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File #: 2015-0393    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 11/2/2015 In control: Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee
On agenda: Final action: 2/1/2016
Enactment date: 2/10/2016 Enactment #: 18227
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to the duties of the facilities management division of the department of executive services, in coordination with the department of natural resources and parks, to administer real property and real property interests obtained by the county in the course of providing services to the King County Flood Control Zone District; and amending Ordinance 12045, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 4.56.060.
Sponsors: Reagan Dunn, Larry Gossett
Indexes: Executive Services, Natural Resources, Department of
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 18227.pdf, 2. 2015-0393 legislative review form.pdf, 3. 2015-0393 revised KCFCD FN.xls, 4. 2015-0393 Transmittal Letter.doc, 5. 2015-0393_SR_FMDFloodDistrictProperty_01-19-16, 6. 2015-0393_AMD_Title_Amendment, 7. 2015-0393_AMD1_Striking_Amendment, 8. 2015-0393_RevisedSR_FMDFloodDistrictProperty.docx, 9. 18227 Striking Amendment S1 - 2-1-16.pdf
Staff: Auzins, Erin
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AN ORDINANCE relating to the duties of the facilities management division of the department of executive services, in coordination with the department of natural resources and parks, to administer real property and real property interests obtained by the county in the course of providing services to the King County Flood Control Zone District; and amending Ordinance 12045, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 4.56.060.
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STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. Beginning on January 1, 2008, the department of natural resources and parks ("the department") has functioned as the primary service provider to the King County Flood Control Zone District ("the district") under an interlocal agreement between King County and the district, as authorized by chapter 39.34 RCW. Among its duties as service provider, the department implements the district's annual work program.
2. A substantial portion of the district's annual work program involves capital flood management or protection projects, which are implemented by the water and land resources division of the department. The department's implementation of projects includes planning and design, obtaining of permits, acquisition of necessary real property and real property interests, construction, and post-construction operation, maintenance, reporting and monitoring.
3. Under section 9 of the interlocal agreement between the county and the district, the county has acquired on behalf of the district real property or real property interests, with title to the real property and real property interests taken in the name of the county for later transfer to the district, as required by RCW 86.15.080.
4. When the district desires to transfer real property and real property interests from the county to the district or a third party in accordance with RCW 86.15.210, it is the intent of the district, by resolution, to provide direction to the county either to convey these properties or interests to itself or third parties or to se...

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