Seattle Housing Authority: Seattle Senior Housing Program Financial Plan
1998
13/3
Seattle Housing Authority: Seattle Senior Housing Program Resolution (1)
2003
13/4
Seattle Housing Authority: Seattle Senior Housing Program Resolution (2)
2003
Land Use and Urban Development
1999-2003
Box/Folder
13/5
Admiral Parking Garage
1999-2000
13/6
Admiral Parking Garage Analysis
2000
13/7
Adult Entertainment
1997-2000
13/8
Airport Issues
2000-2001
13/9
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Reports and Analyses
2001
13/10
Aquarium
2000
13/11
Aquarium: Anti-Aquarium
2000
13/12
Aquarium MOU
2000
13/13
Aquarium: Pro Aquarium
2000
13/14
Aquarium: South Options
2000
14/1
Arboretum Master Plan (1)
2001
14/2
Arboretum Master Plan (2)
2001
14/3
Aurora
2003
14/4
Bed and Breakfast Letters
2003
14/5
Belltown Street Level Regulations
2002
14/6
Building Code Legislation
2003
14/7
Burke-Gilman Trail: Correspondence
2001-2003
14/8
Burke-Gilman Trail: Friends of Burke-Gilman Trail
2000
14/9
Burke-Gilman Trail: General
2003
14/10
Burke-Gilman Trail: Industry Reports
2003
14/11
Capitol Hill Revitalization
2003
14/12
Cell Towers (1)
2002-2003
14/13
Cell Towers (2)
2003
14/14
Cell Towers: Constituents' Letters
2003
14/15
Chamber of Commerce Executive Response: Affordable Housing
2001
15/1
Citation Enforcement
2000
15/2
Civic Center
2001
15/3
Colman Park Tree Cutting
2003
15/4
Colman School
2001
15/5
Comment Letters
2000-2003
15/9
Committee Materials (2)
2000-2003
15/10
Community Coalition to Environmental Justice Ordinance
2003
15/11
Correspondence
2002-2003
15/12
Croft Place (1)
2003
15/13
Croft Place (2)
2003
15/14
Croft Place (3)
2003
15/15
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: DCLU (1)
1998-2000
16/1
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: DCLU (2)
2000-2001
16/2
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: DCLU (3)
2001-2003
16/3
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: Director (1)
2003
16/4
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: Director (2)
2003
16/5
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: POTA [Property Owner/Tenant Assistance Unit]
1999-2000
16/6
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: Staff (1)
2001
16/7
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: Staff (2)
2000-2001
16/8
Department of Design Construction and Land Use: Staff (3)
2000
16/9
Demonstration Program for Innovative Housing Design
2000
16/10
Design Review
1999-2000
16/11
Design Review: Appt./Reappointments (1)
1999-2000
16/12
Design Review: Appt./Reappointments (2)
2000
16/13
Displacement Legislation
2000
16/14
Duwamish Manufacturing and Industrial Plan (1)
1999-2000
16/15
Duwamish Manufacturing and Industrial Plan (2)
2000
16/16
Duwamish Planning Committee
1999-2000
17/1
Duwamish-WOSCA
2000
17/2
Field Lights
2000
17/3
Field Lights Amendment
2001
17/4
Field Lights Correspondence
2000-2001
17/5
Field Lights Legislation
2000
17/6
Field Lights: SEPA Appeal (1)
2000
17/7
Field Lights: SEPA Appeal (2)
2000
17/8
Field Lights: SEPA Appeal (3)
2000-2001
17/9
Floating Homes: Moorage
1999-2003
17/10
Gas Piping
2000
17/11
Gasworks Park
2003
17/12
General
1999-2003
17/13
Genesee Park Lights
2002
17/14
Golf Courses: Broadmoor Golf Club
2001
17/15
Golf Courses: Correspondence
2001
17/16
Golf Courses: Haller Lake School
1999-2003
17/17
Harborview Medical Center: Major Institution Master Plan
2000
17/18
Harborview Medical Center: Recommended Amendments
2000
17/19
Hearing Examiner
2003
17/20
Interim Station Area Overlay
2000
17/21
Land Use Legislation
2002-2003
18/1
Large Development Disclosure Ordinance
2002
18/2
Library Parking
2000
18/3
Light Rail: General Information
2000
18/4
Light Rail: May 2000
2000
18/5
Light Rail: Sound Transit Noise Variance
2001
18/6
Light Rail Stations (1)
2000
18/7
Light Rail Stations (2)
2001
18/8
Liveaboards
2000
18/9
Long Painting: Correspondence
2000-2001
18/10
Long Painting: General Information (1)
1998-2000
18/11
Long Painting: General Information (2)
2000-2001
18/12
MIMP [Major Institution Master Plan] Status Report
1999
18/13
Monorail: Correspondence
2000
18/14
Monorail: DEIS Comments
2003
18/15
Monorail: Elevated Transportation Company
2000
18/16
Monorail: Elevated Transportation Company Information
2001
18/17
Monorail: Funding Resolution
2003
18/18
Monorail: General (1)
2000
19/1
Monorail: General (2)
2000-2001
19/2
Monorail: General (3)
2002
19/3
Monorail: Monorail Pilot Preset
2000
19/4
Monorail: Monorail Routes: Constituents' Letters
2003
19/5
Monorail: Permit Information
2001-2002
19/6
Monorail: Resolution 6/02
2002
19/7
Monorail: Seattle Center Route (1)
2003
19/8
Monorail: Seattle Center Route (2)
2003
19/9
Monorail: Seattle Center Route Letters
2003
19/10
Monorail: SPM [Seattle Public Monorail]
2003
19/11
Neighborhood Design Guides (1)
2000
19/12
Neighborhood Design Guides (2)
2000
19/13
Non-Conformity Ordinance
2000-2001
19/14
Northgate Plan: Constituents' Letters
2003
19/15
Northgate Proposal (1)
2003
20/1
Northgate Proposal (2)
2003
20/2
Northgate Proposal: Correspondence
2003
20/3
Off-Site Parking
2001
20/4
Op-Ed
2000
20/5
Painted Lady: Correspondence
2000-2001
20/6
Paisley Place
2002
20/7
Parking: Comments
2001
20/8
Parking: General Information
2000
20/9
Parking: Locksmith/Towing Company
2000
20/10
Parking: Off-Site Parking
2001
20/11
Parking: Off-Site Parking - Ordinance Drafts
2001
20/12
Parking: Parking Tax
2000
20/13
Parking: Parking Requirements
2002
20/14
Parking: 24 Hour Ordinance
2000
20/15
Pike/Pine Housing Incentive
2000
20/16
Pike/Pine II (1)
2000
20/17
Pike/Pine II (2)
2000
20/18
Pike/Pine Overlay (1)
2000
20/19
Pike/Pine Overlay (2)
2000
20/20
Pike Place Market: Correspondence
2000
20/21
Pike Place Market: PC1 North Proposals
2003
21/1
Pioneer Square: 200 Occidental (1)
1999-2003
21/2
Pioneer Square: 200 Occidental (2)
1999-2003
21/3
Public Hearing Comment Form (Diane Sugimura Appointment)
2003
21/4
Quasi-Judicial Rules
2000
21/5
Rainier Vista MOA
2001
21/6
Rick's
2003
21/7
Rick's Rezone (1)
2003
21/8
Rick's Rezone (2)
2003
21/9
Rick's Rezone (3)
2003
21/10
Rick's Rezone (4)
2003
21/11
Safeway Rezone (12318 15th NE)
2000
21/12
Sandpoint/Magnuson Park
2002
21/13
Satterlee Cottage
2001
21/14
Seattle Art Museum/Washington Mutual
2002-2003
21/15
Seattle Center/Pacific Science Center
2000
21/16
Seattle Central Community College
2002
21/17
Seattle Displacement Coalition Proposals
2003
21/18
Seattle Pacific University
2000
22/1
Seattle Pacific University MIMP (1)
2000
22/2
Seattle Pacific University MIMP (2)
2000
22/3
Secure Community Transition Facility
2003
22/4
Sound Transit: Anti-Sound Transit
2000-2002
22/5
Sound Transit: Bids and Proposals
2000
22/6
Sound Transit: Community Development Fund (1)
2002
22/7
Sound Transit: Community Development Fund (2)
2002
22/8
Sound Transit: Correspondence
2001
22/9
Sound Transit: General Information
2000
22/10
Sound Transit: King County Transportation Poll
2001-2002
22/11
Sound Transit: Light Rail
2000
22/12
Sound Transit: Light Rail Bill 113100
2000
22/13
Sound Transit: Permanent Facilities
2000
22/14
Sound Transit: Public Hearings
2000
22/15
Sound Transit: Sane Transit Lawsuit
2001-2002
22/16
Sound Transit: Transit Oriented Community Development Fund
2002
22/17
Sound Transit: Utility Underground
2002
22/18
Sound View Drive West
2001-2002
22/19
South Lake Union: Biotech Design
2003
23/1
South Lake Union: General Information
2000-2001
23/2
South Lake Union: South Lake Union Property Sale
1999-2003
23/3
South Lake Union: Vulcan
2003
23/4
Space Needle Views (1)
2001
23/5
Space Needle Views (2)
2001
23/6
SPD Mounted Patrol Facility
2000
23/7
SR 99 (Aurora) Plan
2003
23/8
Station Area Planning
2000
23/9
Station Area Overlay: General
2000
23/10
Station Area Overlay: Permanent
2000
23/11
Station Area Overlay: Public Hearing
2000
23/12
Station Area Overlay: Station Area Planning Implementation
2000
23/13
Station Area Plans
2000
23/14
Subdivisions
1994-2000
23/15
Sugimura Confirmation
2003
23/16
Telecommunications (1)
1999
23/17
Telecommunications (2)
2000
23/18
Telecommunications (3)
2002
23/19
Telecommunications (4)
1999-2003
24/1
Telecommunications (5)
1999-2003
24/2
Telecommunications (6)
2002-2003
24/3
Telecommunications Ordinance
2003
24/4
Telecommunications Public Hearing
2000
24/5
Telecommunications Regulation Letters
2003
24/6
Thornton Creek: Community Petition
1999-2003
24/7
Thornton Creek: General Information
2000-2001
24/8
Thriftway Rezone
2000
24/9
Transferable Rights/Bonus Program: Bonus Portability
2000
24/10
Transferable Rights/Bonus Program: General Information
2000
24/11
Transferable Rights/Bonus Program: Labor
2000
24/12
Transferable Rights/Bonus Program: Tree Protection
2001
24/13
University of Washington: General Information
1999-2000
24/14
University of Washington: Lease LID (1)
2003
24/15
University of Washington: Lease LID (2)
2003
24/16
University of Washington: Lease LID (3)
2003
24/17
University of Washington: Lease LID Correspondence
2002
24/18
University of Washington: Lease LID/Noise Ordinance (3)
2003
25/1
University of Washington: Lease LID/Noise Ordinance (2)
2003
25/2
University of Washington: Letters
2003
25/3
University of Washington: U.W. Master Plan (1)
2002
25/4
University of Washington: U.W. Master Plan (2)
2002
25/5
University of Washington: U.W. Master Plan (3)
2002
25/6
Urban Rest Stop
2000
25/7
Vacant Building Report
2000
25/8
View Protection
2000
25/9
Views: General Information
2001
25/10
Zoning: General Information
2001
Legislative and Interdepartmental
1999-2003
Box/Folder
25/11
City Council: Council Correspondence
2000-2003
25/12
City of Seattle: Project Lift-Off
2002
25/13
Initiatives and Referendums: Council Elections Panel
2002-2003
25/14
Initiatives and Referendums: District Elections
2003
25/15
Initiatives and Referendums: I-77 - Childcare Espresso Tax
2002
25/16
Initiatives and Referendums: I-75 - Sensible Seattle
2002
25/17
Initiatives and Referendums: I-80 - Save Our Creeks
2003
25/18
Initiatives and Referendums: Interstate 90
2000
26/1
Office: Special Projects - Forward Thrust
2002
26/2
Police Department: Asian Community Liaison
2003
26/3
Police Department: Budget
2003
26/4
Police Department: Domestic Violence
2003
26/5
Police Department: Labor Relations Office of Professional Accountability
2001
26/6
Police Department: OPA/Video Cameras in Patrol Cars
2003
26/7
Police Department: SPD Overtime
1999-2000
26/8
Public/Private Partnership
2000-2001
26/9
Public/Private Partnership Panel
2000
Neighborhoods
1999-2003
Box/Folder
26/10
Budget
2002
26/11
Central: All of CBD
1999-2003
26/12
Central: Belltown
2000
26/13
Central: Denny Regrade
2000
26/14
Central: Downtown Seattle Residents' Council
2002
26/15
Central: Growing Vine Street
2001
26/16
Central: International District
2000-2001
26/17
Central: Montlake
2001
26/18
Central: Pike Place Market
2001
26/19
Central: Pioneer Square
2000
26/20
Central: Pioneer Square BIA [Business Improvement Area]
2000
26/21
Central: Pioneer Square Human Services Group
2000
26/22
Central: Pioneer Square Neighborhood Plan
2000
26/23
Central: Squire Park
2000
26/24
Community Services Officers
2002
26/25
East: Capitol Hill
1999-2000
26/26
East: Capitol Hill Walgreen's (1)
2002
26/27
East: Capitol Hill Walgreen's (2)
2002
27/1
East: Eastlake
2001
27/2
East: Miller Park
1999-2000
27/3
East: 12th Avenue Stewardship
2000
27/4
General: Business Neighborhoods
1999
27/5
General: City Neighborhood Council
1999
27/6
General: Downtown Seattle Association
2000-2001
27/7
General: General Information
2000
27/8
General: Landmarks
2000
27/9
General: Metropolitan Improvement District
2000
27/10
General: Neighborhood Business Council
2000
27/11
General: Neighborhood Planning Council
1999
27/12
General: Northwest General
2000
27/13
General: Seattle Community Council Federation
1999-2001
27/14
General: Seattle Marine Business Coalition
2001
27/15
Neighborhood Matching Fund
2000
27/16
North: Aurora Avenue Merchants
1999
27/17
North: Correspondence
2001
27/18
North: Greenlake
2000
27/19
North: Haller Lake
2000-2001
27/20
North: Licton Springs
2001
27/21
North: Ravenna
2000
27/22
North: Roosevelt
2000
27/23
Northeast: Ballard
2000-2003
27/24
Northeast: Correspondence
2001
27/25
Northeast: Laurelhurst
2000
27/26
Northeast: Maple Leaf
2000
27/27
Northeast: North Neighborhood Stewardship Committee
1999
27/28
Northeast: Northeast District Council
2001
27/29
Northeast: University District
2000
27/30
Northwest: Fremont
2001
27/31
Northwest: Fremont Sunday Market
2002
27/32
Northwest: Fremont Tour 2/02
2002
27/33
Northwest: Lake Union
2000
27/34
Northwest: Magnolia
2001
27/35
Northwest: Northwest District Council
2000
27/36
Northwest: Northwest Senior Activity Center
1999
27/37
Northwest: Phinney Ridge
2000
27/38
Northwest: Wallingford
2000
27/39
Northwest: Whittier Heights
2002
27/40
South: Georgetown
2000
27/41
South: Georgetown Benz Friends
2002
27/42
South: South Atlantic Street
1999-2000
27/43
South: South District Journal
1999-2000
27/44
South: South Park Business Association
2000-2001
27/45
South: South Seattle Crime Prevention Council
2000
27/46
Southeast: All of Southeast
2000
27/47
Southeast: Columbia City
2000
27/48
Southeast: One Voice
2000
27/49
Southeast: Rainier
2000
27/50
Southwest: Alki
2000
27/51
Southwest: Fauntleroy
2000
27/52
Southwest: Highland Park Action Committee
2000
27/53
Southwest: Southwest District Council
2000
27/54
Southwest: West Seattle
2000
27/55
Southwest: Magnolia
2001
27/56
West: Queen Anne
2000
Parks, Recreation, and Culture
1999-2003
Box/Folder
28/1
Arts Groups and Issues: Admissions Tax
2001
28/2
Arts Groups and Issues: Artists' Space Forum
2001
28/3
Arts Groups and Issues: Arts Partnership Meeting
2003
28/4
Arts Groups and Issues: Cascade Symphony
2000
28/5
Arts Groups and Issues: Hip Hop Responds
2000
28/6
Arts Groups and Issues: Sculpture Park
2000
28/7
Arts Groups and Issues: Seattle Art Museum
2000
28/8
Arts Groups and Issues: Seattle Arts Commission
2002
28/9
Arts Groups and Issues: 2% for Arts
2000
28/10
Parks: Aquarium - Memorandum of Understanding
2000
28/11
Parks: Arboretum - Correspondence
2001
28/12
Parks: Correspondence
2001
28/13
Parks: Jefferson Park
2000
28/14
Parks: Levy Oversight Committee
2001
28/15
Parks: Off-Leash Areas - General Information
1997-2002
28/16
Parks: Off-Leash Areas - Sandpoint/Magnuson
2001
28/17
Parks: Off-Leash Areas - Volunteer Park
2000
28/18
Parks: Off-Leash Areas - West Crest Parks and Public Grounds
1999-2000
28/19
Parks: Olympic Sculpture Park
2002
28/20
Parks: Parks General
2000
28/21
Parks: Parks Complan
2000
28/22
Parks: Pro-Parks
2000
28/23
Parks: Pro-Parks Letters
2000
29/1
Parks: Ravenna Creek
2002
29/2
Parks: Sandpoint/Magnuson (1)
2001
29/3
Parks: Sandpoint/Magnuson (2)
2003
29/4
Parks: Sandpoint/Magnuson Park - Constituents' Letters
2003
29/5
Parks: Sandpoint/Magnuson Park - Correspondence
2000-2001
29/6
Parks: Seattle Center
2000
29/7
Parks: Seattle Chinese Garden
1999-2000
29/8
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo
2001
29/9
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo - Correspondence
2001
29/10
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo - Long Range Plan
2002
29/11
Seafair
2000-2001
29/12
Skateboarding: Rain City Skate Park
2000
29/13
Sports: General Information
2000
29/14
Sports: Mariners
2001
29/15
Sports: WNBA [Women's National Basketball Association]
2003
29/16
Teen Dance Ordinance: AADO [All Ages Dance Ordinance]
2002
29/17
Teen Dance Ordinance: Correspondence
2002
29/18
Teen Dance Ordinance: General Information
2000-2002
29/19
Teen Dance Ordinance (1)
2000
29/20
Teen Dance Ordinance (2)
1999-2000
Public Safety and Health
1999-2003
Box/Folder
30/1
Alcohol Impact Areas
2000
30/2
Animal Groups and Issues: Animal Control Volunteers
2001-2002
30/3
Animal Groups and Issues: Correspondence
2000-2001
30/4
Animal Groups and Issues: Exotic Animals - Anti-Circus
2000
30/5
Animal Groups and Issues: Exotic Animals - Exotic Animals Ordinance
2000
30/6
Animal Groups and Issues: Exotic Animals - General Information
2000
30/7
Animal Groups and Issues: Exotic Animals - Pro-Circus
2000
30/8
Animal Groups and Issues: Exotic Animals - Seattle Center Circus
2000
30/9
Animal Groups and Issues: General Information
2000
30/10
Animal Groups and Issues: Humane Society
2000
30/11
Animal Groups and Issues: PAWS
2000
30/12
Animal Groups and Issues: Sterling and Reid Circus
2002
30/13
Animal Groups and Issues: Treatment of Animals
1999-2000
30/14
City of Seattle: Auto Public Toilet
2001
30/15
City of Seattle: Belltown Night Out
2000
30/16
Community Service Officers
2000
30/17
Compass Leadership Team
2001
30/18
Compass Privacy Council
2001
30/19
Criminal Justice/Crime: Correspondence
2001
30/20
Criminal Justice/Crime: Criminal Justice Reform
2001
30/21
Criminal Justice/Crime: Probation Liability Reform
2001
30/22
Dispute Resolution Center
2000
30/23
Dispute Resolution Center: King County Dispute Resolution Center
2001
30/24
API/DV Consortium
2002
30/25
Domestic Violence: Chaya
2001-2002
30/26
Domestic Violence: City Domestic Violence Funding
2001
30/27
Domestic Violence: Domestic Violence Council
2003
30/28
Domestic Violence: New Beginnings
2001
30/29
Domestic Violence: Workplace Protections
2001-2002
30/30
Drive to Survive
2000
30/31
Environmental Groups: City Year
2000
30/32
Environmental Groups: Community Coalition for Environmental Justice
2000-2002
30/33
Environmental Groups: Sierra Club
2000
30/34
Environmental Groups: Washington Toxics Coalition
2002-2003
31/1
Environmental Issues: Correspondence
2001
31/2
Environmental Issues: ECOSS [Environmental Coalition of South Seattle]
2002
31/3
Environmental Issues: Environmental Justice
2001
31/4
Environmental Issues: Global Warming
2000
31/5
Environmental Issues: Houger, Caroline
2000
31/6
Environmental Issues: Phosphates
2000
31/7
Environmental Issues: Rand, Larry
1999-2000
31/8
Environmental Issues: Salmon
2000
31/9
Environmental Issues: Seattle Public Utilities
2000
31/10
Environmental Issues: Snake River Dams
2000
31/11
Environmental Issues: Solid Waste
2000
31/12
Environmental Issues: South Park Toxic Tour
2001-2003
31/13
Environmental Issues: Tacoma Second Supply Agreement
2000
31/14
Environmental Issues: Waste
2000-2001
31/15
Fire Station 31 Task Force Letter
2003
31/16
Gypsy Moth Spraying
2000
31/17
Heart S. Schiess File
2001
31/18
Impoundment Correspondence
2000
31/19
Impoundment Law
2000
31/20
Noise Control Ordinance
1999
31/21
N-30 After Action Report
2001
31/22
Reclaim the Streets Party
2001
31/23
Rescue and Response: Basic Life Support Services
2000
31/24
Rescue and Response: Dive Rescue Team
2000
31/25
Seattle Fire Department
1999-2000
31/26
Smoking Issues: Restrictions
1999-2001
31/27
Swedish-Providence Merger
2000
31/28
WTO [WorldTradeOrganization]: Accountability Review
2000
31/29
WTO [WorldTradeOrganization]: General Information
2000
31/30
WTO [WorldTradeOrganization]: Hearings
2000
31/31
WTO [WorldTradeOrganization]: Protesters' Letters
2000
31/32
WTO [WorldTradeOrganization]: Seattle Host Organizations
2000
Social Services and Human Rights
1999-2003
Box/Folder
31/33
ADWAS [Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services]
2002
31/34
Casa Latina
1999-2001
31/35
Casa Latina: Correspondence
2001
31/36
Children's Issues: Washington Kids Count
2002
32/1
GLBT [Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered] Issues and Groups: Citizens for Enforceable Discrimination Laws
2002
32/2
GLBT [Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered] Issues and Groups: Gay City Health Project
2000
32/3
GLBT [Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered] Issues and Groups: Gay Standard
2001
32/4
GLBT [Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered] Issues and Groups: Lambert House
2001
32/5
Human Rights: Amnesty International
2000
32/6
Human Rights: CURE [Coalition to Undo Racism Everywhere]
2001
32/7
Human Rights: People's Coalition for Justice
2000
32/8
Human Rights: SOS [Street Outreach Services]
2001
32/9
Human Rights: UIR [Undoing Institutional Racism]
2001
32/10
Women's Issues: Planet NW
2002-2003
32/11
Women's Issues: Women's Statistics
1993-2000
32/12
Youth Groups: Seattle Young People's Project
2001
21/13
Youth Groups: Seattle Youth Involvement Network
2000-2002
Technology
2001
Box/Folder
32/14
Winfirst Franchise
2001
Transportation
1999-2003
Box/Folder
32/15
Alaska Way Viaduct
2002
32/17
Bicycles
2001
32/18
Bundy
1999-2000
32/19
Business Access and Transit Lane
2003
32/20
Comprehensive Plan
2000
32/21
Correspondence
2000-2001
32/22
Euro Visit
2000
32/23
FlexCar Program
2000
32/24
Floating Tunnel
2000
32/25
Metro Transit
2000
32/26
Neighborhood Parking
2001
32/27
Parking
2000
32/28
Parking Meters
2002
32/29
Parking User Fee Tax
2000-2002
32/30
Ride Free Express
2001
33/1
Sane Transit
2000
33/2
Schmitzer Alley Vacation
2002
33/3
Sink Hole/The Government
1999-2003
33/4
South Lake Union Streetcar
2003
33/5
Street Vendor Fees
2002
33/6
Taxis: Correspondence
2003
33/7
Taxis: Elliot Bay Water Taxi
2001
33/8
Traffic Management
2000
33/9
Urban Transit System
2000
Utilities
2001-2002
Box/Folder
33/10
Cascade Water Agreement
2002
33/11
City Light: Bond Rating
2002
33/12
City Light: Memos
2002
33/13
City Light: Municipal League of King County
2002
33/14
City Light: Skagit Environment Commission
2002
33/15
Public Utilities Oversight
2002
33/16
Water Rates
2001

4661-03:  Landlord/Tenant and Land Use Committee Files, 1999-2003Return to Top

1.8 cubic ft., ((5 boxes))

Records in this series relate to the activities and recommendations of the Land Use Committee and its chair Judy Nicastro in matters concerning landlord/tenant relations, urban design and land use, and quasi-judicial land use issues. While the bulk of the records in the series are textual, graphic materials in the form of architectural renderings and maps accompany some rezone proposals and urban design guidelines. Records are arranged chronologically.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
February 15 - September 8
2000
2
September 19, 2000 - July 3, 2001
2000-2001
3
July 17, 2001 - June 4, 2002
2001-2002
4
June 18, 2002 - May 6, 2003
2002-2003
5
May 20 - September 30
2003