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File #: 2009-0329    Version:
Type: Motion Status: Passed
File created: 5/26/2009 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: Final action: 12/14/2009
Enactment date: Enactment #: 13106
Title: A MOTION accepting the superior court targeted facility master plan.
Sponsors: Larry Phillips, Bob Ferguson, Kathy Lambert
Indexes: Construction and Facilities Management (DCFM)
Attachments: 1. Mot 13106.pdf, 2. 2009-0329 Att 3 COW_FMP Presentation_Jul012009_062609.ppt, 3. 2009-0329 Attachment to Transmittal Letter--SC Targeted FMP Steering Committee-February 24, 2009 Meeting - Compiled Summary of Scenario Comments.doc, 4. 2009-0329 COW July 29 SC FMP FINAL 072809.ppt, 5. 2009-0329 COW_FMP Presentation for 10-26-09.ppt, 6. 2009-0329 COW_FMP Presentation_Aug 19_FINAL.ppt, 7. 2009-0329 COW_FMP Presentation_Jul082009_Final.ppt, 8. 2009-0329 Handout from 11-16-09 COW.pdf, 9. 2009-0329 Staff Report for 11-16-09 COW.pdf, 10. 2009-0329 Staff Report Sup Ct FMP First Mtg (2).docx, 11. 2009-0329 Transmittal Letter.doc, 12. A. Superior Court Targeted Juvenile and Family Law Facilities Master Plan
Drafter
Clerk 12/08/2009
Title
A MOTION accepting the superior court targeted facility master plan.
Body
WHEREAS, the superior court of King County provides juvenile, family law and supporting therapeutic courts services to the 1.86 million citizens in King County, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance 15083, adopting the 2005 King County Budget, authorized funding for a targeted operational master plan and called for a work plan to review the operations, services and potential facilities needs for the juvenile, family law and supporting therapeutic courts, and
WHEREAS, the work plan was approved by the King County council by motion in August 2005, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance 15601 approved the superior court targeted operational master plan in September 2006, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance 15652, adopting the 2007 King County Budget, authorized funding for a superior court facility master plan and called for a work plan that included plans to integrate the work plan with other criminal justice planning efforts and show how stakeholders shall be coordinated with the planning work and included in oversight of the planning effort, and
WHEREAS, the superior court facility master plan work plan was approved by the King County council by motion in May 2007, and
WHEREAS, over the last two years, elected judges and staff of the superior court, the King County prosecutor, deputy prosecutors, and staff, the King County sheriff and staff, and staff of the office of management and budget, the facilities management division of the department of executive services, the department of adult and juvenile detention, the office of public defense, the king county law library, the state of Washington Department of Social and Health Services, the state of Washington Attorney General's Office and public and private stakeholders, attorneys, social service providers and others, participated in the development of the superior court facility master plan, and
WHEREAS, the superior court facility master pla...

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