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Richard McIver City Council Records, 1996-2009

Overview of the Collection

Creator
McIver, Richard J.
Title
Richard McIver City Council Records
Dates
1996-2009 (inclusive)
Quantity
3,528 digital files, (446 mb)
18.4 cubic feet
Collection Number
4654
Summary
Records of Seattle City Council Member Richard McIver.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Record Group 4654 documents Richard McIver's tenure on the Seattle City Council and reflects his activities in various Council committees.

Records contained in Series I, Electronic Correspondence, include general correspondence from Councilmember Judy Nicastro and her Legislative Assistants. It includes series includes general correspondence from Councilmember Richard McIver and his Legislative Assistant Francis Youn.

Records contained in Series II,Subject Files, include correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and other materials reflecting McIver’s interests and work on City Council.

Records contained in Series III,Transportation Committee Records, include agendas, draft legislation, correspondence, reports, and staff notes relating to traffic and transportation issues referred to the Committee.

Records contained in Series IV,Housing, Human Services, and Community Development Committee Records, include agendas, draft legislation, correspondence, reports, and notes related to issues before the committee during McIver's tenure as chair.

Records contained in Series V, Finance and Budget Committee Records, Agendas, draft legislation, staff reports, studies, correspondence, and memoranda related to City finances and budget matters that came before the Committee during McIver's tenure as chair.

Records contained in Series VI, Housing and Economic Development Committee Records, include agendas, draft legislation, background information, and reports covering issues before the committee, including multi-family housing, Bush Hotel rehabilitation, Fort Lawton redevelopment plan, and condominium conversion, among others.

Records contained in Series VII, Video Collection, include related videos.

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Richard McIver served 13 years on the Seattle City Council. He was appointed on January 27, 1997, by a vote of the City Council, to fill the seat vacated by John Manning who resigned after pleading guilty to domestic violence charges. McIver was to serve until the next scheduled election when candidates would run to fill out the final two years of Manning’s term. However, McIver chose to run for the seat being vacated by Cheryl Chow who was stepping down after serving two terms on Council.

McIver was elected to a full term at the November 1997 election and subsequently was reelected for two more terms. Although his 1997 election was a landslide victory, he faced stiff opposition in 2001 and 2005. In the former election he faced Grant Cogswell, the mercurial Monorail advocate. McIver won with just under 55 percent of the vote, an unusually narrow margin for a sitting Council member. In 2005, his opponent was State Democratic Party leader Dwight Pelz; this time McIver received 53.5 percent of the vote.

McIver, born in 1941, was a native of Seattle. He graduated from Garfield High School and attended Fairhaven College at Western Washington University where he received an interdisciplinary Bachelor’s degree in Community Development, including majors in Urban Planning and Finance. After college McIver served 16 years with the City of Seattle in the Office of Urban Renewal and the Department of Community Development. Following his tenure with the City, he worked in a variety of planning and community development organizations. Among those was the Washington DC consulting firm A.L. Nellum and Associates where he administered HUD-funded efforts related to economic development in 21 communities around the country. He also served a stint as development director for the Tacoma Housing Authority, and just before his appointment to City Council, McIver was the Executive Director of the Washington Association for Community Economic Development, a state-wide association committed to the revitalization of disadvantaged communities.

While serving on City Council, McIver chaired four committees, all of which covered areas of expertise that he had developed over a long career of public service. He chaired the Transportation Committee (1997-2001); Housing, Human Services and Community Development (2002-2003); Finance and Budget (2004-2007); and Housing and Community Development (2008-2009).

McIver was a powerful advocate for disadvantaged communities and underdeveloped neighborhoods. He was also an outspoken advocate for the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative, which was created to combat institutional racism. He was fiscally conservative when it came to the City’s budget. As chair of the Budget Committee, he asked critical and sometimes acerbic questions about agency budget items.

McIver’s final term in office was beset with some personal problems and health issues that undoubtedly played a role in his decision not to run for another term.

After McIver left City Council, he became the executive director of the Rainier Valley Community Development Fund, an organization he helped establish in 2006. The Fund provides loans to small businesses and real estate developers in the Rainier Valley.

McIver’s health deteriorated in 2012 following a stroke and he died on March 9, 2013.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

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

4654-01:  Electronic Correspondence, 1999-2009Return to Top

98.0 digital files, (202 mb)

This series includes general correspondence from Councilmember Richard McIver and his Legislative Assistant Francis Youn. It contains internal and external correspondence revolving around the business of the city council, including transportation issues, housing and economic development. A large proportion of the records is constituent correspondence, advocating for or against proposed legislation or addressing specific city issues or concerns.

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

4654-02:  Subject Files, 1996-2009,   (bulk 1997-2001) Return to Top

12.0 cubic feet
3,430 digital files, (244 mb)

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and other materials reflecting McIver’s interests and work on City Council, especially issues that came before the committees he chaired and those on which he served. Although the records touch on all issues that came before the Council during his tenure, the largest grouping of records relate to transportation issues, housing and neighborhood development, fair extension of social services, police accountability, and race and social justice concerns.

Among the major transportation and traffic issues addressed during McIver’s years on Council were the development and construction of light rail, revitalization of the Magnolia Bridge, discussion of the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement, implementation of pedestrian safety strategies, building a new SR 520 bridge, and the approval, planning, and ultimate rejection of the Monorail alternative to light rail.

Much of the neighborhood development material relates to south Seattle, especially Duwamish, Rainier Valley, southeast Seattle, and the Central District. The records reflect the City’s concerns over gentrification, affordable housing, gang and youth violence, and economic development. Education and social service issues in the records affect those neighborhoods, but are also City-wide. These include the Families and Education Levy, homelessness, the need for affordable child care, and domestic violence prevention. There are also materials related to equity for women and minorities in contracting and doing business with the City.

Beyond the public safety concerns already noted, McIver’s records illustrate his strong views on police accountability. Subjects covered include the Police Firearms Review Board, Office of Professional Accountability, the OPA Review Board, and issues around racial profiling.

Several files deal with the appointment and confirmation process for department heads, including the failed reappointment of Gary Zarker as superintendent of City Light. Also included are files related to a 2008 ethics investigation of McIver.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Several file extensions were restored after being identified by DROID.

Arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Transportation: Elliott Bay Water Taxi
1997-1998
1/2
Proposed Downtown Business Improvement Area (BIA): Constituent Letters
1998-1998
1/3
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: July 1997
1997-1997
1/4
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: January 1998
1998-1998
1/5
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: February 1998
1998-1998
1/6
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: March 1998
1998-1998
2/1
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: April 1998
1998-1998
2/2
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: May 1998
1998-1998
2/3
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: June 1998
1998-1998
2/4
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: July 1998
1998-1998
2/5
Regional Transit Authority: Sound Transit Finance Committee Meeting Notes: January 1999
1999-1999
3/1
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1998-1998
3/2
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1998-1998
3/3
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1998-1998
3/4
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1998-1998
3/5
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1999-1999
4/1
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1999-1999
4/2
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1999-1999
4/3
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1999-1999
4/4
Trans - Lake Washington Study Committee: Meeting Materials
1999-1999
4/5
City of Seattle: Strategic Capital Agenda
1999-1999
5/1
Holly Park Redevelopment / City of Seattle Memorandum of Agreement
1997-1998
5/2
Seattle City Council: Community Forums
1998-1998
5/3
W / MBE and Apprenticeship Program: Commitments by Contract
1998-1998
5/4
Adopting Statements of Legislative Intent for the 1999 - 2000 Budget
1999-1999
5/5
Blue Ribbon Commission on Transportation: Preliminary Draft
2000-2000
5/6
Construction of the Tacoma Link Light Rail Segment: Information Packet
2001-2001
5/7
2000 Quarterly Reports: Seattle and King County Public Health
2000-2000
6/1
Washington State Convention and Trade Center Expansion Project
1998-1999
6/2
Washington State Convention and Trade Center Expansion Project
1998-1999
6/3
Washington State Convention and Trade Center Expansion Project
1998-1999
6/4
Georgetown Powerplant Museum
1997-1997
6/5
VA Hospital: Healthcare Without Harm
1998-1998
7/1
Ballard Terminal Railroad Company (BTRC): Rail Service, Council Member Notes and Constituent Mail
1998-1998
7/2
Ballard Terminal Railroad Company (BTRC): Rail Service, Council Member Notes and Constituent Mail
1998-1998
7/3
Seattle Mariners New Ballpark
1997-1997
7/4
Off Leash Area at Magnuson Park
1999-1999
7/5
Proposed Seattle Aquarium Development
1998-1998
7/6
First Right to Purchase Ordinance: Council Member Notes and Constituent Mail
1998-1998
7/7
Proposed Percent Increase for Art Ordinance
2000-2000
8/1
Seattle Engineering Department Surveys
1994-1995
8/2
Seattle Transportation Surveys
1997-1997
8/3
Various Residential Surveys
1997-1997
8/4
AT & T / TCI Merger: Council Member Notes and Constituent Mail
1999-1999
8/5
Light Rail Noise Ordinance: Constituent and Council Member Letters
1999-2000
8/6
Summer Olympics Bid 2012: Constituent Mail
1998-1998
8/7
Start Up Plan for Sand Point
1996-1996
8/8
Land Slide Issues
1997-1997
8/9
Discovery Park: People's Lodge and Constituent Mail
1998-1998
8/10
Seaplanes: Constituent Mail
1997-1997
9/1
Transportation Strategic Plan Comments
1998-1998
9/2
Trans - Lake Washington Study: State Route 520 Proposal
1997-1997
9/3
Feasibility Study: Proposal to Establish a City Wide System of Flat Rate Taxicab Fares to Sea - Tac Airport
2000-2000
9/4
Safeco Ballpark Street Vacations
1997-1997
9/5
Washington State Convention and Trade Center: Expansion Project
1997-1997
9/6
Washington State Convention and Trade Center: Expansion Project
1997-1997
9/7
PacMed Lease Agreement: Questions and Answers
1998-1998
9/8
Revised Regional Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA)
1997-1997
10/1
Audit of Office of the City Auditor by Independenct Firm
2002-2002
10/2
Department of Construction and Land Use Director Confirmation. Diane Sugimura.
2003-2003
10/3
Hearing Examiner. Confirmation Process and Questions.
2002-2003
10/4
Six-Year Capital Spending Plan, 1997-2002
1997-1997
10/5
Libraries for All. Financial Summary.
2002-2002
10/6
Municipal Court. Elimination of Two Judicial Positions.
2001-2001
10/7
Pro Parks 2000 Levy Recommendations
2000-2000
10/8
Seattle Center
1997-1999
10/9
Seattle Police Department
1999-2000
10/10
Colman Dock Expansion. Karen Schmidt Meeting Briefing Memo.
1999-1999
10/11
Airport Noise
2001-2002
10/12
Alcohol Impact Areas.
2001-2002
10/13
City Council Authority During Emergencies
2001-2001
10/14
Greater Duwamish Rezone
1999-1999
10/15
Greater Duwamish Neighborhood Plan. Public Hearing Testimony and Correspondence
2000-2000
10/16
Galer Street Ramp Project. Immunex.
1995-1998
10/17
Contracting Equity Framework
1999-1999
10/18
Equal Benefits Ordinance
1999-1999
10/19
Jefferson Park Golf Course Master Plan
1997-1998
10/20
San Point Negotiations. Muckleshoot Tribe
1995-1995
10/21
Municipal Civic Center. Key Tower
1998-1998
10/22
Athletic Fields Resolution (JAFDP)
2002-2002
10/23
Seattle Senior Housing Program
2002-2003
10/24
Accessory Dwelling Unit Pilot
2001-2001
10/25
Bonus Floor Area Public Hearing. R.C. Hedreen Company Comments
2002-2002
10/26
Traffic Code. 24-Hour Parking Ordinance
2000-2000
10/27
Parks Code Enhanced Enforcement aka Parks Exclusion Law
1997-1999
11/1
Parking Issues
1994-1999
11/2
Skybridges and Pedestrian Bridges
1996-1997
11/3
Lake Union Crew Rowing Club
1998-1998
11/4
Slides and Slide Outreach
1996-1997
11/5
Taxicab Issues
1997-2000
11/6
Elliott Bay Water Taxi
1997-1998
11/7
All Ages Dance Ordinance/Teen Dance Ordinance
2002-2002
11/8
Tenant's Union
1997-1997
11/9
Transit Service. Central and Southeast Seattle.
1997-1997
11/10
Transportation Bond Measure
1997-1997
11/11
School Bus Fee Increase
2001-2001
11/12
Metro Bus Service Issues
1998-1998
11/13
Monorail
2000-2000
11/14
Light Rail. Rainier Valley Station Area Rezones.
2001-2001
11/15
Monorail
1996-1998
11/16
Magnolia Bridge Reopening
1997-1997
11/17
Asia Pacific Cities Summit. Police Situation Planning Briefing
2001-2001
11/18
Jefferson Park View Protection
2000-2000
12/1
Arboretum/Lakeside Trail
1996-1997
12/2
Arboretum/Lakeside Trail
1998-1999
12/3
Arboretum Master Plan
2001-2001
12/4
Admiral Neighborhood Parking Garage
1999-2000
12/5
Shoreline Street Ends
1999-1999
12/6
Solid Waste Issues
2003-2004
12/7
Water Rates
2000-2002
12/8
Transportation. Federal Priorities
2002-2003
12/9
Transportation Bond Issue
1997-1997
12/10
Aurora Avenue (SR-99). Aurora Avenue Merchants Association
2003-2003
12/11
Waterfront Transportation Issues
2000-2000
12/12
City Vehicle Take Home Criteria
2000-2000
12/13
Recycling Issues
2003-2003
12/14
Police. Patrol Car Video Camera Project
2003-2004
12/15
Police. Overtime Analysis
2001-2002
12/16
Police. Public Consultation on Police Accountability. Amnesty International Public Hearing.
2000-2000
12/17
Police. Fire Arms Review Reports
2000-2002
13/1
Police. Office of Professional Accountability Review Board
2002-2003
13/2
Police. Racial Profiling and the Seattle Police Department. A Community Forum
1999-1999
13/3
Community Development Associations
2003-2003
13/4
Municipal Court. Community Courts and Re-Licensing Agencies
2004-2005
13/5
Seattle Human Rights Commission. Testimony to Public Safety Committee.
2001-2001
13/6
Fire Facilities Ballot Measure
2003-2003
13/7
False Alarm Legislation
2003-2003
13/8
Executive Department Accountability Agreement
2003-2003
13/9
Ethics and Elections
1998-2000
13/10
Mitigating the Effect of a City Workforce Reduction
2002-2002
13/11
McIver Office Strategic Plan. First Quarter.
1998-1998
13/12
City Light Audit. Vantage Consulting, Inc.
2002-2002
13/14
Greenhouse Gases. Sulfur Hexafluoride Leakage.
2002-2002
13/15
City Light Refinancing. Enron
2002-2002
13/16
Gary Zarker, Superintendent of City Light
2002-2003
13/17
City Light Organizational Design
2004-2004
13/18
Human Development Framework
2000-2000
13/19
Timber Volumes Sold in 2005
2005-2005
13/20
Child Care Issues
1997-2002
13/21
Croft Place Planned Residential Development
2003-2003
13/22
Car Recovery Clinic (DWLS)
2002-2003
13/23
Neighborhood Plans Status
1998-1998
13/24
Northgate Public Hearing Documents (June 10)
2003-2003
13/25
Woodland Park Zoo Parking Garage
2004-2004
14/1
Thornton Creek Legal Defense Fund. Northgate Public Hearing Comments
2003-2003
14/2
Olympic Pipeline Safety Immediate Action Plan
1999-1999
14/3
Urban Renewal Closeouts
1997-1998
14/4
Deciding the Future of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Information Kit
2001-2001
14/5
Walgreen's Drug Store. Rainier Valley
1998-1999
14/6
Save Lane Street. Uwajimaya
2002-2002
14/7
University of Washington. Lease Lid Ordinance
2004-2004
14/8
Taxicabs. Cab Drivers Alliance. Safety Concerns.
2004-2005
14/9
South Lake Union Development Public Hearing Materials
2003-2003
14/10
Sex Offender Housing
2003-2003
14/11
Sonics/Storm. City Share of Key Arena Revenue, 1995-2004
2005-2005
14/12
Black Dollar Days Task Force
1997-1998
14/13
Seattle Housing Authority. Minority Hiring and Contracting
2004-2004
14/14
Racial and Ethnic Disparity
2001-2001
14/15
Sane Transit Lawsuit
2002-2002
14/16
African-American Community Health Network
1999-2001
14/17
Robert Chinn Foundation/Asian Resource Center
2001-2001
14/18
Laurelhurst Community Club. Battelle Settlement
2004-2004
15/1
CAMPI Program
1998-1998
15/2
Casa Latina
2004-2005
15/3
Central Area Youth Association
1998-1998
15/4
Apartment Association of Seattle and King County. Political Affairs Committee
1997-1997
15/5
Duwamish Peninsula Community Commission
1997-1997
15/6
Seattle Black Firefighters Association
1998-1998
15/7
International District Multi-Family Rehabilitation Program
2001-2001
15/8
Light Rail Issues
1997-1998
15/9
Consolidated Plan. Committee Discussion
2004-2004
15/10
RTA Alternative Alignments. Public Hearing (April20)
1998-1998
15/11
Regional Issues. OIR Briefing
2003-2003
15/12
Dangerous Dogs Ordinance Comments
2001-2001
15/13
Pioneer Square Business Improvement Area Public Hearing (December 7)
2005-2005
15/14
Sand Point/Magnuson Park. Sports Complex Lighting
2003-2003
15/15
Senior Housing Rent Structure Review Committee
2003-2003
15/16
Consolidated Plan Updates
2002-2004
15/17
Project Lift-Off
1999-1999
15/18
Olympic Pipeline
2001-2001
15/19
Volunteer Park
2000-2000
15/20
Women and Minority Business Enterprise Issues
1999-1999
15/21
Northgate Development Plan
1999-1999
15/22
Office of Housing
2002-2003
15/23
P-Patch Program
2004-2004
15/24
Office of Professional Accountability
2000-2000
12/25
Public Hygiene Facilities
15/26
Initiative 200 Impacts
2001-2001
15/27
Federal Appropriations
2004-2004
15/28
Childcare Subsidy Support
2000-2000
16/1
Food Initiative
2003-2003
16/2
Golf. Statement of Legislative Intent
2004-2004
16/3
Department of Construction and Land Use Enforcement Timeline
1999-1999
16/4
Families and Education Levy. Mayor's Survey
2004-2004
16/5
Families and Education Levy. Support Letters
2004-2004
16/6
Branch Villa Project. Property Use and Development Amendments
2002-2002
16/7
NUCOR Steel. Utility Charges Issues
2002-2004
16/8
Accessory Dwelling Unit Regulations
1998-1998
16/9
Advisory Council on Aging and Disability Services
2002-2003
16/10
Animal Control Ordinance
2000-2000
16/11
African-American Health Status. Brown Bag
1999-1999
16/12
Human Services Department Issues
2003-2003
16/13
Lowman Building Rehabilitation
2004-2004
16/14
Metropolitan Improvement District
2004-2004
16/15
City Athletic Fields
2003-2003
16/16
University of Washington Campus Master Plan
2002-2002
17/1
Driving with License Suspended. Impoundment
1999-2000
17/2
City Domestic Violence Funding
2001-2004
17/3
Domestic Violence. Response to Statement of Legislative Intent
2003-2003
17/4
Harborview Medical Center. Street Vacation
2001-2001
17/5
High Point Hope VI Phase One
1997-2000
17/6
Seattle King County Consolidated Continuum of Care. Homeless Assistance Briefing
2003-2003
17/7
Homeless Center Analysis
2005-2005
17/8
Homelessness Strategic Response
2001-2002
17/9
Seattle Housing and Resource Effort (SHARE) Program Assessment
2001-2001
17/10
Tent City. Councilmember Concerns
2002-2002
17/11
Homelessness. Winter Response Plan.
2004-2004
17/12
King County International Airport. Boeing Field
1997-1998
17/13
African-American Museum
2001-2001
17/14
Magnuson Park. Athletic Field Lighting
2004-2004
17/15
Magnuson Park. Athletic Field Lighting
2004-2004
17/16
Sylvan Way
1998-1998
17/17
Sylvan Way Development
1997-1997
17/18
Hawthorne Hills Community Club
1998-1998
17/19
Central Area Housing Initiatives
1998-1998
17/20
Yesler-Atlantic Project Area
1999-1999
17/21
Fremont. Quadrant Project
1998-1998
17/22
Genesee Street Project
1998-1998
17/23
Seattle/University of Washington First Bi-Annual Meeting
2000-2000
17/24
Radford Court Apartments Project
2000-2000
18/1
Driving with License Suspended. Impoundment.
2000-2004
18/2
Radford Court Street Vacation
2000-2000
18/3
Radford Court Street Vacation
2000-2000
18/4
Radford Court Street Vacation
2000-2000
18/5
University of Washington and the State. Talking Points.
2000-2000
18/6
University of Washington and Puget Sound
2000-2000
18/7
Thornton Creek Daylighting
2000-2000
18/8
Phinney Ridge/Greenwood/Greenlake
1997-1999
18/9
Greenwood Branch. Seattle Public Library
2000-2000
18/10
North Capitol Hill. Transportation Issues
1998-1999
18/11
Light Rail. Station Area Planning
1999-1999
18/12
Central Area Traffic Issues
1995-1998
18/13
Admiral Neighborhood Transportation Planning
2000-2000
18/14
Sand Point Community Housing Association
2003-2003
18/15
West Seattle Neighborhood
1998-1998
18/16
Workforce Housing Incentive Program
2008-2008
18/17
Seattle Housing Levy Renewal Technical Advisory Committee
2008-2008
19/1
Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle Board of Director's Manual
2009-2009
19/2
Libraries for All Oversight Committee
2004-2004
19/3
City Retirement Board Director Search
2007-2007
19/4
City Retirement Board Director Search
1999-2000
19/5
City Retirement System
2004-2007
19/6
Nightlife Premises Legislation
2007-2007
19/8
Proposed New Executive 5 Pay Band
2007-2007
19/8
Quarterly Investment Reports
2006-2007
19/9
Fleets and Facilities. City Facilities
2005-2007
19/10
Budget Related Materials
2006-2007
19/11
Domestic Violence Funding
2003-2005
19/12
Taxicab Advisory Group
2005-2005
19/13
Sound Transit Issues
1998-2004
19/14
Retirement Office Executive Director
2008-2008
19/15
Seattle Center. Key Arena
2006-2006
19/16
Museum of History and Industry
2004-2007
19/17
Finance and Budget Work Plan
2004-2005
19/18
Budget Issues
2002-2006
19/19
Fleets and Facilities
2005-2006
20/1
Legislative Department. Organization
2008-2008
20/2
Seattle Police Department
2003-2008
20/3
Environment
2005-2006
20/4
Parks
2003-2005
20/5
Housing Levy
2005-2009
20/6
Rainier Valley Community Development Fund
2005-2009
20/7
Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP)
2005-2007
20/8
Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP) Comprehensive Organizational Assessment. Final Report
2006-2006
20/9
Homelessness
2005-2007
20/10
Transportation
2009-2010
20/11
Seattle Streetcar Network
2008-2008
20/12
Mercer Street Corridor
2008-2008
20/13
Seattle Department of Transportation
2004-2006
20/14
Housing Brown Bag
2007-2007
20/15
Community Development Block Grant Funds
2004-2009
20/16
Comprehensive Plan
2007-2008
20/17
Seattle Displacement Coalition
2008-2008
20/18
Utilities
2005-2009
20/19
Race and Social Justice Initiative
2007-2008
21/1
Office of Economic Development Strategic Framework
2009-2009
21/2
Office of Economic Development
2009-2009
21/3
Office of Economic Development. Section 108 Loans
2009-2009
21/4
Casa Latina
2004-2007
21/5
Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness. Briefing
2009-2009
21/6
Wastewater Rate and Growth-Pays-for-Growth
2009-2009
21/7
Housing General
2008-2008
21/8
City Auditor
2002-2005
22/1
Key Arena's Future
2006-2006
22/2
Bridging the Gap. City's Transit Partnership Proposal
2007-2007
22/3
Adult Entertainment Regulations Background. Articles and Case Law
2000-2000
22/4
Adult Entertainment Regulations Background. Licensing Ordinances
2000-2000
22/5
Adult Entertainment Regulations Background. Zoning
2000-2000
22/6
Seattle Fire Department
2005-2006
22/7
Fire Levy
2006-2007
22/8
Housing Issues
2007-2009
22/9
Housing Issues. Incentive Zoning
2008-2008
22/10
Housing Issues. Fort Lawton
2008-2008
22/11
Housing Issues. Multifamily NOFA Credit Committee
2008-2008
22/12
Executive Summary. City of Seattle Housing Issues
2008-2008
23/1
Law Enforcement and Human Service Pilot Projects
2006-2006
23/2
Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP)
2007-2007
23/3
Human Services. Immigrants and Refugees
2006-2006
23/4
North Helpline Emergency Services
2007-2007
23/5
How to Make Development Benefit All Families. Brown Bag
2007-2007
23/6
Seattle Human Rights Commission Appeal Process
2007-2007
23/7
HUD Section 108 Loan Program
2006-2008
23/8
Business Improvement Areas (BIA) Districts
2006-2006
23/9
Central Area Action Plan
2006-2007
23/10
Office of Economic Development. Director's Search
2007-2007
23/11
Rainier Valley Community Development Fund
2006-2007
23/12
Southeast Seattle Action Agenda. Community Renewal Designation
2007-2007
23/13
Office of Economic Development. Loan Reports and Real Estate Activities
2007-2007
23/14
City Priorities for Southeast Seattle
2007-2007
23/15
North Highline. Potential Annexation Area
2006-2006
23/16
Facade Improvement Program
2006-2006
23/17
Section 108 Loans
2006-2006
23/18
Parks. Skateboard Parks
2007-2007
23/19
Parks. South Lake Union Park
2006-2006
23/20
Department Head Reconfirmation Process (includes questions posed to Grace Crunican)
2006-2006
23/21
Broadband Salaries. Compensation
2006-2006
23/22
Office of Professional Accountability. Central Staff Report
2006-2006
23/23
Neighborhood Policing Staffing Plan
2007-2007
23/24
Seattle Community Court Review
2005-2006
23/25
Municipal Court. Day Reporting Program
2006-2006
23/26
Public Safety Community Survey
2006-2006
23/27
Seattle Police Management Association. Discipline Ordinance
2007-2007
23/28
Transportation. Bridging the Gap
2006-2007
23/29
Seattle Housing Authority. Drug-Free Communities Support Program
2002-2002
23/30
Swedish Medical Center. Nurses Labor Negotiations
2005-2005
24/1
Transit Options for Ballard and West Seattle
2006-2006
24/2
Transportation. Pedestrian Safety
2007-2007
24/3
Transportation. Sound Transit
2006-2006
24/4
Transportation. State Road 520
2006-2006
24/5
Transportation. Terminal 25, Port of Seattle
2006-2006
24/6
Confirmation Questions. Department of Executive Administration Director
2007-2007
24/7
Nightlife Premises Legislation
2007-2007
24/8
Regional Transportation Improvement District
2003-2003
24/9
Transportation Bond
1997-1997
24/10
Northgate Mall Development Agreement
2003-2003
23/11
Racial Profiling
2001-2003
24/12
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall
2002-2003
24/13
Filipino Community Center
2001-2001
24/14
Fort Lawton Reuse
2008-2008
24/15
Fort Lawton Reuse
2008-2008
24/16
Rainier Valley/Columbia City Gentrification
2006-2006
24/17
Hygiene Center Clarifications
2003-2003
24/18
Housing Finance Commission. McIver Appointment
2003-2003
24/19
Homesight Seattle Program
1997-2002
24/20
Black-on-Black Crime Coalition
2008-2008
24/21
WMBE Issues and BOOST Program
2001-2004
25/1
Initiative 695 Impacts
1999-2000
25/2
Initiative 200 and Affirmative Action
1998-2005
25/3
The First Tee
1998-1998
25/4
Department of Executive Administration
2006-2006
25/5
Casa Latina
2007-2007
25/6
Seattle Area East African Community
1997-1998
25/7
Fannie Mae
1998-1999
25/8
Coleman School Development and Reuse
2001-2003
25/9
Office of Economic Development
2004-2006
25/10
WMBE Issues and Glove-1, Inc.
1997-1998
25/11
Human Services
2002-2003
26/1
African-American Museum and Cultural Center
1994-2002
26/2
Multi-Family Tax Exemption
2001-2003
26/3
State Road 520 Bridge Comments
2006-2006
26/4
Affirmative Action Reference Materials
25/5
Branch Villa Nursing Home Rezone
1991-1998
26/6
Branch Villa Nursing Home Rezone
1999-2000
26/7
Family and Education Levy. Support Letters
2004-2004
26/8
Alaskan Way Viaduct
2006-2007
26/9
Youth and Gang Violence Prevention
2008-2008
27/1
Seattle Monorail Project
2003-2003
27/2
Seattle Monorail Project
2004-2004
27/3
Seattle Monorail Project
2005-2005
27/4
Monorail Alignment Summary Mitigation
2004-2004
27/5
Monorail Transit Way Agreement Public Hearing (June 14, 2004)
2004-2004
27/6
Monorail Alignment Public Hearing (April 26, 2004)
2004-2004
27/7
Families and Education Levy
2004-2006
27/8
Oscar's II Restaurant and Bar
1998-1998
27/9
Benaroya Hall Transfer of Development Rights
1998-2005
27/10
Admiral Assisted Living Complex
1998-1998
27/11
Brightwater Treatment Plant (Proposed)
2003-2004
27/12
Office of Housing Work Programs
2001-2005
27/13
Driving with Suspended License. Auto Impound
2004-2004
27/14
South Lake Union Streetcar
2004-2007
27/15
John C. Cannon Retirement and Assisted Living Residence
2000-2002
28/1
Seattle Public Schools. Family Support Workers
2004-2005
28/2
Branch Villa Congregate Care Facility
1997-2001
28/3
BOOST Program and Puget Sound Disparity Study
2000-2003
28/4
Cadillac Hotel
2005-2005
28/5
North Highline Proposed Annexation
2006-2006
28/6
Seattle's Affordable Housing Agenda
1998-1998
28/7
Seattle Center Monorail Historic Landmark Designation
2003-2003
28/8
Lao Highland Association
2006-2006
28/9
Seattle University. Purchase of City Surplus Property
1997-1998
28/10
South Lake Union Park and Biotech Corridor
2003-2006
28/11
Initiative-77. Espresso Tax for Childcare and Early Learning
2002-2002
28/12
Racial Profiling
2000-2002
28/13
Pedestrian Skybridge. Seattle University
2000-2000
28/14
Strategic Capital Agenda
2004-2006
28/15
Yakima Jail Pilot Program Evaluation
2002-2002
28/16
Noise Ordinance
1999-1999
28/17
Wallingford. Providence House. Sexual Offender Transitional Home
2004-2004
28/18
Sexual Predator Housing Decisions
2003-2003
28/19
Alternate Work Schedules at City Light
2007-2007
28/20
King County Districting Commission
2005-2005
28/21
Downtown Rezone
2005-2005
28/22
First Place. Odessa Brown Clinic Property
2001-2002
29/1
Audit Indicators for City-Chartered Public Development Authorities
2009-2009
29/2
Jail Capacity Study
2009-2009
29/3
Seattle Public Utilities Performance Audit
2009-2009
29/4
Seattle Housing Authority. Rainier Vista
2002-2002
29/5
Seattle Housing Authority. High Point
2003-2003
29/6
Urban League
2001-2004
29/7
Rainier Valley Community Development Fund. Sound Transit
2002-2005
29/8
Initiative-200. Post-Passage Discussions
2000-2001
29/9
Woodland Park Zoo
2005-2007
29/10
Incentive Zoning
2008-2009
29/11
Multi-Family Tax Exemption (MFTE)
2008-2008
29/12
Homestead Community Land Trust
2008-2008
29/13
Magnuson Park. Hangar 27
2007-2008
29/14
National Union of Eritrean Women
2004-2005
29/15
North Highline Annexation
2004-2006
29/16
Alcohol Impact Areas
2006-2006
29/17
Clean Dreams Program
2007-2007
29/18
Lesbian Health Access Issues
1999-1999
30/1
Liveable South Downtown
2005-2006
30/2
Northgate Projects
2006-2006
30/3
Multi-Family Tax Exemption (MFTE)
2007-2007
30/4
Property Disposition. Jackson and 20th Avenue
2006-2006
30/5
Ethiopian Church
2007-2007
30/6
Domestic Violence. Data Collection Elements for Special Report
2006-2006
30/7
Family Services Neighborhood Walk Report
2007-2007
30/8
Seattle Transportation Priorities Letter
2001-2001
30/9
Central Area Senior Center
2006-2006
30/10
Thank You Letters
1997-1999
30/11
Overview K/J Street Revitalization Program (Tacoma). McIver Authored Report
1986-1986
30/12
Developing a Successful Commercial Revitalization Program. Prepared for the City of East Cleveland. McIver Authored Report.
1984-1984
30/13
McIver Election Campaign Materials
30/14
McIver Ephemera
30/15
Deposition re Oscar's Inc. v. City
2001-2001
30/16
Griffin, Hill and Associates. Ethics Investigation
2008-2008
30/17
Re City Auditor. Ethics Investigation
2008-2008
30/18
Re City Auditor. Ethics Investigation
2008-2008
30/19
Re City Auditor. Ethics Investigation
2008-2008

4654-03:  Transportation Committee Records,   (bulk 1997-2001) 1997-2001 1997-2001Return to Top

2.8 cubic feet
McIver, Richard J.Seattle (Wash.). City Clerk.

Agendas, draft legislation, correspondence, reports, and staff notes relating to traffic and transportation issues referred to the Committee.

Arranged chronologically.

4654-04:  Housing, Human Services, and Community Development Committee Records, 2002-2003,   (bulk 2002-2003) Return to Top

0.6 cubic foot

Agendas, draft legislation, correspondence, reports, and notes related to issues before the committee during McIver's tenure as chair.

Arranged chronologically.

4654-05:  Finance and Budget Committee Records, 2004-2007,   (bulk 2004-2007) Return to Top

1.8 cubic feet

Agendas, draft legislation, staff reports, studies, correspondence, and memoranda related to City finances and budget matters that came before the Committee during McIver's tenure as chair.

Arranged chronologically.

4654-06:  Housing and Economic Development Committee Records, 2008-2009,   (bulk 2008-2009) Return to Top

0.8 cubic foot

Agendas, draft legislation, background information, and reports covering issues before the committee, including multi-family housing, Bush Hotel rehabilitation, Fort Lawton redevelopment plan, and condominium conversion, among others. Arranged chronologically.

Arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Housing and Economic Development Committee (14 Folders)
2008-2008
2/1
Housing and Economic Development Committee (14 Folders)
2009-2009

4654-07:  Video Collection, 1997-2000Return to Top

0.4 cubic foot