Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 2020-0384    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 10/27/2020 In control: Budget and Fiscal Management Committee
On agenda: Final action: 11/17/2020
Enactment date: 11/30/2020 Enactment #: 19207
Title: AN ORDINANCE making a net supplemental appropriation of $2,597,000 to various general fund agencies, a net supplemental appropriation of $14,010,000 to various non-general fund agencies and a net supplemental appropriation of $195,000 to a capital fund budget; and amending the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835, Sections 7, 19, 21, 35, 44, 53, 65, 65, 72, 72, 79, 79, 85, 85, 101, 101, 103, 106, 106, 109, 109 and 126, as amended, and Attachment A, as amended.
Sponsors: Jeanne Kohl-Welles
Indexes: Appropriation, Funds
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19207, 2. 2020-0384 Amendment 1, 3. 2020-0384 Amendment 2, 4. 2020-0384 TITLE Amendment 1, 5. 2020-0384 TITLE Amendment 2, 6. 2020-0384 TITLE Amendment 3, 7. A. Capital Improvement Program, dated November 10, 2020, 8. A. Capital Improvement Program Dated 10.07.2020, 9. 2020-0384 transmittal letter, 10. 2020-0384 4th Omnibus Crosswalk 10_7_20, 11. 2020-0384 Airport Fiscal Note, 12. 2020-0384 DCHS HCD Fiscal Note, 13. 2020-0384 DJA Fiscal Note, 14. 2020-0384 DPD Fiscal Note, 15. 2020-0384 FMD - Fiscal Note, 16. 2020-0384 Legislative Review Form, 17. 2020-0384_SR_20202ndOmnibus, 18. 2020-0384_SR_dated_111020_20202ndOmnibus, 19. S1_2020-0384_StrikerV2bar, 20. S1_AttA_2020-0384_CIP, 21. AMD_2020-0384_D4OfficeFundsbar, 22. T1_2020-0384_TitleAmdtbar, 23. T2_2020-0384_TitleAmdt_D4OfficeFunds, 24. 2020-0384_Revised_SR_20202ndOmnibus.docx
Staff: Soo Hoo, Wendy

Title

AN ORDINANCE making a net supplemental appropriation of $2,597,000 to various general fund agencies, a net supplemental appropriation of $14,010,000 to various non-general fund agencies and a net supplemental appropriation of $195,000 to a capital fund budget; and amending the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835, Sections 7, 19, 21, 35, 44, 53, 65, 65, 72, 72, 79, 79, 85, 85, 101, 101, 103, 106, 106, 109, 109 and 126, as amended, and Attachment A, as amended.

Body

                     BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:

                     SECTION 1.  From the general fund there is hereby appropriated a net total of $2,597,000 to various general fund agencies.

                     From non-general funds there are hereby appropriated a net total of $14,010,000 to various non-general fund agencies.

                     There is hereby appropriated a net total of $195,000 to a capital fund budget, amending the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 18835.

                                          SECTION 2.  Ordinance 18835, Section 7, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     COUNCIL ADMINISTRATION - From the general fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Council administration                     ($20,000)

                     SECTION 3.  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                     $900,000

                     SECTION 4.  Ordinance 18835, Section 21, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                      SHERIFF - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Sheriff                     $25,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $10,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide traffic safety reflective gloves and flashlight extender wands to all sheriff patrol deputies.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $241,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to comply with the processing and certification requirements under RCW 7.98.020 related to petitions for U and T nonimmigrant visas.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, no more than $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered to support in-service training in the areas of procedural justice, listen and explain with equity and dignity communication, violence de-escalation and antibias training for any employees managed by the King County sheriff until a motion accepting a report as referenced in Proviso P3 of this section is passed by the council.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $371,000 and 1.0 FTE shall be expended or encumbered solely for a background check detective position.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support overtime for special emphasis patrols related to July 4 holidays.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support sheriff deputies performing emphasis patrols around the perimeter of the King County Courthouse in furtherance of the 2017 recommendations from the courthouse security work group.

                     P2 PROVIDED THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $700,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff transmits a quarterly letter addressed to all councilmembers describing how the sheriff's office is complying with the processing and certification requirements under RCW 7.98.020 related to petitions for U and T nonimmigrant visas.

                     The letter shall include:

                     A.  A list of all U and T nonimmigrant-visa certification forms filed with the sheriff's office in the previous quarter including the date each certification form was filed with the sheriff's office, and the date each certification form was executed by the sheriff's office; and

                     B.  A confirmation from the sheriff stating that the office is compliant with the processing and certification requirements under RCW 7.98.020.

                     Moneys shall be unencumbered in $100,000 increments upon receipt of each quarterly letter, transmitted by the sheriff to the clerk of the council.

                     The sheriff must file the first quarterly letter required by this proviso by April 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 law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     The sheriff must file the next five quarterly letters required by this proviso no later than thirty days after the end of each quarter 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.

                     The sheriff must file a final quarterly letter by December 31, 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 law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P3 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff's office, in cooperation with the office of law enforcement oversight, transmits a detailed in-service training 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 plan shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  Descriptions of the specific in-service training curriculum modules, which shall include the areas of procedural justice, listen and explain with equity and dignity communication, violence de-escalation and antibias training;

                     B.  Description of the method of delivering such trainings to both deputies and other employees managed by the sheriff;

                     C.  The timeline for implementation of in-service trainings in the areas of procedural justice, listen and explain with equity and dignity (LEED) communication, violence de-escalation and antibias training to both deputies and other employees managed by the sheriff;

                     D.  An analysis describing how the in-service training curriculum in the areas of procedural justice, listen and explain with equity and dignity (LEED) communication, violence de-escalation and antibias training will meet the anticipated state-mandated law enforcement training requirements; and

                     E.  An assessment of the efficacy of the planned in-service training curriculum modules in the areas of procedural justice, listen and explain with equity and dignity (LEED) communication, violence de-escalation and antibias training, methods of delivery and implementation timeline by the office of law enforcement oversight.

                     The sheriff's office should file the plan and a motion required by this proviso by June 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 law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P4 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff transmits a report describing the actions and resources necessary for a community policing model to be implemented in the unincorporated areas of each of the sheriff precincts.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of a community policing model that would best serve the unincorporated area residents of each of the sheriff precincts, including the organizational structure and guiding policies that would be employed in the development and implementation of a community policing model for the unincorporated area of each sheriff precinct;

                     B.  A list of organizations, including, but not limited to, nonprofits, neighborhood groups, homeowner associations, schools and businesses in the unincorporated area of each sheriff precinct, identified as potential partners necessary to advance the objectives of community policing in their respective sheriff precinct;

                     C.  A description of the staffing levels necessary to increase the sheriff's office visibility through neighborhood specific patrols in the unincorporated area of each sheriff precinct as compared to current reactive policing methods;

                     D.  An assessment of the feasibility of establishing a taskforce or roundtable bringing together representatives from each individual sheriff precinct and those community leaders within the unincorporated area of  the respective sheriff precinct to foster collaboration and trust in furtherance of the objectives of community policing;

                     E.  A description of the resources and estimated time necessary to implement a community policing model in the unincorporated area of each sheriff precinct; and

                     F.  An analysis of obstacles to implementing a community policing model in the unincorporated area of each of the sheriff precincts and methods of overcoming those obstacles.

                     The sheriff should file the report by June 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.

                     P5 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff transmits a plan to increase staffing for the sheriff marine unit during the peak recreation months of June, July and August in order to reduce safety issues by increasing the number and frequency of river patrols.

                     The sheriff should file the plan by May 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 law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P6 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $100,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff transmits a report on the community engagement efforts employed by the sheriff to prevent and reduce gang participation and violence 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.  A list of organizations, including, but not limited to, law enforcement agencies, nonprofits, neighborhood and community groups, youth organizations, schools and businesses that the sheriff has partnered with, or has identified as potential partners, to advance the objectives of preventing and reducing gang participation and violence; and

                     B.  A description of the methods and manner through which the sheriff is partnering with other law enforcement agencies and public entities to increase coordination and collaboration to advance the objectives of preventing and reducing gang participation and violence.

                     The sheriff should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by September 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 law and justice committee, or its successor.

                     P7 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff transmits a report responding to the office of law enforcement oversight reports entitled, "Transparency and Media Relations in High-Profile Cases," "Internal Investigations Complaint Classification Review of the King County Sheriff's Office" and "Use of Force Complaint Processing in the King County Sheriff's Office," 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.  A response addressing the methodology, findings and recommendations of each of the three office of law enforcement oversight reports listed in this proviso;

                     B.  A description of all steps taken, or proposed to be taken, by the sheriff to implement the recommendations offered in each of the three office of law enforcement oversight reports listed in this proviso; and

                     C.  An explanation of the sheriff's rationale for any recommendation found in any of the oversight reports listed in this proviso that the sheriff does not intend to implement.

                     The sheriff should file the report and a motion required by this proviso by March 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.

                     SECTION 5.  Ordinance 18835, Section 35, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Judicial administration                     $372,000

                     SECTION 6.  Ordinance 18835, Section 44, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     GENERAL FUND TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND HUMAN SERVICES - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     General fund transfer to department of community and human services                     $20,000

                     SECTION 7.  Ordinance 18835, Section 53, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     PUBLIC DEFENSE - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Public defense                     $1,300,000

                     SECTION 8.  Ordinance 18835, Section 65, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY DIVISION - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH - From the behavioral health fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Behavioral health and recovery division - behavioral health                     ($4,500,000)

                     SECTION 9.  The council directs that section 8 of this ordinance takes effect before section 10 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 10.  Ordinance 18835, Section 65, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY DIVISION - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH - From the behavioral health fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Behavioral health and recovery division - behavioral health                     $4,500,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, (($4,500,000)) $2,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a competitive emergency behavioral health fund to reimburse ((small and medium sized)) King County ((integrated care network providers)) behavioral health provider agencies for eligible COVID-19 expenses, including, but not limited to:  personal protective equipment purchased to allow provision of in-person behavioral health services; equipment purchased to allow clinicians to deliver services via telehealth; modifications made to agency workspaces necessary to accommodate social distancing and increased telehealth ((including the provision of mobile computers)); and incurred cleaning and sanitation expenses ((; expanded or new human services delivered in response to COVID-19; and costs associated with business interruption)).

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $2,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a competitive emergency behavioral health fund to reimburse small and medium sized King County integrated care network providers for eligible COVID-19 expenses, including, but not limited to:  personal protective equipment purchased to allow provision of in-person behavioral health services; equipment purchased to allow clinicians to deliver services via telehealth; modifications made to agency workspaces necessary to accommodate social distancing and increased telehealth including the provision of mobile computers; incurred cleaning and sanitation expenses; expanded or new human services delivered in response to COVID-19; and costs associated with business interruption.

                     SECTION 11.  Ordinance 18835, Section 72, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     VETERANS SENIORS AND HUMAN SERVICES LEVY - From the veterans seniors and human services levy fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Veterans seniors and human services levy                     ($589,500)

                     SECTION 12.  The council directs that section 11 of this ordinance takes effect before section 13 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 13.  Ordinance 18835, Section 72, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     VETERANS SENIORS AND HUMAN SERVICES LEVY - From the veterans seniors and human services levy fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Veterans seniors and human services levy                     $589,500

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $90,000 shall be expended from levy proceeds allocated in 2019 for SE 4.B Veterans, Servicemembers and Family Community Building for the Major Pete von Reichbauer (Ret.) Veterans Service Organizations Grant Program as described in the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy Implementation Plan, adopted by Ordinance 18768, solely to contract with the following in 2019:

                     American Legion Post 79 (Snoqualmie)                     $10,000

                     Bataan and Corregidor Survivors Association                     $3,333

                     City of Federal Way - Veterans Committee                     $10,000

                     Council District 4 Organizations                     $3,500

                     Council District 8 Organizations                     $5,000

                     FOB Hope                     $2,500

                     Minority Veterans of America                     $5,000

                     NABVETS, Seattle Chapter 0003                     $3,334

                     Nisei Veterans                     $2,500

                     Outreach and Resource Services (OARS) for Women Veterans                     $4,000

                     Renton Technical College - Veteran Services                     $5,000

                     Shoreline Veterans                     $5,500

                     Skyway-West Hill 9430 Veterans of Foreign Wars                     $2,000

                     The Greater Maple Valley Veterans Memorial Foundation                     $2,500

                     Veterans for Peace                     $3,333

                     Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1949                     $7,500

                     Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2995                     $10,000

                     West Seattle Veteran Service Center                     $5,000

                     TOTAL                     $90,000

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

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $90,000 shall be expended from levy proceeds allocated in 2020 for SE 4.B Veterans, Servicemembers and Family Community Building for the Major Pete von Reichbauer (Ret.) Veterans Service Organizations Grant Program as described in the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy Implementation Plan, approved by Ordinance 18768, solely to contract with the following in 2020:

                     American Legion Post 19 - Renton                     $2,500

                     Ballard VFW                     $2,500

                     City of Federal Way - Veterans Committee                     $10,000

                     ((Council District 8 Organizations                     $10,000))

                     Filipino Veterans Recognition Education Project, Region 8                     $2,500

                     FOB Hope                     $2,500

                     Highline College Foundation - Support for Vets                     $2,500

                     Highline VFW Post 4314                     $2,500

                     Kent-Meridian Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6785                     $5,000

                     National Association of Black Veterans                     $2,500

                     Nisei Veteran's Committee Memorial Hall                     $2,500

                     Northwest Family Fund                     $10,000

                     Renton VFW Post 1263                     $2,500

                     Shoreline Veterans                      $7,500

                     Skyway-West Hill 9430 Veterans of Foreign Wars                     $2,500

                     UIATF                     $2,500

                     U.S. Volunteers Joint Services Command 10th Regional Command                     $2,500

                     Veteran Rites                      $2,500

                     Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1949 - Enumclaw                     $2,500

                     Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2995                     $10,000

                     Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5052 Maple Valley/Black Diamond                     $2,500

                     West Seattle Veterans Service Center                     $10,000

                     TOTAL                     $90,000

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

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $499,500 shall be expended from levy proceeds allocated in 2020 for HS 8 Support Local Solutions as described in the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy Implementation Plan, adopted by Ordinance 18768, solely to contract with the following in 2020:

                     Africatown International                     $55,500

                     Attain Housing                     $25,500

                     Auburn Food Bank                     $15,000

                     Bellevue LifeSpring                     $20,000

                     Catholic Community Services - Kent                     $10,500

                     City of Auburn                     $5,000

                     City of Burien for Severe Weather Shelter                     $30,000

                     City of Carnation                     $5,000

                     City of Duvall                     $5,000

                     City of Issaquah                     $5,000

                     City of North Bend                     $5,000

                     City of Redmond                     $5,000

                     City of Sammamish                     $2,000

                     City of Snoqualmie                     $5,000

                     ((Council District 8 Organizations                     $25,500))

                     Eastside Friends of Senior                     $3,000

                     Enumclaw Senior Center                     $10,000

                     FUSION                     $15,500

                     Habitat for Humanity - Sammamish                      $10,000

                     Kent Hope                     $5,000

                     King County Housing Authority                     $21,500

                     Maple Valley Food Bank                     $6,000

                     Multi-Service Center                     $20,000

                     Muslim Community Resource Center                     $10,000

                     Plateau Ministries Outreach                     $6,000

                     Queen Anne Helpline                      $20,500

                     REACH - Renton                     $40,000

                     Renton Housing Authority                     $6,000

                     Sammamish St. Vincent De Paul                     $5,500

                     Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter                     $5,000

                     Solid Ground                     (($35,000)) $47,750

                     Vine Maple Place                     $6,000

                     Wellspring Family Services                     $12,750

                     Youthcare                     $55,500

                     TOTAL                     $499,500

                     SECTION 14.  Ordinance 18835, Section 79, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     YOUTH AND AMATEUR SPORTS FUND - From the youth sports facilities grant fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Youth sports facilities grants                     ($1,800,000)

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

                     SECTION 16.  Ordinance 18835, Section 79, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     YOUTH AND AMATEUR SPORTS FUND - From the youth sports facilities grant fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Youth sports facilities grants                     $1,800,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,500,000 shall be expended solely for a local sports and activity grants program, which shall be used to provide grants of up to $250,000 to eligible public entities and nonprofit organizations to support youth or amateur sport activities or facilities, with a priority given to those grant proposals that would provide activities to or facilities for use by residents of unincorporated King County.

Grants shall be awarded based on an annual request for applications to be administered by the parks and recreation division.  Local matching funds shall not be required of grant applicants.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation in 2018, $600,000 shall be expended solely for a sports and activity access grants program, which shall be used to provide grants to eligible public entities and nonprofit organizations to support access to sports or outdoor recreational activities by underserved youth, including, but not limited to, items such as:  team fees; uniforms; personal sports equipment, such as balls, gloves or bats; or outdoor recreational equipment, such as climbing, bicycling, paddling or camping gear.  Grants shall be awarded based on a bimonthly request for applications to be administered by the parks and recreation division.  Underserved youth means those whose families indicate that the expense of access to sports or outdoor recreational activities would pose a hardship.  Local matching funds will not be required of grant applicants.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $2,600,000 shall be expended solely for the youth sports facilities grants program to provide grants of up to $300,000 to eligible public entities and nonprofit organizations to support youth or amateur sport facilities for underserved participants.  Grants shall be awarded based on an annual request for applications to be administered by the parks and recreation division.  Underserved participants means youth or amateur athletes who have disabilities, who have no other similar facilities nearby, or for whom the expense of participating in sports would be a financial hardship.  Local matching funds will not be required of grant applicants.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,800,000 shall be expended solely to contract with the following for the King County council Get Active/Stay Active awards for youth or amateur sport activities or facilities:

Abu Bakr Islamic Center of WA                     $30,000

Associated Recreation Council - Green Lake Community Boathouse                     $50,000

Auburn High School                     $5,000

Auburn School District                      $40,000

Austin Foundation                     $100,000

Ballard Senior Center                     $19,206

Bellevue College                     $10,000

Bellevue School District - Newport High School                     $5,000

Bellevue Thunderbirds                     $5,000

Bicycle Rescue for Youth                      $5,000

Brothers United in Leadership Development (BUILD)                     $10,000

Burien Senior Center                     $5,000

Cascade Foothills Soccer Club                     $5,000

Cascade Soccer Club                     $5,000

Cascade Vista Athletic Association                     $5,000

Central Area Parents and Coaches Association Panthers                     $10,000

Central Area Senior Center                     $10,000

Chinook Little League                     $5,000

City of Bellevue                     $8,000

City of Black Diamond                     $5,000

City of Burien                     $5,000

City of Carnation                     $17,000

City of Covington                     $5,000

City of Des Moines (Installing athletic floor in Des Moines Event Center)                     $50,000

City of Duvall Parks and Recreation (Sun Shade Shelter or development                     $35,000

                     of Taylor Landing

City of Enumclaw                     $5,000

City of Issaquah                     $5,000

City of Issaquah Parks and Recreation - Senior fitness programs                     $5,000

City of Issaquah Parks and Recreation - Youth activity program equipment                     $5,000

City of Kent                     $5,000

City of Kirkland                     $6,000

City of Lake Forest Park Parks and Recreation                     $25,000

City of Maple Valley                     $5,000

City of Newcastle                     $5,000

City of Renton                     $5,000

City of Sammamish                      $5,000

City of Shoreline                      $20,000

City of Snoqualmie                      $10,000

City of Tukwila Parks and Recreation (Youth basketball league                     $5,000

                     scholarship support, 2019)

Coal Creek Family YMCA                     $5,000

Congolese Integration Network                      $5,000

Cultures United                     $5,000

Dale Turner Family YMCA                     $35,000

Downtown Action to Save Housing                     $10,000

((Enumclaw Jr. Fastball                     $5,000))

Enumclaw School District - Enumclaw High School                     $5,000

Federal Way High School                     $15,000

Federal Way National Little League                     $100,000

Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance                     $20,000

((Get Active/Stay Active awards in District 5                     $5,000))

Greater Renton-Tukwila Youth Soccer Association                     $5,000

Highline School District                      $7,000

Hope Academy (new playground)                     $25,000

Imagine Housing                     $7,400

India Association of Western Washington                     $10,000

Iraqi Community Center                     $5,000

Issaquah School District - Liberty High School                     $5,000

Issaquah School District - Issaquah High School                     $5,000

ISC Gunners Soccer Club                     $18,000

Junior Football - Tahoma Bears                     $5,000

Junior Hornets Football and Cheer                     $5,000

Kent Covington Youth Soccer Association                     $5,000

Kent Little League                     $5,000

Kent School District - Kent Lake High School                     $5,000

Kent School District - Kentridge High School                     $5,000

Kent School District - Kentwood High School                     $5,000

Kent Senior Center                     $5,000

Kent Youth and Family Services                     $5,000

Kent YMCA                     $5,000

King County Aquatic Center                      $11,000

King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks (Mt. Rainier Pool)                     $5,000

King County Parks - Fairwood                     $10,000

Kirkland American Little League                     $10,000

Lake City Collective                     $5,000

Lake City Senior Center                     $20,000

Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association                     $8,000

Maple Valley Pony Baseball and Fastpitch                     $5,000

Matt Griffin YMCA                     $5,000

Mercer Island High School                     $10,000

Mercer Island Parks and Recreation                     $20,000

Mount Si Senior Center                     $10,000

National Nordic Museum                     $50,000

Newcastle Baseball Pony League                      $5,000

Newport Sammamish Interlake Girls Lacrosse Program                     $8,000

Newport Youth Soccer Club                     $5,000

Northshore Senior Center                     $30,000

Old Friends Club                     $8,000

Pac West Little League                      $10,000

Phinney Neighborhood Association                     $10,000

Rainier Athletes                     $20,000

Redmond Senior Center                     $8,000

Renton Little League                     $5,000

Renton School District                     $48,000

Renton School District - Hazen High School                     $5,000

Renton School District - Lindbergh High School                     $5,000

Renton Senior Center                     $5,000

RMD Community Sports Association (dba Rock Creek Sports)                     $5,000

Sail Sandpoint                     $25,000

Sammamish Interlake Lacrosse Club                     $8,000

School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts                     $22,750

Seattle Chinese Athletic Association                     $10,000

((Seattle Sports Commission                     $12,000))

Seize the Oar                     $6,000

Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Senior Center                     $20,000

Skate Like a Girl                     $14,794

Skyway Boys and Girls Club                     $10,000

Small Faces                     $10,000

Sno-King Amateur Hockey Association - Renton                     $5,000

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activity Center                     $80,000

SnoValley Senior Center                     $15,000

Soccer without Borders                     $10,000

South Park Information and Resource Center                     $72,000

South Park Senior Center                     $20,250

Steel Lake Little League                     (($11,000)) $23,000

Stroum Jewish Community Center                     $20,600

Summer Search Seattle                     $30,000

Taekwondo2xcell                     $45,000

Tahoma School District - Tahoma High School                     $5,000

Tennis Outreach Programs                     $15,000

Thomas Jefferson High School                      $11,000

Tukwila Senior Center                     $5,000

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation                     $20,000

Upower                     $35,000

Urban Games                     $5,000

WheelLab                     $8,000

WIAA/Foster High School (for Foster High School to encourage                     $5,000

                     participation in student athletics)

                     TOTAL                     $1,800,000

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

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, from reserves, $5,153,696 of unexpended 2017-2018 biennium youth and amateur sports fund monies shall be encumbered and expended solely to contract with the following:

Associated Recreation Council (Green Lake Community Boathouse)                     $100,000

Auburn School District (Rock Climbing Walls)                     $20,000

Auburn School District (Washington Ele Playground)                     $37,000

Auburn YMCA (Auburn YMCA New Gymnasium)                     $500,000

Bellevue Thunderbird Little League (Bellevue Thunderbird LL)                     $5,000

Boys and Girls Club (Wallingford Boys & Girls Club)                     $86,392

Boys and Girls Clubs of King County (Federal Way Field Improvements)                     $9,806

Cascade Vista Athletic Club (CVAC Field Improvements)                     $5,000

City of Auburn (Brannan Park Synthetic Infield)                     $75,000

City of Auburn (Game Farm Park-Field Lighting)                     $150,000

City of Black Diamond (Ginder Creek Trail)                     $15,000

City of Des Moines (Summer Fun in the Sun)                     $11,935

City of Enumclaw Parks and Recreation (Parks & Rec Teen Adventure Camp)                     $1,419

City of Kent (West Fenwick Futsal Court)                     $75,000

City of Kent Parks and Recreation (Hogan Park Field Scoreboard 2)                     $5,000

City of Kirkland (Finn Hill School Playfields)                     $86,000

City of Maple Valley (Summit Park)                     $75,000

City of Newcastle (Cross Town Trail Completion)                     $25,000

City of Renton (Family First Community Center)                     $55,000

City of Renton Parks and Recreation (Sunset Neighborhood Park Phase II)                     $175,000

City of SeaTac Parks (PKS Teen Fitness and Camps)                     $2,493

City of Seattle (Brighton Park Synthetic Turf Field)                     $75,000

City of Seattle Parks and Rec (South Park Soccer Program)                     $44,525

Communities in Schools of Renton (Skyway Access to Sports)                     $3,680

Federal Way Kiwanis Club (Memorial Stadium Enhancements)                     $10,000

Federal Way National Little League (FWNLL Field Enhancement)                     $7,950

Federal Way Public Schools (MS Intramural Soccer Program)                     $18,987

Generations Aging with Pride (Generation Moving with Pride)                     $17,751

George Pocock Rowing Foundation (After School Youth Rowing Club)                     $40,885

George Pocock Rowing Foundation (Cedar River Boathouse)                     $67,500

Highline Public Schools (Evergreen Turf Field)                     $250,000

Highline School District (Midway Sports and Character)                     $10,000

InterlmCDA                     $5,000

Issaquah School District (Liberty HS Athletic Dept.)                     $2,405

Kent Covington Youth Soccer Association (Kent Covington Youth Soccer)                     $5,000

King County Parks and Rec (Aquatic Center Improvements)                     $100,000

Lake City Soccer Club (Low income youth soccer program)                     $30,000

Maple Valley Pony (MV PONY Baseball and FastPitch)                     $5,000

Moines Parks and Recreation (Play for All Project)                     $245,000

Mt Si Senior Center (Senior Recreation)                     $2,246

Nexus Youth and Families (Summer Nature Adventure Program)                     $5,712

Out There Adventures (LGBTQ Adventure Programs)                     $4,175

Parkour Visions (Parkour After-School Program)                     $19,466

Phinney Neighborhood Association (Phinney Campus Play Area)                     $140,952

SANCA (SANCA Social Circus Program)                     $12,000

Seattle Parks and Recreation (Loyal Heights Community Center)                     $15,000

Seattle Parks and Recreation (QA Community Center Gym/Equip)                     $20,000

Seattle School District (Viewlands Elementary Playground)                     $25,000

Si View Metropolitan Park District (Si View Park Ball Court Seal)                     $10,000

Si View Park District (Tollgate Park Sports Fields)                     $250,000

Skyway Solutions (Skyway Recreation Program)                     $100,000

Small Faces Child Development Center (Crown Hill Gym/Playground)                     $86,910

South Park Senior Citizens (So Pk Sr Activity Center)                     $6,564

Starfire Sports (Starfire Sports Stadium Field)                     $75,000

The Salvation Army (Salvation Army White Center)                     $41,000

The Salvation Army (White Center Youth Basketball)                     $21,245

The Salvation Army (White Center Youth Futsal)                     $20,168

The Service Board (Core Winter Program)                     $5,750

Up2Us Sports (Up2Us Sports Youth Coaches)                     $19,250

Upower (Upower Functional Fitness)                     $15,250

Vashon Park District (Agren Ballfield Renovations)                     $250,000

Vashon Park District (BARC Skatepark Program)                     $36,000

Vashon Lacrosse Club (VES Fields Lighting Project                     $184,000

Washington Trails Association (Outdoor Leadership Program)                     $30,000

White Center CDA (Wolverine Boosters Summer Camps)                     $19,280

The YMCA of Greater Seattle (Matt Griffin Y - Basketball)                     $15,000

The YMCA of Greater Seattle (Snoqualmie PlayEverday)                     $20,000

The YMCA of Greater Seattle (University YMCA Aquatic Center)                     $250,000

YMCA of Greater Seattle (Kent Aquatic Center)                     $1,000,000

                     TOTAL                     $5,153,696

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, from reserves, $3,143,100 of unexpended 2018 general obligation bond proceeds shall be encumbered and expended solely to contract with the following:

City of Bellevue (Coal Creek Trailhead)                     $100,000

City of Issaquah (Highlands Central Park)                     $350,000

City of Issaquah (Tibbetts Valley Skate Park)                     $25,000

City of Kenmore (Ballfields and/or Boathouse Project)                     $611,100

City of Lake Forest Park (Horizon View Courts)                     $25,000

City of Maple Valley (Summit Park Sports Fields)                     $75,000

City of North Bend (Torguson Park Ballfields)                     $200,000

City of Renton (Family First Center - 2)                     $20,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Brighton Park Synthetic Turf Field)                     $35,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Ballard Playground Playfields)                     $200,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Magnuson Park Center and Field)                     $1,000,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Northacres Ballfield)                     $22,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Northwest Seattle Pools)                     $110,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Seattle Children's Play Garden)                     $35,000

City of Seattle Parks & Recreation (Smith Cove Park Sports Field)                      $250,000

City of Shoreline (Outdoor Multi-Use Sports Court)                     $25,000

Vashon Park District (VES Fields RR/Concession)                     $60,000

                     TOTAL                     $3,143,100

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION

                     Of this appropriation, from reserves, $2,610,000 of fund balance made available by the dissolution of the youth and amateur sports fund endowment shall be encumbered and expended solely to contract with the following:

Outdoors for All Foundation                      $1,000,000

City of Bellevue/Kirkland/Redmond (Aquatic & Sports Center)                     $1,000,000

City of Snoqualmie (Centennial Park Playground)                     $25,000

Northshore Park and Recreation Service Area (facilities startup)                     $325,000

Hawthorne Elementary (playground improvements)                     $50,000

Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce (Mt. Peak lookout)                     $10,000

King County Parks and Recreation/City of Seattle (State of Play)                     $200,000

                     TOTAL                     $2,610,000

                     SECTION 17.  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                      ($459,500)

                     SECTION 18.  The council directs that section 17 of this ordinance takes effect before section 19 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 19.  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                     $479,500

                     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

Coal Creek Family YMCA                     $2,500

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