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File #: 2017-0279    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/14/2017 In control: Budget and Fiscal Management Committee
On agenda: 9/25/2017 Final action: 9/25/2017
Enactment date: 9/29/2017 Enactment #: 18574
Title: AN ORDINANCE approving and adopting a proposed settlement agreement negotiated between King County and Sound Transit in that certain eminent domain proceeding captioned as central Puget Sound regional transit authority, a regional transit authority, dba Sound Transit V. King County, a Washington municipal corporation, successor in interest to the municipality of metropolitan Seattle; et al., King County superior court cause no. 15-2-22767-0 SEA, authorizing the executive to implement the terms of the settlement agreement upon entry of the agreed stipulated judgment and decree of appropriation by the superior court and to take other appropriate measures.
Sponsors: Dave Upthegrove, Rod Dembowski
Indexes: Agreement, Sound Transit
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 18574.pdf, 2. A. Settlement Agreement, Dated September 25, 2017, 3. 2017-0279 amendment 1.pdf, 4. A. Settlement Agreement, Dated September 13, 2017, 5. A. Settlement Agreement, 6. 2017-0279 legislative review form.pdf, 7. 2a. Property Summary - Northgate Transit Center.docx, 8. 2b. Hearing Notice - Northgate Transit Center.docx, 9. 3. Fiscal Note - Northgate Transit Center.xlsx, 10. 2017-0279 transmittal letter.doc, 11. 2017-0279_SR_Northgate Settlement Agreement.docx, 12. 2017-0279_ATT5_Color Map.pdf, 13. 2017-0279 hearing notice - publish: 9-6 SeattleTimes.doc, 14. 2017-0279_SR_Dated_09132017_Northgate Settlement Agreement_9-13.docx, 15. 2017-0279_ATT1_AMDT1_8-18-17 Ritzen edits 08-20-17.docx, 16. 2017-0279_ATT1A_AMDT-Settlement Agreement_REVISED 8-25-17.docx, 17. 2017-0279_ATT1B_AMDT-Exhibit B-REVISED 8-25-17.docx, 18. 2017-0279_ATT1C_AMDT-Development Agreement-REVISED 8-25-17 sd ms.docx, 19. 2017-0279 presss release.pdf, 20. 2017-0279 affidavit of pub -Seattle Times 9-6-17.pdf, 21. 2017-0279_SR_Northgate Settlement Agreement_9-13.docx, 22. ATT5_Color Map.pdf, 23. 2017-0279 AMDT_ThorntonCreek.docx, 24. A. Settlement Agreement, Dated September 25, 2017
Staff: Carlson, Paul
Title
AN ORDINANCE approving and adopting a proposed settlement agreement negotiated between King County and Sound Transit in that certain eminent domain proceeding captioned as central Puget Sound regional transit authority, a regional transit authority, dba Sound Transit V. King County, a Washington municipal corporation, successor in interest to the municipality of metropolitan Seattle; et al., King County superior court cause no. 15-2-22767-0 SEA, authorizing the executive to implement the terms of the settlement agreement upon entry of the agreed stipulated judgment and decree of appropriation by the superior court and to take other appropriate measures.
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STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. King County is the vested fee owner of the real property identified as King County tax parcel nos. 322604-9424 and 322604-9002 (collectively, "the parcels"), which are used by King County metro transit for commuter parking and related purposes serving the Northgate Park and Ride and Transit Center.
2. Sound Transit has filed a petition that seeks to condemn fee title to a portion of the parcels, as legally described and depicted in, and in the form of Exhibits A to Attachment A to this ordinance. Additionally, Sound Transit seeks to appropriate a temporary taking of additional portions of the parcels for a temporary construction easement ("TCE"), as depicted and described in, and in the form of Exhibit B to Attachment A to this ordinance. Together the fee-take portions and the TCE portions are referred to in this ordinance as "the condemned property."
3. After negotiations between King County and Sound Transit, a proposed settlement agreement and a proposed stipulated judgment and decree of appropriation have been agreed to and are attached as Attachment A to this ordinance and Exhibit E to Attachment A to this ordinance, respectively.
4. Sound Transit and King County have agreed that the total just compensation to be paid for Sound Transit's taking of the condemned propert...

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