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File #: 2021-0250    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/17/2021 In control: Mobility and Environment Committee
On agenda: Final action: 9/7/2021
Enactment date: 9/21/2021 Enactment #: 19327
Title: AN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to sign an interagency agreement between King County, a political subdivision of the state of Washington, and the city of SeaTac, a municipal corporation in the state of Washington, regarding the design, construction, ownership, operation and maintenance of the portion of Segment C of the Lake to Sound trail that is within the city.
Sponsors: Dave Upthegrove
Indexes: Agreement, Executive, King County, Sea-Tac, City of, Washington, State of
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19327, 2. A. Interagency Agreement Between King County and the City of SeaTac, 3. 2021-0250 transmittal letter, 4. 2021-0250 fiscal note, 5. 2021-0250 Legislative Review form, 6. 2021-0250_SR LTS Seg C SeaTac
Staff: Tracy, Jake
Drafter
Clerk 06/28/2021
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AN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to sign an interagency agreement between King County, a political subdivision of the state of Washington, and the city of SeaTac, a municipal corporation in the state of Washington, regarding the design, construction, ownership, operation and maintenance of the portion of Segment C of the Lake to Sound trail that is within the city.
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STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. King County, the Washington state Department of Transportation and the cities of SeaTac and Burien are working cooperatively to construct the 2.2-mile Segment C of the Lake to Sound trail. Segment C connects the south terminus of Segment B to the Des Moines Creek trail at South 200th Street.
2. The interlocal agreement governs only those portions of Segment C of the Lake to Sound trail located in the city of SeaTac.
3. Segment C will be a critical segment of the larger sixteen-mile regional Lake to Sound trail, extending from the southern end of Lake Washington to Puget Sound as part of a recreation and transportation corridor, and will provide health benefits to the residents of cities and King County.
4. Under RCW 36.89.050, King County is authorized to construct a park or recreational facility and transfer to a city the county's ownership interest in, and the operation and maintenance obligations for, the facility, provided the city continues to use the facility for the same purposes or conveys other equivalent facilities to King County in exchange thereof.
5. The city of SeaTac has required the Washington state Department of Transportation to construct the portion of Segment C within the city boundaries as a component of the mitigation required for the State Route 509 Completion Project. The city has approved King County to act on behalf of the Washington state Department of Transportation in the design and construction of Segment C.
6. The county has entered into a funding agreement with the Washington state De...

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