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File #: FCD2021-10    Version: 1
Type: FCD Resolution Status: Passed
File created: In control: King County Flood Control District
On agenda: Final action: 9/14/2021
Enactment date: Enactment #: FCD2021-10
Title: A RESOLUTION relating to the operations and finances of the King County Flood Control Zone District; authorizing the expenditure of District funds for projects and activities in accordance with the Flood Reduction Grants.
Attachments: 1. FCD2021-10 Final, 2. A. 2021 Flood Reduction Grant Recommendation List, 3. FCD2021-10 Staff Report 2021 Flood Reduction Grants, 4. FCD2021-10 Invoice & Affidavit.pdf
Drafter
Clerk 08/31/2021
Title
A RESOLUTION relating to the operations and finances of the King County Flood Control Zone District; authorizing the expenditure of District funds for projects and activities in accordance with the Flood Reduction Grants.
Body
WHEREAS, the King County Flood Control Zone District ("the District") adopts an annual work program, budget, operating budget for King County, capital budget and six-year capital improvement program pursuant to chapter 86.15 RCW, and
WHEREAS, in 2014, the District created the Flood Reduction Grant fund to provide grant funding for projects with flood reduction benefits, including, but not limited to, surface water overflows, near shore flooding, lake flooding due to outflow blockage, or the clearance of clogged agricultural drainage systems, and
WHEREAS, in 2020, the District expanded the Flood Reduction Grant fund to provide grant funding for projects addressing the countywide flood issues of urban streams, coastal erosion/coastal flooding, and culvert replacement/fish passage restoration, and
WHEREAS, the District desires to continue funding projects in the Flood Reduction Grant fund, and
WHEREAS, in establishing the District's 2021 budget, the District provided $12,000,000 in funding in the Flood Reduction Grant Fund, and
WHEREAS, a selection committee composed of the director of the water and land resources division of the King County department of natural resources and parks, the District's executive director and a former Burien city council member reviewed the 2021 applications for grant funds and made a recommendation regarding them to the District, and
WHEREAS, the District's executive committee reviewed the selection committee's recommendations, and
WHEREAS, based on the recommendation of the selection committee, as considered and modified by the District's executive committee, the board of supervisors desires to approve the 2021 grant fund applications and projects;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ...

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