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File #: 2020-0279    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/18/2020 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: Final action: 9/1/2020
Enactment date: 9/11/2020 Enactment #: 19157
Title: AN ORDINANCE related to COVID-19; making a supplemental appropriation of $2,460,000 to several general fund agencies; making a supplemental appropriation of $78,312,500 to several non-general fund agencies; making a supplemental appropriation of $17,437,000 to several capital improvement funds; amending the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835, Sections 19, 19, 24, 33, 35, 62, 73, 84, 84, 85, 85, 95, 112, 116, 116 and 126, as amended, and Attachment A, as amended; and declaring an emergency.
Sponsors: Jeanne Kohl-Welles
Indexes: Appropriation, Budget, Funds
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19157, 2. A. Capital Improvement Program Dated 08.10.2020, 3. 2020-0279 Tracker and Amendments - September 1, 2020 Council Meeting, 4. 2020-0279 F0010 A53000 District Court 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Court Modifications, 5. 2020-0279 F0010 A54000 DJA 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Customer and Employee Safety, 6. 2020-0279 F1170 CDA 4Culture 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Grant, 7. 2020-0279 F1350 DLS Admin 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Grant Criteria, 8. 2020-0279 F1421 DCHS 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Ambassadors, 9. 2020-0279 F1421 DCHS 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Shelter Childcare Vouchers and Isolation Quarantine, 10. 2020-0279 F1800 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Care Coordination, 11. 2020-0279 F1800 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - MAT Expansion, 12. 2020-0279 F1800 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Public Health Response, 13. 2020-0279 F1800 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - School Response, 14. 2020-0279 F1800 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - School Response, 15. 2020-0279 F1800 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Testing Sites, 16. 2020-0279 F1850 DPH 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Environmental Health, 17. 2020-0279 F3310 LTL FMD 4th COVID-19 Capital Fiscal Note, 18. 2020-0279 F3781 KCIT 4th COVID-19 Capital Fiscal Note - Skype to Teams, 19. 2020-0279 F3781 KCIT 4th COVID-19 Financial Plan, 20. 2020-0279 F3951 BRR FMD 4th COVID-19 Capital Fiscal Note - IQ (F3951), 21. 2020-0279 F5450 FBOD 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Monitoring Structure Assistance, 22. 2020-0279 F5511 FMD 4th COVID-19 Fiscal Note - Site Operations, 23. 2020-0279 Signed 4th COVID-19 Emergency Transmittal Letter, 24. 2020-0279 1 4th COVID-19 Emergency Transmittal Letter, 25. 2020-0279 0 4th COVID-19 LRF, 26. 2020-0279_SR_4th_COVID_Omnibus_Finalv2.docx
Staff: Williams, Tillery

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AN ORDINANCE related to COVID-19; making a supplemental appropriation of $2,460,000 to several general fund agencies; making a supplemental appropriation of $78,312,500 to several non-general fund agencies; making a supplemental appropriation of $17,437,000 to several capital improvement funds; amending the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835, Sections 19, 19, 24, 33, 35, 62, 73, 84, 84, 85, 85, 95, 112, 116, 116 and 126, as amended, and Attachment A, as amended; and declaring an emergency.

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                     BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:

                     SECTION 1.  Findings:

                     A.  On February 29, 2020, the Governor of Washington state declared a state of emergency in all counties in Washington and directed that the plans and procedures of the Washington State Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan be implemented as a result of coronavirus disease 2019 ("COVID-19").

                     B.  COVID-l9 is a respiratory disease that can result in serious illness or death and can easily spread from person to person; and is classified by the World Health Organization as a pandemic that spreads easily from person to person and may result in serious illness or death.

                     C.  On March 1, 2020, King County executive Dow Constantine signed a proclamation of emergency enabling "extraordinary measures" to respond to the COVID-l9 outbreak.  On March 3, 2020, the council passed Motion 15610, affirming the executive's proclamation of emergency.

                     D.  As a result of the continued worldwide spread of COVID-19, its significant progression in Washington state, and the high risk it poses to our most vulnerable populations, on March 23, 2020, the Governor issued a "Stay Home - Stay Healthy" order prohibiting, with limited exceptions, all people in Washington state from leaving their homes or participating in social, spiritual and recreational gatherings of any kind regardless of the number of participants, and required all nonessential businesses in Washington state to cease operations except for performing basic minimal operations.  In describing COVID-19's impact on public health and the economy, the order noted the pandemic's progression in Washington state that continues to threaten the economy and remains a public disaster affecting life, health, property or the public peace.  The order was extended twice, with the last extension expiring May 31, 2020.

                     E. On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act ("the CARES Act"), a $2.2 trillion federal stimulus package, became law.  The CARES Act provides relief to state and local governments through a variety of federal agencies and programs, such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grants and Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund through Health and Human Services, as well the Treasury Department's Coronavirus Relief Fund.  Certain of these relief programs apply to the county, which the county will use the moneys provided by these programs to either pay or reimburse, or both pay and reimburse, the county for necessary expenditures incurred due to the public health emergency, including expenses preparing for, responding to mitigating impact of and preventing COVID-19.

                     F.  On May 31, 2020, the Governor reiterated that a State of Emergency continues to exist, but amended the "Stay Home - Stay Healthy" proclamation and renamed it the "Safe Start - Stay Healthy" proclamation, and that except as provided in the phased county reopening plan, all other provisions of the State of Emergency remain in force.

                     G.  COVID-19 and the related preventative measures necessitated by the pandemic, including those outlined in the "Safe Start - Stay Healthy" order, are causing extraordinary, unprecedented and devastating economic effects in King County and throughout Washington.

                     H.  On June 5, 2020, King County entered Modified Phase 1 of the Safe Start Plan.  Then, on June 19, 2020, King County entered Phase 2 of Safe Start Plan.  On July 28, 2020, the Governor paused counties progressing in the reopening phases under the state's Safe Start plan due to continued rise of cases and spread of COVID-19 statewide.  The pause will continue indefinitely.  King County is currently in the high-risk category for disease transmission with 92.6 cases per 100,000 residents based on county data for the past two weeks.

                     I.  In response to the State and county declarations of emergency, as well as guidance from the local health officer and state Department of Health, the county was required to and continues to take necessary emergency protective measures to eliminate or lessen immediate threats to lives, public health and safety.  These measures are directly related to the emergency and include the county's response to mitigate community transmissions of COVID-19.  The actions taken by the county to prevent, prepare for and respond to the public health emergency are reasonable and prudent given the county's needs and the information available at the time, and in accordance with federal regulations and cost principles.  Internal policies and procedures, including procurement guidelines to support the work and expenditures made were followed.  All expenditures made were in carrying out the legal responsibilities of the county.

                     J.  Certain expenditures in this ordinance are intended to be eligible for reimbursement.  The expenditures, which are necessary as a direct result of and to respond to the public health emergency include, but are not limited to:  supplies and commodities directly related to public health emergency and services being provided by the county; emergency medical care; medical sheltering; emergency distribution of food and supplies; security and law enforcement; emergency transportation; new medical supplies required as a result of the emergency and essential to the public health and safety services being performed; costs associated with quarantine, such as cleaning and disinfecting facilities and equipment, the cost of deintensification sheltering; leasing facilities to provide congregate sheltering for isolation and quarantine to target populations including COVID-19 positive individuals and those who have been in contact with COVID-19 positive and asymptomatic high risk individuals; other services and associated costs incurred due to the "Stay Home - Stay Healthy" order and the local public health officer order; and other items such as telework support for essential public health and safety personnel.

                     K.  All of the measures proposed in this ordinance, including emergency operations, public health and safety COVID-19 response, personal protective equipment, housing and eviction prevention, hazard pay, food security, digital access, behavioral health COVID-19 response, preventative public health measures taken for judicial administration, jail and other agencies and other costs, are in the public interest, and reasonable and necessary expenditures necessary to prevent, prepare for, mitigate against and respond to COVID-19 and incurred due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The costs were not accounted for in the most-recently approved state or county budget prior to March 27, 2020; and will be incurred by the county during the covered period, currently set to end December 30, 2020.

                     L.  On June 18, 2020, the King County board of health adopted Resolution 20-08, which declared racism as a public health crisis.  The council acknowledges the board of health's resolution and recognizes that COVID-19 disproportionately impacts historically disadvantaged communities such as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Indigenous and other Communities of Color.  The board of health found that structural, historical and systemic racism are the root causes for this disproportionate impact.  The council recognizes the devastating impacts of COVID-19 throughout the county and that relief is necessary for every community impacted, particularly those historically disadvantaged communities more adversely impacted by COVID-19.  The council is also committed to creating policies aimed at uplifting and creating better health and economic outcomes for historically disadvantaged communities that will in turn benefit the county as a whole.

                     M.  The council recognizes that King County board of health and numerous other public agencies and reputable organizations have documented that those who have been historically disadvantaged by racism, sexism, and LGBTQ+ discrimination have experienced worse health outcomes and greater challenges to remain healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Looking at infection and death rates alone, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, Hispanic/Latinx and Black residents of the U.S. have been three times more likely to become infected than their White neighbors.  Black and Hispanic/Latinx residents also have been nearly twice as likely to die from infection than White people.  Hispanic/Latinx residents in particular, between age 40 and 59, have been infected at five times the rate of White people in the same age category.

                     N.  The council further recognizes that other factors, such as lack of insurance, a primary care doctor, certain chronic health conditions, severe obesity, or an active pregnancy can all heighten the health risks from COVID-19 and are more ubiquitous amongst certain historically disadvantaged communities.  According to King County public health's April 17, 2020, report, Communities Count: Summary of Findings Communities in King County that may be more impacted by the new coronavirus (COVID-19),  Hispanic/Latinx individuals and American Indian/Alaska Native ("AIAN") individuals are the most likely to be uninsured.  Additionally, 41 percent of Hispanic/Latinx adults, 31 percent of multiple-race adults and 29 percent each of AIAN and Asian adults in the county lack a personal doctor.  Likewise, AIAN adults in the county had the highest rates of high-risk chronic conditions, which are 37 percent, followed by Black adults, which are 26 percent, and multiple-race adults, which are 24 percent.  Those conditions include heart disease, diabetes and lung diseases.  Hispanic/Latinx and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ("NHPI") adults had the highest rates of severe obesity, which are 5 percent each.

                     O.  The council also recognizes that LGBTQ+ adults also experience similar heightened risk factors impacting their health.  American LGBTQ+ individuals are more likely to live in poverty and lack access to adequate medical care, paid medical leave, and basic necessities during the pandemic.  For example, the Human Rights Campaign reports that 17 percent of LGBTQ+ adults do not have any kind of health insurance coverage, compared to 12 percent of non-LGBTQ+ adults.  Additionally, 23 percent of LGBTQ+ adults of color, 22 percent of transgender adults and 32 percent of transgender adults of color have no form of health coverage.  LGBTQ+ adults continue to face discriminatory treatment in health care settings, leaving many less-likely to seek medical care.  Inequalities faced by transgender individuals in particular, including policies based on binary gender norms, also increase the risk of illness and mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     P.  The council further recognizes that significant imbalances in the number of COVID-19 cases as well as deaths highlight systemic inequities unrelated to other health issues or comorbidities.  Those include the ability to work from home, use of public transportation and whether homes or workspaces are crowded.  According to census data analyzed by the New York Times, 43 percent of Black and Hispanic/Latinx workers are employed in service or production jobs that largely cannot be done remotely.  Similarly, LGBTQ+ workers are more likely to work in industries with increased exposure to COVID-19.  Hispanic/Latinx people are twice as likely as White people to reside in a crowded dwelling with less than 500 square feet per person.

                     Q.  The council recognizes that in addition to health impacts, COVID-19 has had disproportionate economic impacts on historically disadvantaged groups, including Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Indigenous and other Communities of Color.  Historically disadvantaged groups were in a more vulnerable position to financially weather the economic downturn resulting from COVID-19.  For example, King County public health's Communities County report found that, before the pandemic, AIAN county residents, at 46 percent, and Black county residents, at 47 percent, were the most-likely to have incomes below 200 percent of the federal poverty line.

                     R.  The council further recognizes that, due to centuries of structural racism, people of color may have fewer high-value assets and less emergency funding available.  According to an April 2020 Pew Research study, 73 percent of Black adults, and 70 percent of Hispanic adults, said they did not have emergency funds to cover three months of expenses; around half of White adults, 47 percent, said the same.  Likewise, according to the Human Rights Campaign, LGBTQ+ people of color have felt a greater impact than their white counterparts: incurring more lost work hours and unemployment as well an inability to take unpaid leave and pay bills, including rent.

                     S.  The council recognizes that historically disadvantaged groups have also seen disproportionate impacts on their businesses from COVID-19, including decreases in the number of minority-and female-owned businesses.  According to a working paper published by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, The Impact of COVID-19 on Small Business Owners: Evidence of Early Stage Losses from the April 2020 Current Population Survey, based on surveys the U.S. Bureau of the Census and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics conduct monthly, along with other nationally representative government datasets, between February to April 2020, Black-owned businesses declined by 41 percent, immigrant-owned businesses dropped by 36 percent, Hispanic-owned businesses by 32 percent, Asian-owned businesses by 26 percent and Women-owned businesses by 25 percent.  In that same period, White-owned businesses fell 17 percent.

                     T.  The council also recognizes that the surge in unemployment claims after COVID-19 hit was especially prevalent in Communities of Color in the county.  King County public health reports that of the 407,557 new unemployment claims filed in the county between March 1 and June 20, 2020, substantially more AIAN, at 32.4 percent, Black, at 31.6 percent, Hispanic/Latinx, at 22 percent, Asian, at 22.6 percent, multiple race, at 24.9 percent, and NHPI, at 42.6 percent, adults filed than White adults, at 20.4 percent.

                     U.  The council finds that relief is necessary for every community in the county, particularly those historically disadvantaged communities that are more-adversely impacted by COVID-19 due continuing discrimination and the lingering effects of past discrimination.  The council further finds that it is appropriate and necessary for the county to consider and address strategies, in program implementation and awards or provider selections, to address those historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination, in order to respond to the disproportionate health and economic impacts described in this section, including COVID-19 relief programs for food security, housing assistance, domestic violence and sexual violence victims, tourism campaigns and small-business relief.  The strategies should take into account the dire need to provide relief as quickly as possible during this crisis and may include, by way of example, recruitment and outreach for potential subcontractors, grant recipients and other beneficiaries, as well as consideration of whether individuals and organizations are members of, provide services to or are located in historically disadvantaged communities in distributing limited benefits to qualified applicants.

                     V.  The council has authority to enact an emergency appropriation ordinance as set forth in Section 470.20 of the King County Charter.

                     SECTION 2.  Ordinance 18835, Section 19, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     OFFICE OF PERFORMANCE, STRATEGY AND BUDGET - From the general fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Office of performance, strategy and budget                     ($3,500,000)

                     SECTION 3.  The council directs that section 2 of this ordinance takes effect before section 4 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 4.  Ordinance 18835, Section 19, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     OFFICE OF PERFORMANCE, STRATEGY AND BUDGET - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Office of performance, strategy and budget                     $3,545,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $35,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to reimburse the department of human resources for the cost of assigning two Ruth Woo fellows, as described in K.C.C. 3.12.184, for three to four months to the office of performance, strategy and budget.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to issue a request for proposals, and to manage and pay a contractor to conduct the feasibility study for a waste to energy facility to manage the region's solid waste that provides a comparison to waste export by rail as described in Proviso P4 of this section.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support activities assessing the need for additional court related space at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($3,000,000)) 2,805,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely on an economic development relief program to support activities in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.  All grants awarded pursuant to this Expenditure Restriction ER4 shall require that:  (1) the grantee spend grant proceeds in a manner that provides economic benefit to the county; and (2) the grantee implement accountability provisions to ensure grants are used appropriately, both of which may be detailed in the grant agreement or will be described in other documentation.   The appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER4 shall be used as follows:

                     A.  Up to (($500,000)) $305,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide grants of $5,000 to:  (1) every qualifying community-based organization located in incorporated municipalities in the county that currently provide as its primary function marketing, technical assistance and other support to and on behalf of small businesses in King County communities; and (2) every qualifying chamber of commerce located in incorporated municipalities in the county.  Qualifying community-based organizations may include, but are not limited to, business improvement areas, downtown partnerships, community development associations, merchant associations and community business coalitions.  Qualifying chambers of commerce may not have more than fifteen employees and may not receive moneys from the department of local services as appropriated in Ordinance 18835, Section 84, as amended by Ordinance 19103, Section 12.  The grants must be used to assist small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency.  Uses of the grants may include, but not be limited to, assisting small businesses in applying for grants, providing small businesses with marketing and other support and marketing and promotional efforts to support economic activity for small businesses;

                     B.  Up to $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide $25,000 grants to:  (1) community-based organizations located in incorporated municipalities in the county with a primary mission to provide marketing, technical assistance and other support to small businesses in King County; and (2) chambers of commerce located in incorporated municipalities in the county.  Grantees may not receive moneys from the department of local services as appropriated in Ordinance 18835, Section 84, as amended by Ordinance 19103, Section 12. Qualifying community-based organizations may include, but are not limited to, business, improvement areas, downtown partnerships, community development associations, merchant associations and community business coalitions.  The grants must be used to either:  (1) assist small businesses in those communities in applying for grants; (2) provide small businesses with marketing and other support; (3) marketing and promotional efforts to support economic activity for small businesses; or (4) all of the above.  Grants shall be awarded only to community-based organizations and chambers of commerce with five employees or fewer, awarded through a competitive process and be administered by the department of community and human services;

C.  Up to $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support administrative costs incurred by the office of performance, strategy and budget and the department of community and human services to implement the relief program; and

                     D.  After satisfying the expenditures required by subsections A., B. and C. of this Expenditure Restriction ER4, all remaining moneys shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide grants to every King County city, except for the city of Seattle, to support economic development activities in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The grants shall be allocated proportionally to each King County city based on population with a minimum grant of $10,000.

                     The office of performance, strategy and budget should consult with all nine councilmembers to seek guidance on:  (1) developing implementation guidelines for the relief program established by this Expenditure Restriction ER4 including, but not be limited to, criteria to qualify chambers of commerce and community-based organizations for each of the subparts of this expenditure restriction; (2) determining what qualifies a community as "most impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency"; and (3) selection criteria for awarding grants, as well as identifying the appropriate county agency to administer the parts of the relief program that have not been specified in this Expenditure Restriction ER4.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $2,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support 4Culture's COVID-19 relief and response strategies, which is providing moneys to support arts, culture, heritage and preservation organizations and individuals, across the county that promote tourism and attract tourists and are now adversely affected by closures, cancellations and loss of work during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  All grants awarded pursuant to this Expenditure Restriction ER5 shall require that:  (1) the grantee spend grant proceeds in a manner that provides economic benefit to the county; and (2) the grantee implement accountability provisions to ensure grants are used appropriately, both of which may be detailed in the grant agreement or will be described in other documentation.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for a relief program, administered by the office of performance, strategy and budget, to provide grants to science organizations that promote tourism and attract tourists and are now adversely affected by closures, cancellations and loss of work during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should consider that the grants provided by the appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER6 are geographically balanced, while accounting for need, throughout the county, as well as if the science organization either serves or is located in historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should consult with all nine councilmembers to seek guidance on:  (1) identifying historically disadvantaged communities; (2) implementing a geographically balanced approach, while accounting for need; and (3) developing parameters, definitions, and criteria to select grantees.  The relief program, as part of all awarded grants, shall require that:  (1) the grantee spend grant proceeds in a manner that provides economic benefit to the county; and (2) the grantee implement accountability provisions to ensure grants are used appropriately, both of which may be detailed in the grant agreement or will be described in other documentation.

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $750,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for a relief program, administered by the office of performance, strategy and budget, to provide grants to live music venues across the county that promote tourism and attract tourists and are now adversely affected by closures, cancellations and loss of work during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should consider that the grants provided by the appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER7 are geographically balanced, while accounting for need, throughout the county, as well as if the live music venue serves or is located in historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should consult with all nine councilmembers to seek guidance on:  (1) identifying historically disadvantaged communities; (2) implementing a geographically balanced approach, while accounting for need; and (3) developing parameters, definitions and criteria to select grantees.  The relief program, as part of all awarded grants, shall require that:  (1) the grantee spend grant proceeds in a manner that provides economic benefit to the county; and (2) the grantee implement accountability provisions to ensure grants are used appropriately, both of which may be detailed in the grant agreement or will be described in other documentation.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($250,000)) $750,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for a relief program, administered by the office of performance, strategy and budget, to provide grants to arts, culture or science organizations that provide education programs that promote tourism and attract tourists and are now adversely affected by closures, cancellations and loss of work during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should consider that the grants provided by the appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER8 are geographically balanced, while accounting for need, throughout the county.  Grants should be considered for, but not be limited to, organizations that serve or are located in historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should consult with all nine councilmembers to seek guidance on:  (1) identifying historically disadvantaged communities; (2) implementing a geographically balanced approach, while accounting for need; and (3) developing parameters, definitions, and criteria to select grantees.  The relief program, as part of all awarded grants, shall require that:  (1) the grantee spend grant proceeds in a manner that provides economic benefit to the county; and (2) the grantee implement accountability provisions to ensure grants are used appropriately, both of which may be detailed in the grant agreement or will be described in other documentation.  $500,000 encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER8 shall be prioritized to organizations located outside the city of Seattle and that have not previously received a grant as provided by the appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER8 through Ordinance 19103.

                     ER9 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a digital equity program for students in grades K through 12 that responds to the increased need for internet access throughout the county due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The program shall be required to consider and address strategies, in the program's implementation and the program's awards or provider selections, to address those historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should collaborate with the department of community and human services, the office of equity and social justice and the department of information technology to implement the program.

                     ER10 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($50,000)) $100,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the additional 2020 Census efforts resulting from the extension of the deadline of when responses are due to October 31, 2020, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     ER11 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($500,000)) $695,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a digital equity program for seniors, limited-English-proficient residents, unemployed residents and those experiencing homelessness who face barriers to accessing digital services during this period when there is an increased reliance on the Internet to access public services and economic relief resources available in response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.  The program shall be required to consider and address strategies, in the program's implementation and the program's awards or provider selections, to address those historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately excluded from program participation because of selective implementation and selection criteria.  The office of performance, strategy and budget should collaborate with the department of community and human services, the office of equity and social justice and the department of information technology to implement the program.

                     P1 PROVIDED THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the office of performance, strategy and budget transmits a report providing a model for downwardly adjusting the value of rights-of-way in road vacation petitions and for estimating the processing costs for such petitions, and until the director of the office of performance, strategy and budget or designee participates in one examiner hearing and answers questions during the hearing related to that modeling.  The report under this proviso will provide the hearing examiner information necessary to make a determination of how to "adjust" the "appraised value" of rights-of-way, in accordance with RCW 36.87.120.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to, a model for estimating:

                     A.  The net present value of a future tax stream from transferring a right-of-way area to private ownership;

                     B.  The avoided liability risk associated with vacating: actual opened roads; frequently-traversed public areas; and undeveloped, unopened rights-of-way;

                     C.  The avoided costs for management or maintenance associated with vacating:  actual opened roads; frequently traversed public areas; and undeveloped, unopened rights-of-way; and

                     D.  The department of local services average processing costs for a typical road vacation petition.

                     The executive must file the report by February 1, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to the hearing examiner, and the director of the office of performance, strategy and budget or designee must participate in one examiner hearing by May 1, 2019.  After the examiner holds the public hearing on behalf of the council, the examiner will file that report, along with the examiner's recommendation, in the form of a paper copy and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original copy and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers and the council chief of staff.

                     P2 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report on countywide performance measures and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion, and a motion acknowledging receipt of a countywide performance measures report is passed by the council.

                     The countywide performance measures report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of the county's performance measure processes, including data collection and evaluation methods;

                     B.  A description of performance measures currently reported by each county agency;

                     C.  Performance measures results for 2017 and 2018 for all agencies reporting to the county executive.  For all other county agencies, the report should include either any performance measures or analysis of performance data accessible to the office of performance, strategy and budget, or both, for 2017 and 2018;

                     D.  Information on how the county's performance measures and performance measure process compare to other jurisdictions; and

                     E.  A description of any recommended improvements to the county's performance measurement process.

                     The executive should file the countywide performance measures report and a motion required by this proviso by December 1, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the committee of the whole, or its successor.

                     P3 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a King County pretrial reform report from a workgroup to be established by the executive in accordance with this proviso and a motion that acknowledges receipt of report, and a motion is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The workgroup shall be convened by the office of performance, strategy and budget and shall include representatives from the department of public defense, prosecuting attorney's office, the superior and districts courts, the department of adult and juvenile detention, the council, the department of judicial administration and community and nonprofit organizations working to reduce pretrial incarceration.  The workgroup shall consult with community stakeholders, including those representing victims of crime.  The activities of the workgroup shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  Reviewing quantitative and qualitative data to evaluate the number of adults held in King County correction facilities who have not been adjudicated or sentenced ("pretrial") and why;

                     B.  Developing recommendations based on the review conducted in Section A of this proviso to reduce the number of nonviolent pretrial adults held in King County correction facilities; and

                     C.  Developing recommendations to improve collection and integration of King County data related to pretrial detention to allow for meaningful analysis.

                     The King County pretrial reform report shall include, but not be limited to:  (1) a quantitative analysis of the current pretrial jail population and a qualitative review of the current pretrial process to inform an analysis of the factors that are contributing to pretrial detention; (2) documentation of the activities conducted by the workgroup as required by this proviso; (3) the recommendations identified by the workgroup as required by this proviso; and (4) from a noncounty subject matter expert on pretrial detention, recommendations of specific actions King County can take to reduce pretrial detention and issues related thereto.

                     The executive should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by July 31, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P4 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits the feasibility study for a waste to energy facility to manage the region's solid waste that provides a comparison to waste export by rail and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the feasibility study and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion and a motion acknowledging receipt of the feasibility study is passed by the council.  The study should be performed by a contractor with significant experience in the field of waste management and recycling, demonstrated expertise with waste to energy technology and familiarity with the capital and operating needs of waste to energy facilities located around the world, and shall primarily consider a waste to energy facility that uses mass burn technology.  The contractor may also identify other technologies that may be feasible to accommodate the current and future projections for the amount and composition of the county's waste stream.  The solid waste division must provide the county's waste tonnage forecast model to the contractor upon request and explain any assumptions.

                     The feasibility study shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A review of factors that may affect the county's future waste tonnage forecast completed in 2018, and an analysis, with a range of estimates, of how different assumptions could affect the forecast;

                     B.  A discussion of the potential for exporting the county's waste by rail that includes an analysis of the future rail capacity forecast, the estimated capital and operating costs and the environmental impacts;

                     C.  An evaluation of the size of a waste to energy facility that would be needed to accommodate the county's solid waste over a twenty to fifty year time horizon, beginning in 2025, with any assumptions clearly articulated, and a description of any siting needs including the necessary parcel size;

                     D.  A discussion of the costs of a waste to energy facility and potential financing options that includes estimates for the capital costs, the annual operating and maintenance costs and the estimated impact on the county's tipping fee, with any assumptions clearly articulated;

                     E.  A discussion of any environmental impacts of a waste to energy facility;

                     F.  An assessment of regional electricity markets and the regulatory structure to produce an estimate of potential revenues from the sale of electricity by a waste to energy facility;

                     G.  An analysis of other potential revenue sources from the potential byproducts of a waste to energy facility that includes, but is not limited to, the sale of recovered metals and possible uses of bottom ash;

                     H.  A discussion of the state and federal regulatory environment related to waste to energy facilities; and

                     I.  A reasonable timeline for implementation of a waste to energy facility, and an analysis of the potential impact on the lifespan and capacity of the Cedar Hills regional landfill if a waste to energy facility was developed according to this timeline.

                     The executive should file the feasibility study and a motion required by this proviso by October 4, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the committee of the whole, or its successor.

                     P5 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report on parity between the prosecuting attorney's office and the department of public defense and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion and a motion acknowledging receipt of the report is passed by the council.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to a definition of parity, which includes caseloads.  The report shall review the extent to which there is parity in the staffing and budgets between the prosecuting attorney's office and the department of public defense, examine the staffing levels for each court and provide budget options for achieving parity between the two agencies.

                     The executive should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by July 8, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P6 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $150,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a plan to implement the winery, brewery and distillery code updates and, if recommended by the plan, a proposed ordinance that adds appropriation or FTE authority, or both, to effectuate the plan.

                     The plan to implement the winery, brewery and distillery code updates shall include, but not be limited to: (1) a description of the departments and divisions necessary to implement the code updates in Ordinance 19030; a description of the necessary steps those department and divisions will take to implement the code updates, including but not limited to public outreach and education, technical compliance and permit assistance for businesses; permitting and enforcement activities; and any other necessary implementation activities; (2) a description of the necessary resources to implement the code updates, including additional FTE, temporary term limited positions and consultant resources; appropriation authority for those resources; (3) a description of the activities that a consultant would perform that justifies the requested appropriation, if one is needed; and (4) an estimated timeframe necessary to bring existing winery, brewery or distillery businesses into compliance with the updated code, or come to resolution through the code enforcement process for those businesses that cannot be brought into compliance.

                     The executive should file the plan to implement the winery, brewery and distillery code updates and a proposed ordinance required by this proviso by February 15, 2019, or within thirty days of Ordinance 19030 being moved out of committee, whichever comes first, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the planning, rural service and environment committee, or its successor.

                     P7 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a plan, developed in consultation with the sheriff, to provide bulk rate gasoline and vehicle license plates to King County search and rescue volunteers and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the plan and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion, and a motion acknowledging receipt of a plan is passed by the council.

                     The executive should file the plan and a motion required by this proviso by December 31, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P8 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report on providing compensation to individuals who serve on King County boards, commissions and committees, and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso’s ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion, and motion acknowledging receipt of the report is passed by council.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  Two or more options for compensating individuals who serve on ongoing boards, commissions, and committees, as well as ad hoc task forces and other groups as appropriate;

                     B.  The estimated biennial cost of each option by fund;

                     C.  Any administrative barriers to implementation; and

                     D.  A list of all current boards, commissions, committees, and ad hoc groups, including the number of member positions on each, how each is staffed, what fund supports staff for each, and any related costs.

                     The executive should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by May 1, 2020, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the budget and fiscal management committee, or its successor.

                     P9 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report assessing the need for additional court related space at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion, and a motion acknowledging receipt of the report is passed by the council.

                     In collaboration with the superior court, district court, prosecuting attorney’s office, department of public defense, department of judicial administration, department of adult and juvenile detention, and facilities management divisions, the office of performance, strategy and budget shall develop a needs assessment report that shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of the existing court spaces at the King County Courthouse, the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center and the Patricia Clark Children and Family Justice Center (collectively referred to as "court facility locations"), to include:  courtrooms; jury rooms; space for staff for all agencies using the facilities, excluding detention; storage; and video or technology infrastructure and uses;

                     B.  Data showing district and superior court caseloads for each case-type and the court facility location where the cases were filed for 2014 through 2019;

                     C.  A description of the district and superior court's existing procedures for case-balancing at each of its locations, particularly identifying how cases are allocated to courtrooms for hearings;

                     D.  A discussion and evaluation of ways cases and judicial resources can be allocated among the three court facility locations to maximize efficiency in the use courthouse space, including possible remote video, hearings or other technology options; and

                     E.  A recommendation for next steps, if any, to plan for future expansion of courtrooms and court related spaces.

                     The executive should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by September 1, 2020, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the budget and fiscal management committee, or its successor.

                     SECTION 5.  Ordinance 18835, Section 24, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Office of emergency management                     $500,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide economic or other support to locally owned restaurants that have experienced increased costs resulting from business interruptions and implementations of public health officer recommended COVID-19 mitigation measures, including, but not limited to, the purchasing of personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies, and costs associated with employee training and site reconfiguration to ensure safe operations.

                     SECTION 6.  Ordinance 18835, Section 33, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     DISTRICT COURT - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     District court                     $1,228,000

                     SECTION 7.  Ordinance 18835, Section 35, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Judicial administration                     $182,000

                     SECTION 8.  Ordinance 18835, Section 62, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     COMMUNITY AND HUMAN SERVICES ADMINISTRATION - From the community and human services administration fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Community and human services administration                      $1,000,000

                     SECTION 9.  Ordinance 18835, Section 73, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY - From the arts and cultural development fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Cultural development authority                     $2,000,000

                     SECTION 10.  Ordinance 18835, Section 84, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     LOCAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION - From the department of local services director's office fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Local services administration                     ($4,000,000)

                     SECTION 11.  The council directs that section 10 of this ordinance takes effect before section 12 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 12.  Ordinance 18835, Section 84, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     LOCAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION - From the department of local services director's office fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Local services administration                     $4,000,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $300,000 and 1.0 FTE shall be expended or encumbered solely on a legislative policy analyst FTE and associated body of work.  Costs for the position shall be allocated according to the cost allocation for local services administration.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $900,000 and 3.0 FTEs shall be expended or encumbered solely on the community service area subarea planning program.  Costs for the positions shall be allocated according to the cost allocation for local services administration.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $432,333 and 1.0 FTE shall be expended solely for the Economic Development FTE position to support rural and urban unincorporated activities as well as provide technical assistance to urban and subarea planning efforts.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $4,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely on a relief program to support small businesses including, but not limited to, farms and associated businesses, throughout unincorporated King County that are struggling due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER4 shall be allocated as follows:

                     A.  ((At least)) Up to $3,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide grants ((of up to $5,000)) to small businesses that:  (1) have ((fifteen)) thirty employees or fewer; (2) have an annual gross revenue of (($1.5)) $3 million or less; (3) have been in business for at least ((three)) one year((s)); and (4) have ((not received grants, loans or other financial support that provide relief as a result of COVID-19)) costs related to COVID-19 that have not been covered or reimbursed through any federal CARES Act program.  The grants selection criteria should consider small businesses either located in historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination or operated or owned by members of historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination, or both.  The relief program, as part of all awarded grants, shall require that:  (1) the grantee spend grant proceeds in a manner that provides economic benefit to the county; and (2) the grantee implement accountability  provisions to ensure grants are used appropriately, both of which may be detailed in the grant agreement or will be described in other documentation;

                     B.  Payroll expenses incurred by the department of local services for the administration and execution of this grant program are eligible for reimbursement under subsection A. of this expenditure restriction;

                     C.  Up to $400,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for the department of local services to partner with:  (1) community-based organizations, located in unincorporated King County, and that provide support to small businesses in their community; and (2) chambers of commerce serving unincorporated King County.  These partnerships will include grants to qualifying community-based organizations and chambers of commerce for them to assist small businesses in applying for grants and to provide small businesses with marketing and other support.  Qualifying community based organizations may include, but are not be limited to, business improvement areas, downtown partnerships, community development associations, merchant associations and community business coalitions.  The department of local services shall proactively work with the chambers of commerce or community-based organizations, prioritizing those with board members and employees who represent historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.  Recognizing that certain chambers of commerce or community-based organizations may not have the experience or current capabilities to establish partnerships with the county, the department of local services shall include in its proactive work to reach out to chambers of commerce or community-based organizations and provide additional assistance to those chambers of commerce and community-based organizations that need technical support in order that they can partner with the county; and

                     ((C.)) D.  Up to $100,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for the department of local services to provide translation services and conduct outreach to small businesses that may need translation services to inform the small businesses that translation services are available.

                     The department of local services shall consult with all councilmembers who have unincorporated King County areas in their district to seek guidance on: (1) developing criteria to select grantees; and (2) how to incorporate recommendations and strategies of rural economic development into the relief program.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $5,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with Livable City Year at the University of Washington for assistance in developing the Skyway Subarea Plan.

                     P1 PROVIDED THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a local services functions and facilities planning report and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion, and a motion acknowledging receipt of the report is passed by the council.

                     The local services facilities planning report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of the functions within the department of local service, including the director's office, permitting division and road services division;

                     B.  A description of which of these functions are public facing, meaning that they provide direct service to customers;

                     C.  An evaluation of space in county-owned facilities available for the department of local services, either in part or in whole, to locate closer to unincorporated areas;

                     D.  An evaluation of space in facilities that are not owned by the county and are available for the department of local services, either in part or in whole, to locate closer to unincorporated areas;

                     E.  An evaluation of which public facing functions within the department should be located closer to unincorporated areas; and

                     F.  A recommended approach or approaches for the configuration of the department of local services to better to align its functions with facilities, and shall include consideration of at least the following criteria:

                       1.  Public facing functions within the department of local services should be near the customers that they serve;

                       2.  All department functions should be located near one another, excluding road maintenance crews;

                       3.  The forecasts for demand of the functions within the department of local services and associated staffing and space needs;

                       4.  The costs of moves, and subsequent operation in new location or locations, should be kept to the minimum necessary;

                       5.  Functions that interface with each other, either within the department of local services or between the department of local services and other agencies, should be collocated to the extent practical, in order to minimize the number of locations that customers must visit to complete their business with the county; and

                       6.  Functions that could be provided online should be.

                     The executive should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by
June 28, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the planning, rural service and environment committee, or its successor.

                     P2 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a human services geographic equity plan.

                     The human services geographic equity plan shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of all community and human services that are funded by the best starts for kids levy, the veterans, seniors and human services levy or the mental illness and drug dependency levy and are provided in unincorporated areas;

                     B.  A preliminary evaluation of how those community and human services are distributed geographically across the entire county, using ZIP code or other appropriate geographic information that does not create privacy issues; and

                     C.  A plan to monitor geographic equity in the deliverance of those community and human services across the county, which at a minimum shall include:

                       1.  Methods to collect data on costs and distribution of funds for community and human services based on geography;

                       2.  Methods to evaluate what geographic metric should be used to monitor geographic equity, such as ZIP codes, census tracts or some other metric that does not create privacy issues; and

                       3.  Incorporation of the monitoring and reporting methods into the service partnership agreements with the agencies that distribute the community and human services funding.

                     The executive should file the human services geographic equity plan by December 31, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the planning, rural service and environment committee, or its successor.

                     P3 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a local services strategic information technology plan and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the plan and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion and a motion acknowledging receipt of the plan is passed by the council.

                     The local services strategic information technology plan shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of how the department of local services will monitor local service delivery, and what other county agencies, programs or services will be participating in that monitoring;

                     B.  An updated and complete local services product catalog that will include performance measures for each product within the catalog;

                     C.  An inventory of the types of data needed in order to measure performance of the local services product catalog;

                     D.  An evaluation of the ability of existing technology of the department of local services and partner agencies to provide these data;

                     E.  An evaluation of whether data exist and are available to measure local service delivery, or can be collected or provided;

                     F.  A description of process improvements, both within the department of local services and within partner agencies, that improve data collection and aid in reporting on local service delivery and avoids the need for technology improvements;

                     G.  A recommendation for technology improvements that will target:

                       1.  Cross-agency, as "agency" is defined in K.C.C. 2.10.020.B., information and data sharing to support transparency into the services provided in unincorporated areas;

                       2.  Potential efficiencies in service delivery; and

                       3.  Leverage existing systems and staff resources to maximize the effectiveness of the Local Services Initiative; and

                     H.  A description of technology projects for achieving those recommendations over the next five years, costs for those projects, and a phasing plan.

                     The executive should file the strategic information technology plan and a motion required by this proviso by December 31, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the planning, rural service and environment committee, or its successor.

                     P5 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $250,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits the Skyway-West Hill Community Service Area Subarea Plan that includes an equity impact analysis report and a feasibility study for a community center as appendices to the subarea plan and a motion that acknowledges receipt of the equity impact analysis report and feasibility study, and the motion is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section, and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     A.  The equity impact analysis report shall include, but not be limited to:

                       1.  A description of the services and facilities provided by the county in the five potential annexation areas, which are Skyline/West Hill, North Highline, Fairwood, East Renton and Federal Way, identified in chapter 11 of the adopted amendments to the 2016 King County Comprehensive Plan attached to Ordinance 18810.  At a minimum, description of services and facilities provided in each of the five potential annexation areas for youth, transit, and economic development shall be included in this description.  Through the Community Service Area Subarea Plan development process, other services desired by the Skyway-West Hill community should be included in the equity impact analysis report; and

                       2.  Using the equity impact analysis tool developed by the county office of equity and social justice, identify, evaluate and describe both the positive and negative potential impact of local service delivery in Skyway-West Hill.

                     B.  The feasibility study for a community center in Skyway-West Hill shall include, but not be limited to:

                       1.  Potential sites for a community center;

                       2.  Cost estimates for a community center; and

                       3.  Barriers to development of a community center and methods to overcome those barriers.

                     The executive must file the equity impact analysis report, the feasibility study and motion required by this proviso by September 30, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the planning, rural service and environment committee, or its successor.  The executive shall transmit a proposed ordinance adopting Skyway-West Hill Community Service Area Subarea Plan that includes the equity impact analysis and feasibility study required by this proviso by September 30, 2019.

                     P6 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $150,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a plan to implement the winery, brewery and distillery code updates and, if recommended by the plan, a proposed ordinance that adds appropriation or FTE authority, or both, to effectuate the plan.

                     The plan to implement the winery, brewery and distillery code updates shall include, but not be limited to:  (1) a description of the departments and divisions necessary to implement the code updates in Ordinance 19030; a description of the necessary steps those department and divisions will take to implement the code updates, including but not limited to public outreach and education, technical compliance and permit assistance for businesses; permitting and enforcement activities; and any other necessary implementation activities; (2) a description of the necessary resources to implement the code updates, including additional FTE, temporary term limited positions and consultant resources; appropriation authority for those resources; (3) a description of the activities that a consultant would perform that justifies the requested appropriation, if one is needed; and (4) an estimated timeframe necessary to bring existing winery, brewery or distillery businesses into compliance with the updated code, or come to resolution through the code enforcement process for those businesses that cannot be brought into compliance.

                     The executive should file the plan to implement the winery, brewery and distillery code updates and a proposed ordinance required by this proviso by February 15, 2019, or within thirty days of Ordinance 19030 being moved out of committee, whichever comes first, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the planning, rural service and environment committee, or its successor.

                     P8 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report on options to require, incentivize or otherwise ensure electric vehicle charging infrastructure in new multifamily construction and other development proposals that include expansion of parking areas in the unincorporated area and an ordinance that would establish requirements to ensure that new parking areas are designed to include some amount of electric vehicle charging infrastructure to account for increased use of electric vehicles in the future.

                     The report and ordinance shall be developed in consultation with stakeholder groups, including representatives of the building and electric vehicle industries and utilities.

                     The executive must file the report and the ordinance required by this proviso by September 14, 2020, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the local services, regional roads and bridges committee or its successor.

                     SECTION 13.  Ordinance 18835, Section 85, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     COMMUNITY SERVICES OPERATING - From the community services operating fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Community Services operating                      ($17,900,000)

                     SECTION 14.  The council directs that section 13 of this ordinance takes effect before section 15 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 15.  Ordinance 18835, Section 85, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     COMMUNITY SERVICES OPERATING - From the community services operating fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Community services operating                     $34,993,500

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $459,500 shall be expended solely to contract with the following:

21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living                     $4,000

23rd and Cherry Fellowship Hall                     $6,500

                     Allyship                     $5,000

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS)                     $500

Auburn Chamber of Commerce                     $6,000

Auburn Food Bank                     $5,000

Auburn Valley Humane Society                     $3,000

Auburn Noon Lions                     $1,000

Auburn School Foundation                     $1,500

                     Ballard Food Bank                     $1,300

Ballard P-Patch                     $2,000

Ballard Senior Center                     $400

Bellevue School Foundation                     $1,500

Bitter Lake "North Helpline" Food Bank                     $300

Black Diamond Historical Society                     $2,000

                     Burien Actors Theatre                     $3,000

Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking                     $750

Chief Seattle Club                     $500

Children's Home Society                     $1,000

City of Bellevue                     $5,000

City of Newcastle                      $1,000

Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees & Communities of Color                     $3,000

                     Community Service Employment Program/AARP Foundation                     $5,000

                     Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound                     $2,500

Covington Chamber of Commerce - Veteran Spouse Scholarship Program                     $500

Coyote North                     $4,500

Creative Justice                     $3,000

Disability Community Hub                     $7,000

Eastside Baby Corner                     $2,000

Eastside for All                     $3,255

Eastside Heritage Center                     $2,000

Enumclaw Historical Society                     $2,000

Enumclaw School Foundation                     $1,500

Eritrean Community Center                     $5,500

FamilyWorks Family Resource Center & Food Banks                     $2,300

                     FareStart                     $15,000

Federal Way Boys and Girls Club                     $500

Federal Way Communities in Schools                     $1,000

Federal Way Kiwanis Club                     $1,000

Federal Way Lions Club                     $1,000

Federal Way Symphony                     $2,500

                     Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance                     $5,000

Friends of Discovery Park                     $1,000

FUSION                     $11,000

                     Greater Seattle Business Association                     $10,000

                     Gourmet Grub                     $5,000

Greenwood Food Bank                     $300

Greenwood Senior Center                     $400

Historical Society of Federal Way                     $1,500

                     Homesight (Columbia City Beatwalk)                     $2,500

                     Hunger Intervention Program                     $5,000

                     Imagine Housing                     $1,246

Issaquah Food Bank - Mobile Food Pantry                     $1,000

Issaquah School Foundation                     $1,500

Kent Chamber of Commerce                     $3,000

                     Kent School District - Elementary School Field Trips                     $3,500

Kent School Foundation                     $1,500

Key to Change                     $1,000

King County Nurses Association                     $1,000

Legacy of Equality, Leadership and Organizing (LELO)                     $5,000

Love Snoqualmie Valley                     $10,000

                     Maple Valley Creative Arts Council                     $2,500

Maple Valley Food Bank                     $1,000

Maple Valley Historical Society                     $2,000

                     Multi-Communities                     $5,000

Multi-Service Center                     $1,500

Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association                     $9,500

                     New Story Community                     $9,999

                     Noel House                     $5,250

                     Northshore Senior Center                     $5,000

                     O.A.R.S. For Women                     $2,500

Para Los Niños                     $5,000

Partner in Employment                      $1,500

                     Pike Market Food Bank                     $2,300

Pike Place Senior Center                     $400

                     Puget Sound Labor Agency, AFL-CIO (food bank use only)                     $2,300

Queen Anne Food Bank at Sacred Heart                     $300

Queen Anne Helpline                     $2,300

Rainer Beach Action Coalition                     $50,000

                     Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation                     $1,000

Rainier Valley Corps                     $3,000

Renton Historical Society                     $2,000

Renton Innovation Zone Partnership                     $3,000

Renton School Foundation                     $1,500

Runway to Freedom                     $5,000

                     Sandpoint Arts and Cultural Exchange                     $3,500

                     Savor Snoqualmie (a program within Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust)                     $5,000

Seattle Indian Health Board                     $4,000

Seattle Theatre Group Ailey Camp (South King County students)                     $4,000

Seattle Universal Math Museum                     $2,000

SKC Food Fighters                     $1,000

Skyway-West Hill 9430 Veterans of Foreign Wars                     $3,000

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce                     $10,000

Snoqualmie Valley Network                     $10,000

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter                     $5,000

Somali Parents Education Board                      $5,500

Somali Youth and Family Club                     $2,500

South Park Information and Resource Center - Dirt Corps                      $5,000

                     St. Vincent de Paul Georgetown Food Bank                     $750

Tahoma School Foundation                     $1,500

The Seattle Medium                     $1,000

Tukwila Children's Foundation                     $750

Tukwila Pantry - Emergency Food Bank                     $750

Ukrainian Community Center                      $2,000

((Union Gospel Mission                     $2,000))

Urban Family                     $54,000

Vashon Youth and Family Services                     $5,000

                     Vashon Food Bank                     $500

Vashon Interfaith Council on Homelessness                     $5,000

WA Business Week                     $5,000

Wallingford Senior Center                     $400

Washington Building Leaders of Change (WA-BLOC)                     $3,000

Washington Dream Coalition                     $4,000

West Seattle Food Bank                     $500

White Center Food Bank                     $750

Woodinville Rotary (for Eastwest Food Rescue)                     $3,500

                     TOTAL                     $459,500

                     Selection of organizations by council districts shall be by future amendment of this section.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $400,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with a King County nonprofit organization that pays bail for indigent individuals who would otherwise spend their pretrial time in jail, unnecessarily burdening the county with additional costs to incarcerate those individuals.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $75,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center for a technology project.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $150,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc., for program expansion that would serve King County residents with visual impairment.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($17,000,000)) $19,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the following programs to ultimately serve individuals adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic:  a food security grant program; a housing and rental assistance program; economic support to businesses responding to the COVID-19 public health emergency; a legal services program that focuses on COVID-19-related issues including eviction prevention and foreclosure defense; and a relief program for shelter and housing providers that support homeless individuals.  The appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER5 shall be used as follows:

                     A.  At least $2,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the food security grant program that shall award grants or select providers to those organizations with board members and employees who represent ((historically disadvantaged)) those communities that have been disproportionately impacted by ((inequities and discrimination)) the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 health emergency.  The food security program shall ensure that grantees provide to program recipients options to acquire culturally appropriate foods that may be difficult to secure through traditional stores; and

                     B.  At least $2,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the housing and rental assistance program that shall award grants or select providers to those organizations with board members and employees who represent ((historically disadvantaged)) those communities ((that have been)) disproportionately impacted by ((inequities and discrimination)) the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency.

                     C.  At least $1,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the legal services program that focuses on COVID-19 related issues including eviction prevention and foreclosure defense.

                     D.  At least $1,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered to provide economic support in the form of rental assistance to local businesses that have engaged in COVID-19 mitigation work and local businesses that have experienced business interruption and increased operating costs due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($33,000)) $133,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support Sightlife, the only corneal transplant provider in the state of Washington, for COVID-19-related increased costs resulting from business interruptions and implementations of COVID-19 mitigation measure to ensure continued tissue donation and recovery operations.

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $900,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support ((a program in the city of Burien that will divert)) one or more programs in the county but not including the city of Seattle, to reduce the level of contact spreading of COVID-19 among individuals who have committed certain ((misdemeanors into)) law violations by diverting them from possible incarceration and providing short-term shelter, community-based ((treatment)) care coordination and support services instead of processing them through the traditional criminal justice system.  ((This appropriation shall support that program's goal of reducing the rise of misdemeanors that have occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The program may coincide with the city of Burien's Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) program, wherein referrals to community-based treatment and support services are provided by police and law enforcement; however,)) ((t))The moneys provided by this appropriation shall not be conditioned on referral by police or law enforcement.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($1,000,000)) $1,750,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a program to support victims of domestic violence and sexual violence, which has increased due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.  The support provided to victims may include, but not be limited to, legal aid and advocacy.  The program shall be required to consider and address strategies, in the program's implementation and the program's awards or provider selections, to address those historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.

                     ER9 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $4,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a Public Defender Association-led program through December 30, 2020, to provide temporary lodging and other COVID-19 related support services to enable compliance with COVID-19 public health precautions for those vulnerable persons living unsheltered.

                     In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the program will provide funding for deintensification of existing shelter facilities and hotel vouchers to those vulnerable populations living without shelter in the city of Seattle's Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International District neighborhoods ("program participants").  In administering the program, the Public Defender Association shall contract with high-quality and culturally competent service providers for COVID-19 related behavioral health services as part of the implementation of the demonstration program.

                     The program is expected to respond to current COVID-19 conditions, including:  (1)  the reduction of congregate shelter capacity due to the closure and deintensification of shelters in the Pioneer Square and the Chinatown-International District neighborhoods that has led to an increased number of unsheltered persons in those neighborhoods; (2)  the reduction of hours and accessibility to both physical and behavioral health providers for that vulnerable  population; and (3) difficulty in accessing federal and state provided economic relief assistance by program participants due to required closures of government and service provider offices.

                     The program elements include, the following:  (1)  providing rapid assessment of program participants; (2)  securing rooms for temporary lodging in underutilized hotels to be used by program participants through the earlier of the end of public health emergency in King County or December 30, 2020; (3)  providing access to hygiene facilities to program participants to facilitate compliance with COVID-19 public health precautions; (4)  providing intensive case management for program participants designed specifically to mitigate COVID-19 effects and enable compliance with COVID-19 public health precautions; and (5)  administrative costs associated with services to program participants for opportunities to transition them to permanent supportive housing.

                     ER10 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $900,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide emergency assistance that will address unmet need related to or resulting from COVID-19 impacts in the nine council districts of $100,000 in each district as distributed to the following organizations:

Auburn Food Bank                     $20,000

Bellevue LifeSpring                     $20,000

Center for Children and Family Justice                     $20,000

Central Area Senior Center                      $20,000

Chinese Information and Service Center                     $20,000

City of Federal Way                     $20,000

Creative Justice                     $20,000

Encompass                     $25,000

Highline Area Food Bank                     $20,000

Hopelink                     $45,000

                     Hunger Intervention Program                     $20,000

India Association of Western Washington                     $20,000

International Drop in Center (IDIC)                     $20,000

Kent Living Well                     $20,000

Mary's Place                     $20,000

                     Muslim Community Resource Center                     $20,000

National Nordic Museum                     $20,000

                     Northshore Senior Center                     $20,000

Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington                     $10,000

                     Para Los Niños                     $20,000

Phinney Neighborhood Center                     $20,000

Seattle Indian Health Board                     $20,000

Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center                     $20,000

Snoqualmie Valley Senior Center                      $25,000

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter                     $25,000

Somali Parents Education Board                      $20,000

Somali Youth and Family Club                      $25,000

South King County Sports Council                     $20,000

St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County - Georgetown Food Bank                     $20,000

The Freedom Project                     $25,000

Thomas Jefferson High School Parent Movement                      $20,000

Tukwila Pantry Food Bank                     $20,000

Ukrainian Community Center of Washington                     $20,000

United Better Thinking                     $25,000

United Indians of All Tribes’ Labateyeh Youth Home                     $20,000

Urban League                      $20,000

Vashon Maury Community Food Bank                      $20,000

WELD Seattle                     $25,000

White Center Food Bank                     $20,000

World Relief Kent                     $25,000

YouthCare Orion Center                     $20,000

                     TOTAL                     $900,000

                     ER11 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide grants up to $100,000 to the following health care organizations that provide services to primarily low-income individuals at reduced or no cost and have experienced business interruption and increased costs due to the COVID-19 public health emergency:

HealthPoint                     $100,000

International Community Health Services                     $100,000

Neighborcare Health                     $100,000

Sea Mar Community Health Centers                     $100,000

Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Children's Clinic                     $100,000

TOTAL                     $500,000

                     ER12 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $4,325,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support child care assistance for essential workers across King County and to provide economic support to child care service providers experiencing business interruption.  The appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER11 shall be used as follows:

                     A.  At least $2,250,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide child care for essential workers and families;

                     B.  At least $2,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide economic assistance to child care providers experiencing business interruption and increased costs resulting from health care officer recommended COVID-19 mitigation measures; and

                     C.  Up to $75,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide support to the department of community and human services to manage the emergency child care assistance program.

                     ER13 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $49,500 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide economic relief to the Enumclaw Expo & Event Center, host of the King County Fair and other several large events, for costs to mitigate business interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to facilitate compliance with public health officer required COVID-19 directives and mitigation measures.

                     SECTION 16.  Ordinance 18835, Section 95, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     PUBLIC HEALTH - From the public health fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Public health                     $47,379,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $35,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to reimburse the department of human resources for the cost of assigning two Ruth Woo fellows, as described in K.C.C. 3.12.184, for three to four months to public health - Seattle & King County.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $120,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to purchase human papillomavirus vaccines for uninsured clients receiving family planning and primary care at public health - Seattle & King County clinics, who are nineteen through twenty-six years old.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $335,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support 1.0 FTE to expand the "HPV Vaccine Peer Champion" program to increase knowledge and acceptance of human papillomavirus vaccines among parents/guardians and youth in the county.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $180,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the development of a report on gun violence among youth and young adults as requested by Motion 15234, including one term-limited temporary employee position.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $299,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support the following:  (1) one temporary term limited position to support the community support program in parent child health and support activities related to redesign of parent child health; and (2) one temporary term limited position to support implementation of a software system for Women, Infants, and Children in parent child health.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $4,830,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a food security assistance program in response to increase of demand for food assistance as a result of the COVID-19 public health emergency.  All grants awarded pursuant to this Expenditure Restriction ER6 shall be awarded through a competitive process and shall require the grantees to provide to program recipients options to acquire culturally appropriate foods that may be difficult to secure through traditional stores.  The program shall be required to consider and address strategies, in the grant program's implementation and the grant program's grant awards or provider selections, to address those historically disadvantaged communities that have been disproportionately impacted by inequities and discrimination.

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $250,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support outreach activities related to COVID-19, including, but not limited to, advertising in ethnic media outlets to increase messaging of public health notices and advisories to populations disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.  Public health - Seattle & King County shall purchase advertisements directly from media outlets and shall not make purchases through any third-party organizations.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $3,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide public health emergency assistance to low-income individuals who, through the county's public health COVID-19 testing, tracing, isolation and quarantine program, have been identified as exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms related to or have tested positive for COVID-19 and need to isolate.

                     ER9 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $650,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with community partners for administration, flu vaccine supply and vaccine clinics to serve the increased demand due to COVID-19 among communities disproportionally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and to provide support for a public health nurse to assist at county isolation and quarantine sites, assessment and recovery sites and shelter deintensification sites to assist with flu vaccinations.

                     P1 PROVIDED THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $465,000 shall not be expended or encumbered for the "Place-Based Communities: Original COO Sites" sub-strategy within the "Places: Awards to Community Partnerships" Communities of Opportunity strategy area as described in Section VII (Communities of Opportunity) of the Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan, approved by Ordinance 18373, until the executive transmits a 2018 outcomes report on the original place-based sites, which are Rainier Valley, White Center and SeaTac/Tukwila, and a motion that should approve the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion, and a motion approving an outcomes report is passed by the council.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A list of services provided through Communities of Opportunity King County service agreements by each of the three original place-based sites and their partners in 2018, as well as the number of persons served by each site or the site's partners.  The list should identify the services by the issue areas of housing, economic opportunity, health or community connections, as well as identify if the services were provided by the original place-based site or its partners;

                     B.  A summary of the priority strategies developed by the place-based sites for 2018 and outcomes achieved in 2018 towards those priority strategies; and

                     C.  A summary of any developed performance measures for the "Place-Based Communities: Original COO Sites" sub-strategy or performance measures monitoring methodology for tracking outcomes data.

                     The executive should file the report and the motion required by this proviso by June 30, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the health, housing and human services committee, or its successors.

                     P2 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $250,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a plan to achieve United States Department of Health and Human Services's Healthy People 2020 target of eighty percent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine series completion of county residents between thirteen and fifteen years old and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the plan and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion and a motion acknowledging receipt of the plan is passed by the council.

                     The plan shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  Funding options that should evaluate both existing and new revenue sources;

                     B.  Strategies to collaborate and coordinate with various stakeholders including schools, health care providers, hospitals, community organizations, local jurisdictions and state agencies;

                     C.  Identification of potential challenges and plans to mitigate those challenges; and

                     D.  A timeline for achieving eighty percent vaccination of county residents between thirteen and fifteen years old.

                     The executive should file the plan and a motion required by this proviso by June 30, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the health, housing and human services committee, or its successor.

                     P3 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report on a Phase One plan to implement a regional health plan pilot program that would provide health care to low-income county residents who are not eligible to access health care through public programs such as Medicaid, Medicare and subsidized health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

                     The report shall include:

                     A.  Complete demographic analysis of the 2019, or the latest year of which data are available, uninsured population, disaggregated based on age, gender, race and ethnicity, household poverty status and city of residence;

                     B.  Assessment of the legal and regulatory considerations of establishing a pilot program;

                     C.  Options for a "buy in" or similar program to provide health coverage for low-income county residents;

                     ((4.)) D.  Potential eligibility requirements for the pilot program;

                     ((5.)) E.  Financial analysis and funding options that should evaluate both existing and new revenue sources; and

                     ((6.)) F.  Recommendation on whether to proceed with Phase Two and what resources would be required for that work.

                     The report shall be developed in collaboration with HealthierHere, Northwest Health Law Advocates who authored the April 2018 report entitled "County-Based Health Coverage for Adult Immigrants: A Proposal for Counties in Washington State," and other organizations that are involved with county healthcare issues.

                     The executive should file the report by June 30, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the health, housing and human services committee, or its successor.

                     P4 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $2,700,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report that provides additional information on the public health approach to zero youth detention strategy and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion and a motion acknowledging receipt of the report is passed by the council.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  An explanation of how the public health approach to zero youth detention strategy connects with the best starts for kids's stopping the school-to-prison pipeline strategy.  The explanation should include, but not be limited to, coordination of the two strategies, areas of overlap between the two strategies particularly with regards to community organizations that will be contracting with the county on implementing both strategies and the individuals that would benefit from the two strategies;

                     B.  Evaluation of past successful gang intervention programs in the county such as the Seattle Team for Youth and Safety Mop and determine how the principles and strategies of these past programs can be incorporated into the public health approach to zero youth detention strategy;

                     C.  Additional information on the public health approach to zero youth detention strategy that have been developed since the adoption of the this ordinance, including, but not limited to, detailed information on the one million dollars proposed to expand community support related to electronic home monitoring.

                     The executive must file the plan and a motion required by this proviso by March 29, 2019, in the form of a paper original and an electronic copy with the clerk of the council, who shall retain the original and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     SECTION 17.  Ordinance 18835, Section 112, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     FINANCE AND BUSINESS OPERATIONS - From the financial services fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Finance and business operations                     $1,300,000

                     SECTION 18.  Ordinance 18835, Section 116, as amended, is hereby amended as follows

                     FACILITIES MANAGEMENT INTERNAL SERVICE - From the facilities management - internal service fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Facilities management internal service                     ($500,000)

                     SECTION 19.  The council directs that section 18 of this ordinance takes effect before section 20 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 20.  Ordinance 18835, Section 116, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     FACILITIES MANAGEMENT INTERNAL SERVICE - From the facilities management - internal service fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Facilities management internal service                     $6,442,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $35,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to reimburse the department of human resources for the cost of assigning two Ruth Woo fellows, as described in K.C.C. 3.12.184, for three to four months to the facilities management division.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support install or upgrade of electric vehicle-chargers for county fleet.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a mitigation fund for local governments and local businesses to recover costs related to the county's isolation and quarantine sites, assessment and recovery sites and shelter deintensification sites.  The mitigation fund shall support costs incurred after April 1, 2020.

                     SECTION 21.  Ordinance 18835, Section 126, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     From the several capital improvement project funds there are hereby appropriated and authorized to be disbursed the following amounts for the specific projects identified in Attachment A to this ordinance (Proposed Ordinance 2020-0279).

Fund                     Fund Name                     2019-2020

3310                     LONG TERM LEASE                     $6,125,000

3781                     ITS CAPITAL                     $6,262,000

3951                     BUILDING REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT SUBFUND                     $5,050,000

TOTAL                     $17,437,000

                     SECTION 22.  Attachment A to this ordinance hereby amends Attachment A to Ordinance 18835, as amended, by adding thereto and inserting therein the projects listed in Attachment A to this ordinance.

                     SECTION 23.  The council finds as a fact and declares that an emergency exists,

and that this ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of public peace, health or safety or for the support of county government and its existing public institutions.