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File #: 2021-0238    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 6/22/2021 In control: Budget and Fiscal Management Committee
On agenda: Final action: 7/27/2021
Enactment date: 8/12/2021 Enactment #: 19318
Title: AN ORDINANCE making a net supplemental appropriation of $63,820,000 to several general fund agencies; making a net supplemental appropriation of $324,085,000 to several non-general fund agencies; making a net supplemental appropriation of $11,790,000 to several capital improvement funds; amending the 2021-2022 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 19210, Sections 18, 20, 30, 31, 32, 34, 40, 43, 43, 48, 50, 51, 60, 70, 70, 81, 81, 87, 87, 89, 89, 100, 106, 119, 121 and 129, as amended, and Attachment A, as amended; and declaring an emergency.
Sponsors: Jeanne Kohl-Welles
Indexes: Appropriation, Budget, Funds, Pandemic Flu
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19318, 2. A. Capital Improvement Program Dated 7-19-2021, 3. 2021-0238 Striking Amendment 1, 4. 2021-0238 Title Amendment 2 to Striking Amendment 1, 5. 2021-0238 Amendment 5 to Striking Amendment 1, 6. 2021-0238 Amendment 4 to Striking Amendment 1, 7. 2021-0238 Amendment 3 to Striking Amendment 1, 8. 2021-0238 Amendment 2 to Striking Amendment 1, 9. 2021-0238 Amendment 1 to Striking Amendment 1, 10. A. Capital Improvement Program Dated 6-9-2021, 11. 2021-0238 transmittal letter, 12. 2021-0238 03 8th COVID Supplemental Crosswalk, 13. 2021-0238 fiscal note KCSC COVID Backlog 8th COVID-19 FN, 14. 2021-0238 fiscal note DAJD 8th COVID-19 FN, 15. 2021-0238 fiscal note DCHS Admin 8th COVID-19 FN, 16. 2021-0238 fiscal note DCHS HCD Fiscal Note 8th COVID-19 FN, 17. 2021-0238 fiscal note DJA COVID Backlog 8th COVID-19 FN, 18. 2021-0238 fiscal note DOA Overtime 8th COVID-19 FN, 19. 2021-0238 fiscal note DPD COVID Backlog 8th COVID-19 FN, 20. 2021-0238 fiscal note DPH COVID 8th COVID-19 FN, 21. 2021-0238 fiscal note FMD Consolidated 8th COVID-19 FN, 22. 2021-0238 fiscal note KCDC COVID Backlogs 8th COVID-19 FN, 23. 2021-0238 fiscal note KCIT Serv Application Licenses and Workstations 8th COVID-19 FN, 24. 2021-0238 fiscal note PAO COVID Backlog 8th COVID-19 FN, 25. 2021-0238 fiscal note PH JH Vaccination 8th COVID-19 FN, 26. 2021-0238 fiscal note PSB Community Recovery Investments 8th COVID-19 FN, 27. 2021-0238 fiscal note Vaccination Sites 8th COVID-19 FN, 28. 2021-0238 Legislative Review Form, 29. 2021-0238_SR_COVID_8_Supplemental, 30. 2021-0238_ATT5_GF Fin Plan June 30th - COVID 8 Response, 31. 2021-0238_ATT6_SuperiorCourt_COVID_8 request, 32. 2021-0238_ATT7_PAO_COVID8_Budget_request, 33. 2021-0238_SR_Dated_07202021_COVID_8_Supplemental_07.20.21_BFM, 34. 2021-0238.1_ATT1_8th COVID Supplemental - BFM Chair Striking Amendment Crosswalk, 35. 2021-0238.1_ATT2_COVID8_Striking_Amendment_S1_FINAL_wTrackChanges, 36. 2021-0238.1_ATT3_COVID8_Striking_Amendment_S1_Attachment A_dated July 19, 2021, 37. 2021-0238.1_ATT4_Title_Amendment_T1_FINAL_wTrackChanges
Related files: 2021-0155, 2021-0456, 2021-RPT0128
Staff: Kim, Andrew

Drafter

Clerk 07/28/2021

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AN ORDINANCE making a net supplemental appropriation of $63,820,000 to several general fund agencies; making a net supplemental appropriation of $324,085,000 to several non-general fund agencies; making a net supplemental appropriation of $11,790,000 to several capital improvement funds; amending the 2021-2022 Biennial Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 19210, Sections 18, 20, 30, 31, 32, 34, 40, 43, 43, 48, 50, 51, 60, 70, 70, 81, 81, 87, 87, 89, 89, 100, 106, 119, 121 and 129, 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-19 is a respiratory disease that can result in serious illness or death and can easily spread from person to person.  The World Health Organization has classified COVID-19 as a pandemic.

                     C.  On March 1, 2020, King County executive Dow Constantine signed a proclamation of emergency enabling "extraordinary measures" to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.  On March 3, 2020, the council passed Motion 15610, affirming the executive's proclamation of emergency.

                     D.  On March 23, 2020, as a result of the continued worldwide spread of COVID-19, its significant progression in Washington state, and the high risk it posed to our most vulnerable populations, 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.  The order was extended twice, with the last extension expiring May 31, 2020.

                     E.  On May 31, 2020, the Governor reiterated that a state of emergency continued to exist but amended the "Stay Home - Stay Healthy" proclamation and renamed it the "Safe Start - Stay Healthy" proclamation.  The Governor ordered that, except as provided in the phased county reopening plan, all other provisions of the state of emergency remained in force.

                     F.  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 the Safe Start Plan. 

                     G.  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.

                     H.  On November 15, 2020, in response to a doubling of statewide COVID-19 cases between late October and mid-November 2020, the Governor imposed new restrictions on, among other things, indoor gatherings, dining and fitness.  The Governor originally ordered those restrictions to remain in place through December 14, 2020, before extending the restrictions twice to apply through January 11, 2021.

                     I.  On December 11, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued the first emergency use authorization for a vaccine to prevent COVID-19, which allowed the vaccine to be distributed in the United States.  Days later, the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in King County, which were administered to front-line healthcare workers.  As of May 3, 2021, the county's vaccination efforts have resulted in the administration of approximately 1,225,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine.

                     J.  On January 5, 2021, the Governor announced "Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery," a COVID-19 phased recovery plan.  Under this plan, a region in the state may move into a new phase, forward or backward, depending upon whether metrics measuring the region's community disease levels and health system capacity meet state Department of Health criteria.

                     K.  On March 22, 2021, the Puget Sound region, including King County, moved to Phase 3 of the plan, which permits indoor dining, retail, fitness and worship services at fifty percent capacity, as well as at-home social gatherings limited in size.  King County currently has a COVID-19 transmission rate of 242.3 newly diagnosed cases per 100,000 residents, based on county data for the two weeks ending April 25, 2021, and 6.5 newly hospitalized cases per 100,000 residents, based on county data for the one week ending April 25, 2021.  Those rates indicate the county's need to revert to Phase 2.  However, on May 4, 2021, the Governor announced a two-week pause on movement in the COVID-19 phased recovery plan to keep the county remaining in Phase 3 until further notice.  On May 13, 2021, Governor Inslee announced that the state is moving toward full reopening on June 30, 2021.  Public Health - Seattle & King County is encouraging county residents to stay as vigilant as ever as the county faces more contagious COVID-19 variants.

                     L.  As further described in this section, COVID-19 and the related preventative measures necessitated by the pandemic, including those outlined in the executive orders summarized in subsections A. through K. of this section, have caused and continue to cause extraordinary, unprecedented and devastating economic effects in King County and throughout Washington.

                     M.  The federal government has provided the following relief in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:

                       1.  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.  Some of these relief programs apply to the county, and the county has used 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 COVID-19 pandemic, including expenses preparing for, responding to, mitigating impact of and preventing COVID-19.

                       2.  On December 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act ("CRRSAA") within the 2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act ("CAA"), which provided an additional $900 billion in federal stimulus, became law.  CRRSAA funding programs include Federal Transit Administration transit infrastructure grants, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Emergency Rental Assistance Program, and the Department of Health and Human Services Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund.  Several county departments are eligible to either receive or administer, or both, those moneys, which recipients may use to pay for, or to reimburse, expenses related to the ongoing COVID-19 health emergency.  As part of CRRSAA, the U.S. Department of the Treasury awarded the county Emergency Rental Assistance moneys.  Not less than ninety percent of awarded moneys must be used for direct financial assistance, including rent, rental arrears, utilities and home energy costs arrears, and other expenses related to housing.  Remaining moneys are available for housing stability services, including case management and other services intended to keep households stably housed, and administrative costs.  Moneys generally expire December 31, 2021.  CAA also extended the use of the CARES Act's Department of Treasury's Coronavirus Relief Fund to December 31, 2021.

                       3.  On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 ("the ARP Act"), a $1.9 trillion federal relief package, became law.  The ARP Act provides relief to state and local governments, including the county, through a variety of federal agencies and programs.  Under Section 9901 of the APR Act, a new Section 603 is added to Title VI of the Social Security Act to provide the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund ("CLFRF") to mitigate the fiscal effects stemming from the pandemic with respect to COVID-19.  The county will receive a direct allocation of CLFRF moneys.  As provided for under Section 9901, CLFRF moneys must be used:  to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic or its negative economic impacts, including assistance to households, small businesses and nonprofit organizations, or aid to impacted industries such as tourism, travel and hospitality; to respond to workers performing essential work during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing premium pay to eligible county workers who are performing that essential work, or by providing grants to eligible employers that have eligible workers who perform essential work; for the provision of government services to the extent of the reduction in revenue of such county due to the COVID-19 pandemic relative to revenues collected in the most-recent full fiscal year of the county prior to the emergency; or to make necessary investments in water, sewer or broadband infrastructure.

                     N.  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, mitigate against and respond to the pandemic are reasonable, necessary 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.

                     O.  As recognized in Ordinance 19191, adopted by the council on November 10, 2020, communities historically disadvantaged by racism, sexism and LGBTQI+ discrimination have suffered disproportionate health and economic impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, and greater challenges to remaining healthy.  Subsequent studies and reporting reaffirm the data cited in that prior ordinance.  For instance, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and public health - Seattle & King County have continued to report that racial and ethnic minority groups are disproportionately represented among COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.

                     P.  The council finds that relief is necessary for every community in the county, particularly those historically disadvantaged communities, including immigrant and refugee communities, that are more-adversely impacted by COVID-19 due to continuing discrimination and the lingering effects of past discrimination.  The council further finds that, for all appropriations related to the COVID-19 pandemic included in this ordinance, 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.  The strategies should take into account the dire need to provide relief as quickly as possible during this pandemic 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.

                     Q.  The council finds that COVID-19 leave costs as well as payroll costs, for employees dedicated to mitigating or responding to the COVID-19 public health emergency are necessary and reasonable for funding through the federal CLFRF.

                     R.  The council finds that the county's judicial system has been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The county superior court and district court have been required to close, relocate or otherwise significantly modify, or any combination thereof, their regular operations, including court services, trials and other proceedings.  The courts are handling cases and providing other services virtually and/or socially distanced, including at Meydenbauer Center, to the extent feasible and safe and as permitted by law.  Despite those efforts, criminal, juvenile offender, family, dependency and guardianship, civil and other cases have been delayed by necessity.  Meanwhile, new cases continue to be filed, resulting in a significant backlog of cases.  The superior court, the district court, the department of judicial administration, the prosecutor's office and the department of public defense have additional costs to handle increased caseloads, case backlogs due to COVID-19 response and provide virtual and socially distanced proceedings and services, including operations at the Meydenbauer Center, modifications to audio and visual facilities in courthouses, additional and overtime staff and additional communications and interpreter-related expenses.  The council therefore further finds that additional funds to pay for increased costs related to staff, services and operations in superior court, district court, judicial administration, prosecutor's office and public defense are appropriate to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     S.  The council finds that the COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the risk of domestic and sexual violence and increased the need for domestic and sexual violence services due to, among other things, the impact of stay-at-home orders contributing to social isolation, separating survivors from their support networks, reducing the time survivors have away from their abusers and diminishing access to childcare services, food and education, as well as increased financial stress on families that can lead to violence.  The pandemic also has increased the severity and number of behavioral health symptoms experienced by people across the county due to far-reaching medical, economic, social and political consequences.  The council therefore also finds that additional funds for domestic and sexual violence and behavioral health services are appropriate to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and its negative economic impacts.  Domestic and sexual violence services may include behavioral health - trauma recovery services and housing stability services utilizing the Domestic Violence Housing First model to help domestic and sexual violence survivors address barriers to housing stability.

                     T.  The council finds that decreased access to childcare services and the lack or decrease in in-person learning for children during the COVID-19 pandemic are having significant and wide-ranging adverse impacts on families, particularly lower income families and those in historically disadvantaged communities.  The council therefore also finds that additional funds for childcare services are appropriate to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and its negative economic impacts.

                     U.  The council finds that the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on activities have slowed and, in many cases, prevent new construction projects from moving forward in the county, resulting in adverse impacts on the construction industry.  The emergency also has resulted in delays in the county's ability to process permit applications and a backlog in applications as new permits continue to be filed.  The council further finds that providing additional resources to significantly reduce the wait times for county permits and work through the backlog of applications will allow job-creating projects to begin construction more quickly and support economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     V. The council finds that COVID-19 business process safety protocols for appraisers have constrained standard field and office operations of the department of assessments and that additional funds for overtime are needed to meet mandated deadlines and cover the additional time it takes to complete work and to cover COVID-related absences.

                     W.  The council finds that the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic impacts have resulted in decreased levels of health insurance coverage for county residents, particularly in historically disadvantaged communities that have been especially hard hit by both the COVID-19 pandemic and the related economic downturn.  Lack of insurance coverage can have substantial health and economic consequences for not only individuals, but also their families and communities.  In January 2021, President Biden signed an executive order to open up the federal health insurance marketplace through May 15, 2021, to allow uninsured people to buy a plan and those who want to change their marketplace coverage can do so.  The council further finds that providing funds for programs to help enroll people in health insurance during this enrollment period is appropriate to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and its negative economic impacts.

                     X.  The council finds that food insecurity has tripled in the county since March 2020.  The populations most affected by food insecurity are those that experience health disparities and structural racism and discrimination, including Black, Indigenous and People of Color, Latinx, immigrants and refugees, LGBTQI+ people, people with disabilities and people who are experiencing homelessness.   In response, community-based, faith-based and cultural organizations began distributing culturally appropriate food, but there remains a significant unmet need.  The council further finds that these community organizations report a need for additional resources to meet increased need during this emergency.  The council further finds that additional funds are needed to address food insecurity resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and its negative economic impacts, particularly in the provision of culturally appropriate food.

                     Y.  The council finds that residents, businesses, nonprofit organizations and other organizations in the county face barriers in accessing federal, state and local grant opportunities related to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly those from historically disadvantaged communities who may not have previously participated in publicly funded grant programs due to ongoing discrimination and the lingering effects of past discrimination.  The council therefore also finds that additional funds are appropriate to provide technical assistance for federal grant opportunities and to increase language access support to allow equitable access to grant programs.

                     Z.  The council finds that race- and ethnic-based discrimination and bias have increased during the pandemic due to inaccurate and misleading information  about the source of the virus and how it spreads.  The council therefore also finds that additional funds to provide in-language communications on COVID-related issues and anti-hate and bias response are needed to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     AA.  The council finds that the COVID-19 pandemic has widened disparities in the workforce and accelerated automation.  Health and safety measures forced many employers to adopt automation, resulting in the loss of entry-level and low-wage jobs like retail salespersons, cashiers, bartenders and waiters.  Those changes have significantly impacted workers with a high school education or less, older workers, and workers from historically disadvantaged communities.  Disparities that existed before the pandemic, especially those related to digital skills and reliable internet access, are worsening as work, education and training programs are digitized.  The council further finds that additional moneys are needed to plan for and implement a strategy to address the future of work, including training, increasing digital proficiency and access and monitoring and supporting the overall workforce transition.  The council further finds that investment in industries adversely impacted by the pandemic and its secondary effects is necessary to ensure those industries recover and to provide new and sustainable job opportunities for laid off and underemployed people as quickly as possible.

                     BB.  The council finds that public use of county parks and other facilities that allow for social distancing has dramatically increased throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.  The council therefore also finds that additional funds for the department of natural resources and parks are appropriate to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     CC.  The council finds that for the appropriations included in this ordinance that are related to the COVID-19 pandemic the executive will utilize a comprehensive and detailed cost recovery and funding optimization framework to inform the best use of the various revenue sources including, but not limited to, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, also known as the CRRSAA, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, also known as the ARP Act, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, state funding and local funding.  This includes applying strategic consideration on the flexibility of funding source, documentation, and administrative effort of cost recovery.

                     DD.  On April 11, 2021, Michael Colmant, deputy director of the airport division passed away from a fatal hit-and-run incident while riding his bicycle along Seward Park Avenue South in the city of Seattle.  As of July 14, 2021, the person or persons responsible for the hit-and-run death of Michael Colmant have not been identified.  The council finds that RCW 10.85.030 expressly allows a county legislative authority, in its discretion, to offer and pay a reward relating to the commission of a crime.

                     EE.  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 19210, Section 18, 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                     $6,510,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $10,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for the executive to contract with the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington to conduct an independent retrospective analysis of the impacts of coronavirus disease 2019 as described in Motion 15682.  The analysis shall include, but not be limited to, the health, economic and social impacts of coronavirus disease 2019 and the actions taken by King County leaders and public health - Seattle & King County to respond to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic and limit the spread of the virus.  During contract negotiations, the executive may negotiate access to public health and executive branch leaders in order to prioritize the ongoing pandemic response.  The analysis should be conducted by graduate students using publicly available data and resources and commence in January 2021.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $200,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority for the Alaskan Way and Western Access Improvements Elevator Replacement Project.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $2,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a gun violence prevention grant program for community-based organizations in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $20,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for a relief program, administered by the office of performance, strategy and budget, to provide grants to arts, culture, heritage and science organizations that shall include, but not be limited to, independent live music venues, independent theaters and organizations that provide facilities for after-school programs.  The program shall include, but not be limited to, the following requirements:

                     A.  For grants that shall support projects to prepare facilities for reopening and financial assistance due to business interruptions from fewer attendees and fewer events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, grant amounts shall be based on the number of attendees and number of events during pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels compared to estimated number of attendees of future events and estimated number of future events;

                     B.  Grants shall not support projects and financial assistance before the adoption of this ordinance (Proposed Ordinance 2021-0155);

                     C.  The office of performance, strategy and budget shall implement strategies to ensure that the moneys encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER4 are awarded broadly to as many organizations as feasible and also be available to smaller organizations that may not have access to or have the resources to apply to state and federal COVID-19 relief assistance; and

                     D.  The office of performance, strategy and budget shall establish a mechanism to incorporate feedback from all nine councilmembers before awarding grants.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with an organization that serves as a convener with entities located in the city of Seattle's downtown area and provides cleaning, safety, concierge and outreach services throughout the city of Seattle's downtown area.  The contract shall support economic recovery activities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the city of Seattle's downtown area.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to issue a request for proposals, and to manage and pay a contractor to conduct a study using arial technology to estimate fugitive landfill emissions from the Cedar Hills regional landfill in accordance with priority action GHG 3.20.4 in the King County 2020 Strategic Climate Action Plan, which was adopted by Motion 15866.

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound to provide up to a $50,000 reward to any person or persons providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the hit-and-run death of county employee Michael Colmant, consistent with applicable state law.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $250,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with a nonprofit organization that collects, tests and distributes blood to hospitals in the county.  The contract shall support efforts to secure blood and related supplies, which have declined due to the COVID-19 pandemic and support efforts to expand awareness and participation in historically disadvantaged communities.

                     ER9 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $160,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to award grants to organ transplant providers 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.

                     ER10 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Andy Hill Cancer Research Endowment (CARE) Fund to address health disparities in King County that have been exacerbated due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to establish a more equitable workforce in the health care industry in King County.  The appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER10 shall also support a report written by the Andy Hill Cancer Research Endowment (CARE) Fund, which shall include, but not be limited to, findings, recommendations and next steps identified from the work completed as a result of the contract.  The report should be electronically filed with the clerk of the council no later than July 31, 2022, who shall retain an electronic copy and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the community, health and housing services committee, or its successor.

                     P1 PROVIDED THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $400,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a fiscal sustainability plan for 2021 through 2031 for the unincorporated area and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the plan and a motion acknowledging receipt of the plan is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The plan shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

                     A.1.  A description and identification of all local services currently provided and expected to be provided in 2021 through 2031 by the county in the unincorporated areas; and

                       2.  Analyses and recommendations of the appropriate levels of service from 2021 through 2031 for each local service identified;

                     B.1.  A description of existing funding sources and expected revenues from each funding source from 2021 through 2031 for each local service identified; and

                       2.  An evaluation of whether existing and expected revenues from existing funding sources is sufficient to support the appropriate levels of service from 2021 through 2031 for each local service identified;

                     C.  Methods to fill any identified funding gap to achieve the appropriate levels of service from 2021 through 2031 for each local service identified.  The methods shall ensure that the county has sufficient financial resources to provide the local services identified in subsections A. and B. of this proviso.  Methods to fill the funding gap in the plan shall include, at a minimum:

                       1.  Prioritizing the use of flexible sources of revenue to local service delivery;

                       2.  Imposing funding sources authorized by state law that the county currently does not use; and

                       3.  Identifying policy, land use designation, zoning and code changes to support tax revenue generation, such as increased neighborhood business or industrial zoned areas; and

                     D.  Identifying of a timeline, milestones, outcomes, performance measures and reporting to the council, to achieve fiscal sustainability in the unincorporated areas for the study period of 2021 through 2031.

                     The executive should electronically file the plan and motion required by this proviso no later than December 1, 2021, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the local services committee, or its successor.

                     P2 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $200,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits an implementation plan on the restorative community pathways program that includes requirements specified in subsections A. through F. of this proviso and an updated implementation plan on the restorative community pathways program that includes requirements specified in subsection G. of this proviso, a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the implementation plan, a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the updated implementation plan and the motion acknowledging receipt of the implementation plan and the motion acknowledging receipt of the updated implementation plan are passed by the council. Both motions should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The implementation plan should be developed in partnership with community-based organizations and include, but not be limited to, the following:

                     A.  A program description describing all components of the program, including roles and responsibilities of participating county agencies and community-based organizations;

                     B.  The request for proposals for awarding contracts to the community-based organizations.  The request for proposals shall include the criteria and selection process for awarding contracts to community-based organizations;

                     C.  A description of how services will be provided equitably to eligible youth in all parts of King County;

                     D.  A description of the overall program readiness to begin serving an estimated thirty to fifty eligible youth per month;

                     E.  A description of the evaluation plan, including a listing of the qualitative and quantitative data that will be collected as part of the program evaluation.  The data should include demographic data on participating youth including age, ZIP code of the youth's home residence, gender and race;

                     F.  Milestones for the transition of service provision from juvenile probation staff to community-based organizations; and

                     G.  A progress report summarizing the first three months of the program after referrals begin from the prosecuting attorney's office.

                     The executive should electronically file the plan that includes requirements specified in subsections A. through F. of this proviso and motion required by this proviso no later than July 30, 2021, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy an 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 executive should electronically file the plan with requirement specified in subsection G. of this proviso and motion required by this proviso, five months after the prosecuting attorney's office begins referring cases to the restorative community pathways program, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy 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, $50,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the office of performance, strategy and budget transmits a study on the feasibility of a countywide basic income pilot program, a report providing recommendations based on the study and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the study and report, and a motion acknowledging the receipt of the study and report is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

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

                     A.  An evaluation of the various types of basic income pilots and programs currently in existence in the United States and a recommendation on the type of a basic income pilot program that will achieve King County's specific goals of reducing income inequality and centering racial equity;

                     B.  An analysis on the feasibility and scalability of the recommended basic income pilot program on a countywide level;

                     C.  A description of how residents would be chosen to participate in the recommended basic income pilot program to ensure equity;

                     D.  Recommendations on the amount and frequency at which the county would disburse funds to participants.  In making those recommendations, the study shall take into consideration cost of living in the county and the timing of when household expenses are due;

                     E.  A description of how the recommended basic income pilot program would provide data that informs impacts and outcomes related to, but not limited to, income volatility, both psychological and physical health and well-being;

                     F.   An evaluation of how the recommended basic income pilot program could enhance other existing countywide efforts to improve equity among county residents, such as the best start for kids levy, childcare subsidies and other programs; and

                     G.  A comprehensive budget for the recommended basic income pilot program.

                     The office of performance, strategy and budget should electronically file the study, report and motion required by this proviso no later than December 31, 2021, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain electronic copies and provide electronic copies to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the budget and fiscal management committee, or its successor.

                     P4 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $600,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the office of performance strategy and budget transmits three reports on progress toward addressing the civil and criminal case backlog that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic and progress on addressing new eviction cases after the state eviction moratorium is lifted.  Each report shall be transmitted with a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report.  Each motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The first report shall include a baseline definition of how the backlog of criminal and civil cases being addressed with resources supported in this ordinance (Proposed Ordinance 2021-0238) is defined in terms of the age of cases, when cases were filed and case types, or other relevant criteria, and how many cases meet the definition by case type for monitoring purposes.  The first report shall also identify a start date for tracking eviction cases.

                     The executive should electronically file the first report and the motion required by this proviso no later than November 30, 2021, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy 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.

                      The  second and third report shall cover the periods from July 27, 2021, through March 31, 2022, and from April 1, 2022, through September 30, 2022, respectively, and include, but not be limited to, the following information from district court, the department of judicial administration, the prosecuting attorney's office, the department of public defense and superior court:

                     A.  A list of positions supported by this ordinance (Proposed Ordinance 2021-0238) for  district court, the department of judicial administration, the prosecuting attorney's office, the department of public defense and superior court, by job type, the number of those positions that are vacant and the hire dates for all filled positions in the period covered by the report and the total since the July 27, 2021,

                     B.  How much of the appropriation for district court, the department of judicial administration, the prosecuting attorney's office, the department of public defense and superior court this ordinance (Proposed Ordinance 2021-0238) has been expended as of the final day of the reporting period and the total since the July 27, 2021,

                     C.  For superior court cases, the number of backlog cases as defined in the first report, and the number of backlog cases resolved, by charge and type of resolution,

                     D.  For district court cases, the number of backlog cases as defined in the first report, and the number of backlog cases processed and removed from the system, and

                     E.  The identification and discussion of barriers or system challenges to addressing the backlog or addressing new evictions.  The barriers and system challenges could be general or specific to a certain case type.

                     Moneys shall be unencumbered in $200,000 increments upon adoption of the motion acknowledging receipt of each quarterly report is passed by the council.

                     The executive should electronically file the second report and motion required by this proviso no later than May 16, 2022, and the third report and motion required by this proviso no later than November 14, 2022, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy 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 3.  Ordinance 19210, Section 20, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Sheriff                     $248,000

The maximum number of additional FTEs for sheriff shall be:                     1.0

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $397,933 shall be expended or encumbered solely to keep the Fourth Avenue entrance to the King County Courthouse open and accessible during normal operating hours.  Moneys restricted by this expenditure restriction shall not be expended or encumbered until King County has entered Stage 4 of the Governor of Washington state's Safe Start Plan included in the Governor's "Safe Start - Stay Healthy" County-By-County Phased Reopening emergency proclamations issued in response to the coronavirus 2019 disease and the King County Courthouse has returned to normal operations.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, moneys shall not be expended or encumbered for the following:

                     A.  To obtain, retain, possess, access or use: (1) any facial recognition service; or (2) facial recognition information;

                     B.  To enter into a contract or agreement with any third party for the purpose of obtaining, retaining, possessing, accessing or using, by or on behalf of the sheriff's office, any facial recognition service or facial recognition information; or

                     C.  To issue any permit or license or enter into a contract or other agreement that authorizes any third party, on behalf of the sheriff's office, to obtain, retain, possess, access or use:  (1) any facial recognition service; or (2) facial recognition information.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $20,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for the development of a community-led, crime watch pilot program for unincorporated King County.  The program should include processes for unincorporated King County residents to acquire crime watch signs and establish block watch captains who would serve as the primary point of contact between the sheriff's office and the neighborhood.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide the city of Maple Valley with moneys for coordination of traffic control with other jurisdictions in the unincorporated areas around Lake Wilderness park for the national IRONMAN triathlon scheduled to take place on September 19, 2021.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $630,000 of general fund revenues shall be expended or encumbered solely for personnel costs related to the Juneteenth holiday for all county employees in 2022.  The moneys encumbered in this expenditure restriction shall only be expended upon the enactment of Ordinance 19209.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $400,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a mental and behavioral health navigator program in unincorporated King County for mental and behavioral health professionals to assist sheriff deputies encountering at-risk individuals to connect the individuals to mental and behavioral health services and treatments as an alternative to incarceration or hospitalization.

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,050,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support sheriff deputies performing emphasis patrols around the perimeter of the King County Courthouse to the end of the biennium in furtherance of the 2017 recommendations from the courthouse security work group.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $200,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a wellness and resiliency pilot project in the sheriff's office.  To improve on-the-job performance and reduce the use-of-force instances and community complaints, the wellness and resiliency program shall facilitate and provide for department of public safety employees access to health and wellness resources, such as programs to combat dependency on alcohol or drugs and mental and physical health improvement programs, as well as to provide voluntary debriefs among and with deputies and detectives engaged in high-stress work such as a rotation in the child pornography investigation unit.  The program may not administer county benefits but, rather, will address the unique stressors in law enforcement and connect department of public safety employees to resources.

                     ER9 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $248,000 of general fund revenues shall be expended or encumbered solely for one noncomisssioned FTE position for a recruiter to support recruitment of new deputies.

                     P1 PROVIDED THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, no moneys shall be expended or encumbered to fill the one school resource officer position requested by the Renton School District until:

                     A.  At least one-half of all high school students in the schools to be served by the school resource officer are receiving onsite in-person classroom instruction at least two days per week; and

                     B.  The sheriff has certified that the requesting jurisdiction still desires to contract for the position.  The sheriff shall transmit the certification electronically to the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers.

                     P2 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $150,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff transmits a report describing its body-worn camera and in-car camera systems pilot program and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report and a motion acknowledging the report is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

                     A.  A description of the proposed policies and procedures for the use of body-worn camera and in-car camera systems by sheriff's office personnel;

                     B.  A description of the work performed by the King County department of information technology program manager to evaluate and assess body-worn camera and in-car camera systems on behalf of the sheriff's office for the pilot project. The description shall include the list of all vendors reviewed by the program manager and an explanation for why the awarded vendor was selected for the pilot program;

                     C.  The frequency and location of patrols by sheriff's office personnel equipped with body-worn cameras and in-car cameras;

                     D.  A description of the sheriff's office's community engagement efforts, particularly as they relate to efforts to engage with Black, Indigenous and people of color communities, regarding the use of body-worn camera and in-car camera systems by sheriff's office personnel in the geographic areas selected for the pilot program and across the county as a whole.  The description shall include a summary of the comments and general feedback provided by communities regarding the use of body-worn camera and in-car camera systems by sheriff's office personnel; and

                     E.  A description of the pilot program's outcomes and lessons learned.

                     The sheriff should electronically file the report and motion required by this proviso no later than October 31, 2021, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the law and justice, or its successor.

                     P3 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $10,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the sheriff's office transmits a health and wellness program report and a motion that should acknowledge receipt of the report is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section, and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to:

                     A.  A description of the health and wellness programs facilitated by the wellness and resiliency program and  offered to department of public safety personnel, including those programs intended to assist in coping with stress, combatting substance dependency of alcohol and drugs and improvements to mental and physical health;

                     B.  An assessment of the program’s contribution to increasing individuals' willingness to seek help;

                     C.  An assessment of the participation rates of sworn sheriff officers and civilian employees in the department of public safety in each health and wellness program facilitated by the wellness and resiliency program; and

                     D.  An evaluation of the effectiveness of the health and wellness programs facilitated by the wellness and resiliency program.

                     The sheriff’s office should electronically file the report and motion required by this proviso no later than September 30, 2022, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy 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 4.  Ordinance 19210, Section 30, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     PROSECUTING ATTORNEY - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Prosecuting attorney                     $12,862,000

                     SECTION 5.  Ordinance 19210, Section 31, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Superior court                     $10,896,000

                     SECTION 6.  Ordinance 19210, Section 32, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     District court                     $4,398,000

                     SECTION 7.  Ordinance 19210, Section 34, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Judicial administration                     $3,643,000

                     SECTION 8.  Ordinance 19210, Section 40, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Assessments                     $289,000

                     SECTION 9.  Ordinance 19210, Section 43, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     General fund transfer to department of community and

human services                     ($5,000,000)

                     SECTION 10.  The council directs that section 9 of this ordinance takes effect before section 11 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 11.  Ordinance 19210, Section 43, 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                     $16,175,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $450,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the organizations selected by council districts.

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for a community-based organization capacity building program, which shall include sufficient funding for capacity building for community-based organizations involved in work related to the restorative community pathways diversion program.  Capacity-building efforts shall include increasing a community-based organization's geographic reach directly or indirectly through partnerships with other community-based organizations and increasing a community-based organization's internal capacity and expertise.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Auburn Valley YMCA to provide community services and recreational equipment for youths and seniors.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with Book-It Repertory Theatre.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Center for Human Services.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the city of Renton to support programs within the Renton community.

                     ER7 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the city of Bellevue to support the Friends of Bellevue Cross-Cultural Center Project.

                     ER8 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Federal Way and Auburn Boys and Girls Club to purchase sporting equipment or pay recreation or leasing fees for youth in-need in the Auburn and Federal Way School districts.

                     ER9 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center to support arts and cultural programs and operations during and after the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic.

                     ER10 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Mt. Si Senior Center to support the Far East Senior Hub.

                     ER11 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with Open Doors for Multicultural Families to support community engagement and concept development for a community center for individuals with disabilities.

                     ER12 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Rainier Beach Action Coalition.

                     ER13 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Seattle Children's Theatre.

                     ER14 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Seattle Fishermen's Memorial.

                     ER15 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with Seattle Shakespeare Company.

                     ER16 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Seattle Sports Commission for outreach and bidding on regional, national and international sporting events to be held in King County.

                     ER17 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the Three Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited for a milfoil removal pilot project in Lake Sammamish.

                     ER18 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $25,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with Urban Family Center Association.

                     ER19 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the White Center Community Development Association.

                     ER20 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $5,000,000 of general fund revenues shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with charitable, nonprofit organizations to provide financial assistance to eligible clients applying for immigration relief, as well as a contracted nonprofit organization's costs to administer and advertise the assistance.  The assistance shall be in the form of defraying the fees associated with the eligible client's immigration relief process.  For the purposes of this expenditure restriction, "eligible client" means a person, including a person who is not eligible for federal or state benefits because of the person's immigration status: (1) whose household income, excluding any asset limit program requirements, would qualify the person to receive one of the following types of state-administered public assistance:  temporary assistance for needy families, aged, blind or disabled assistance benefits, medical care services, pregnant women assistance benefits, poverty-related veterans' benefits, food stamps or food stamp benefits transferred electronically, refugee resettlement benefits, Medicaid or supplemental security income; and (2) who resides, works or attends school in King County or is currently detained but immediately before the detention resided, worked or attended school in King County.  The financial assistance supported by this appropriation shall not exceed $3,000 per eligible client or $6,000 per eligible client's household.

                     ER21 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $11,175,000 of general fund revenues shall be expended or encumbered solely for a program to provide direct financial assistance to persons who have experienced adverse economic impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and are not eligible for federal COVID-19 related assistance due to the persons' immigration status.

                     SECTION 12.  Ordinance 19210, Section 48, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     JAIL HEALTH SERVICES - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Jail health services                     $1,280,000

                     SECTION 13.  Ordinance 19210, Section 50, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     ADULT AND JUVENILE DETENTION - From the general fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Adult and juvenile detention                     $1,808,000

                     SECTION 14.  Ordinance 19210, Section 51, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Public defense                     $10,661,000

                     The maximum number of additional FTEs for public defense shall be:                     25.5

                     SECTION 15.  Ordinance 19210, Section 60, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

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

                     Community and human services administration                     $13,175,000

                     ER2 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $7,000,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to support a child care assistance program to provide vouchers for families that are facing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  At least $1,000,000 of the appropriation encumbered in this Expenditure Restriction ER2 shall be expended or encumbered solely to provide child care vouchers for applicants who live or work in rural areas of King County.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $400,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with organizations to deliver diapers throughout the county for families that are facing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with organizations that provide support to individuals and their families experiencing domestic violence, sexual violence and gender-based violence, which have increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $480,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with a law school in the city of Seattle to provide no-cost legal services to county residents for educational purposes, including, but not limited to, assist in filing domestic violence protection orders, which have increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

                     ER6 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $11,175,000 of general fund revenues shall be expended or encumbered solely for a program to provide direct financial assistance to persons who have experienced adverse economic impacts caused by the  COVID-19 pandemic and are not eligible for federal COVID-19 related assistance due to the persons' immigration status.

                     P2 PROVIDED FURTHER THAT:

                     Of this appropriation, $50,000 shall not be expended or encumbered until the executive transmits a report on the status and results of the department of community and human service's procurement process for community services to support secure detention diversion for the city of Seattle and a motion to acknowledge receipt of the report, and a motion acknowledging receipt of the report is passed by the council.  The motion should reference the subject matter, the proviso's ordinance number, ordinance section and proviso number in both the title and body of the motion.

                     The report shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

                     A.  A description of the how the department consulted with the King County council, Seattle Mayor's Office, Seattle City Council and representatives of the community and other groups to develop the investment approaches to support diversion and decrease the use of secure detention, including a listing of all of the groups participating in the planning process;

                     B.  Copies of the request for proposals for the procurement process;

                     C.  A listing of all respondents to the procurement process; and

                     D.  A listing of all those who received contracts under the procurement process, showing:  (1) the contract amount awarded for each contract; (2) the contract period for each contract; (3) a description of the services that each contractor will provide; (4) the proposed populations and services area for each contract; (5) the performance metrics in each contract; and (6) a description of how the contractor's services will divert individuals from the criminal-legal system and secure detention.

                     The report required by this proviso should be completed within ninety days from the date of the department's final contract award notification but no later ninety days from September 30, 2021.

                     The executive should file the report on the department's procurement process for community services to support secure detention diversion for the city of Seattle and the motion required by this proviso in electronic format 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 16.  Ordinance 19210, Section 70, 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                     ($499,500)

                     SECTION 17.  The council directs that section 16 of this ordinance takes effect before section 18 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 18.  Ordinance 19210, Section 70, 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                     $499,500

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $90,000 shall be expended from levy proceeds allocated in 2021 for SE 4.8 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 2021:

                     American Legion Post 79                     $7,500

                     American Legion Post 227                     $10,000

                     American-Vietnamese War Memorial Alliance                     $5,000

                     Burien-Highline Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4314                     $2,500

                     City of Federal Way- Veterans Committee                     $5,000

                     Council District 6 Organizations                     $5,000

                     Council District 8 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Covington Chamber of Commerce Veteran Spouse Scholarship Program                     $2,500

                     Filipino Veterans Recognition Education Project                     $2,500

                     F.O.B. Hope                     $5,000

                     Gold Star Families Memorial Monument                     $2,500

                     Highline College Foundation - Support for Vets                     $2,500

                     Kent-Meridian Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6785                     $2,500

                     Nisei Veterans Memorial Hall                     $2,500

                     National Association for Black Veterans                     $2,500

                     Outreach and Resource Services for Women Veterans (OARS)                     $5,000

                     Renton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1263                     $2,500

                     Snoqualmie Indian Tribe                     $2,500

                     Skyway West Hill Veterans of Foreign Wars                     $2,500

                     The Hitching Rail Wellness Center & Retreat                     $2,500

                     Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2995                     $5,000

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

                     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

2022 for SE 4.8 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 2022:

                     American Legion Post 227                     $10,000

                     Council District 2 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Council District 3 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Council District 4 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Council District 6 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Council District 7 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Council District 8 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Council District 9 Organizations                     $10,000

                     Highline College Foundation - Support for Vets                     $2,500

                     Highline Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4314                     $2,500

                     Kent-Meridian Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6785                     $2,500

                     Renton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1263                     $2,500

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 2021 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 2021:

                     Auburn Food Bank                     $20,000

                     Aurora Commons                     $20,000

                     Catholic Community Services                     $32,750

                     Council District 1 Organizations                     $500

                     Council District 2 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 3 Organizations                     (($55,500)) $30,500

                     ((Council District 4 Organizations                     $15,500))

                     Council District 8 Organizations                     $30,500

                     Domestic Abuse Women's Network                     $5,500

                     Eastside Legal Assistance Program                     $20,000

                     International Nutritional Sustainable Partners                     $25,000

                     Kent Hope                     $25,000

                     King County Housing Authority                     $25,500

                     LifeWire                     $20,000

                     Maple Valley Food Bank Rental Assistance                     $5,000

                     Mercer Island Youth and Family Service                     $15,500

                     Multi-Service Center                     $7,750

                     New Beginnings                     $15,500

                     Plateau Ministries Outreach                     $5,000

                     REACH Renton                     $5,000

                     Renton Housing Authority                     $10,000

                     Valley Cities                     $20,000

                     Vashon Interfaith Council on Homelessness                     $25,000

                     Vine Maple Place                     $5,000

                     Youthcare                     $55,000

                     Youthcare - Orion Center                     $20,000

TOTAL                     $499,500

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

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $499,500 shall be expended from levy proceeds allocated in 2022 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 2022:

                     Council District 1 Organizations                     $500

                     Council District 2 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 3 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 4 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 5 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 6 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 7 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 8 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Council District 9 Organizations                     $55,500

                     Youthcare                     $55,000

TOTAL                     $499,500

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

                     ER5 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,500,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for the executive to contract for services with thirteen entities that submitted proposals under Social Engagement Strategy 3 (Transform Senior Centers) as described in the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy Implementation Plan but were not initially selected as a senior hub to receive funding under that strategy.  The thirteen entities are:

                     Black Diamond Community Center;

                     Burien Community Center;

                     City of SeaTac, Senior Programs;

                     City of Tukwila, Older Adult Investments;

                     Filipino Community of Seattle;

                     Greater Maple Valley Community Center;

                     Korean Women's Association;

                     North Bellevue Community Center;

                     Renton Senior Activity Center;

                     Sound Generations - Ballard Northwest Senior Center;

                     Sound Generations - Senior Center of West Seattle;

                     Sound Generations - Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center; and

                     Vashon Maury Senior Center.

                     Each contract shall be for the same amount of money in exchange for each particular entity providing services eligible under the strategy.  In accordance with the Veteran, Seniors and Human Services Levy Implementation Plan and before the moneys restricted by this proviso may be expended or encumbered, the executive must transmit a notification letter to council confirming this funding allocation. 

                     The executive should electronically transmit the confirmation letter required by this proviso no later than March 1, 2021, with the clerk of the council, who shall retain an electronic copy and provide an electronic copy to all councilmembers, the council chief of staff and the lead staff for the community, health and  housing committee, or its successor.

                     SECTION 19.  Ordinance 19210, Section 81, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     YOUTH SPORTS FACILITIES GRANTS - From the youth and amateur sports fund there is hereby disappropriated from:

                     Youth sports facilities grants                     ($1,920,000)

                     SECTION 20.  The council directs that section 19 of this ordinance takes effect before section 21 of this ordinance.

                     SECTION 21.  Ordinance 19210, Section 81, as amended, is hereby amended as follows:

                     YOUTH SPORTS FACILITIES GRANTS - From the youth and amateur sports fund there is hereby appropriated to:

                     Youth sports facilities grants                     $1,920,000

                     ER1 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,549,000 shall be expended or encumbered 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, $620,000 shall be expended or encumbered 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.  For the purpose of this expenditure restriction, "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 shall not be required of grant applicants.

                     ER3 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $2,684,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely for a 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.  For the purpose of this expenditure restriction, "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 shall not be required of grant applicants.

                     ER4 EXPENDITURE RESTRICTION:

                     Of this appropriation, $1,920,000 shall be expended or encumbered solely to contract with the following for the King County council Get Active/Stay Active awards for youth or amateur sport activities or facilities:

                     AbuBakr Islamic Center of Washington                     $5,000

                     Access2                     $15,000

                     Associated Recreation Council (Seattle Parks)                     $100,000

                     Associated Recreation Council (Seattle Parks) - Youth Basketball                     $30,000

                     Auburn Little League                     $5,000

                     Auburn Ravens                     $5,000

                     Auburn Youth Soccer Club                     $5,000

                     Azteca Boxing Club                     $5,000

                     Ballard Senior Center                     $20,000

                     Baseball Beyond Borders                     $30,000

                     Bellevue Boys and Girls Club                     $20,000

                     Bellevue School District - Newport High School                     $5,000

                     Belltown Portal Park                     $25,000

                     Benson Bruins                     $5,000

                     ((Big League Edge                     $5,000))

                     Boys and Girls Clubs of King County                     $20,750

                     Burien Bearcats                     $5,000

                     Cascade Foothills Soccer Club                     $5,000

                     Cascade Vista Athletic Association                     $15,000

                     Chinook Little League                     $5,000

                     City of Algona                     $10,000

                     City of Auburn                     $25,000

                     City of Bellevue                     $5,000

                     City of Black Diamond                     $5,000

                     City of Black Diamond - Skate Park                     $25,000

                     City of Carnation                     $10,000

                     City of Covington                     $5,000

                     City of Enumclaw                     $5,000

                     City of Federal Way                     $25,000

                     City of Kent                     $15,000

                     City of Kirkland Parks and Community Services                     $10,538

                     City of Maple Valley                     $5,000

                     City of Mercer Island                     $9,000

                     City of Newcastle                     $5,000

                     City of Pacific                     $15,000

                     City of Renton - Community Services                     $10,000

                     City of Snoqualmie                     $40,000

                     Coalfield Park                     $5,000

                     Congolese Integration Network                     $5,000

                     Council District 2 Organizations                     $89,357

                     Council District 3 Organizations                     $120,000

                     Council District 4 Organizations                     (($90,000)) $45,000

                     Council District 5 Organizations                     (($30,000)) $20,000

                     Council District 7 Organizations                     $40,000

                     Council District 8 Organizations                     $108,000

                     Cultures United                     $10,000

                     Dale Turner Family YMCA                     $22,500

                     Des Moines Pool Metropolitan Park District (Mount Rainier Pool)                     $5,000

                     Driveline Baseball                     $5,000

                     Emerald City Basketball Academy                     $5,000

                     Enumclaw School District - Enumclaw High School                     $5,000

                     Fall City Historical Society                     $10,000

                     Federal Way Football Club                     $5,000

                     Federal Way Knights                     $5,000

                     Federal Way Hawks Football                     $5,000

                     Federal Way National Little League                     $20,000

                     Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance                     $25,000

                     Greater Renton-Tukwila Youth Soccer Association                     $10,000

                     Greenlake Boathouse                     $50,000

                     Green River College                     $10,000

                     ((Gregory Seahurst Swim Club                     $5,000))

                     Highline Bears                     $27,000

                     Highline College                     $10,000

                     India Association of Western Washington                     $25,000

                     Inglemoor Lacrosse Club                     $12,500

                     ((Issaquah History Museum                     $10,000))

                     Issaquah School District - Issaquah High School                     $5,000

                     Issaquah School District - Liberty High School                     $5,000

                     Johnny Lazor Field                     $25,000

                     Junior Football - Tahoma Bears                     $5,000

                     Kenmore Rowing Club                     $20,000

                     Kenmore Waterfront Activities Center                     $20,000

                     Kent Knights                     $5,000

                     Kent Little League                     $5,000

                     Kent School District - Kentlake High School                     $5,000

                     Kent School District - Kentridge High School                     $5,000

                     Kent School District - Kentwood High School                     $5,000

                     ((Kent Swim and Tennis Club                     $5,000))

                     Kindering                     $19,700

                     King County Department of Parks and Natural Resources                     $10,000

                     Kraken Foundation                     $50,000

                     Lake City Senior Center                     $20,000

                     Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association                     $19,000

                     Liberty Rugby Club                     $5,000

                     Liga Azteca                     $5,000

                     Liga del Pacifico                     $5,000

                     Maple Valley Pony Baseball and Fast Pitch                     $5,000

                     Mother Africa                     $5,000

                     Newport Sammamish Interlake Girls Lacrosse                     $15,256

                     Newport Youth Soccer Club                     $5,000

                     North Bend Community Theatre dba Valley Center Stage Theatre                     $15,000

                     Northshore Senior Center                     $25,000

                     Petrovisky Park                     $5,000

                     Puget Sound Cricket Club                     $7,500

                     Puget Sound Lancers                     $5,000

                     Rainier Athletes                     $20,000

                     Renton Little League                     $5,000

                     Renton Rangers                     $5,000

                     Renton School District - Hazen High School                     $5,000

                     Renton School District - Lindbergh High School                     $5,000

                     Renton School District - Tahoma High School                     $5,000

                     RMD Community Sports Association                     $5,000

                     Sail Sandpoint                     $20,000

                     Sammamish Lacrosse Club                     $15,256

                     School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts                     $25,000

                     SeaTac Sharks                     $5,000

                     Seattle Sake Paddling Club                     $9,000

                     Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center                     $20,000

                     Skate Like a Girl                     $15,000

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

                     Sno-Valley North Little League                     $10,000

                     Soccer Without Borders                     $10,000

                     Somali Bantu of Seattle                     $5,000

                     Somali Community Services of Seattle                     $5,000

                     South Highline American Little League                     $5,000

                     South Highline National Little League                     $5,000

                     Steel Lake Little League          &