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AG 92-133 AGREEMENT AMONG KING COUNTY, THE CITY OF SEATTLE, AND SUBURBAN CITIES AND TOWNS IN KING COUNTY FOR THE GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY This Agreement is entered into among King County, a political subdivision of the State of Washington, hereinafter referred to as the "County"; the City of Seattle, municipal corporation of the State of Washington, hereinafter referred to as "Seattle", and suburban cities and towns of King County, all municipal corporations of the State of Washington, hereinafter referred to as "Suburban Cities". WHEREAS RESHB 1025 adopted in 1991 requires that, through a process agreed to by the County, Seattle, and Suburban Cities, the legislative authority of the County adopt a county-wide planning policy by July 1, 1992, and WHEREAS the County, Seattle, and Suburban Cities have developed a collaborative process to produce the county-wide planning policy, and WHEREAS this Agreement is authorized by the Interlocal Agreement Act, RCW 39.34, NOW, THEREFORE, the parties mutually agree as follows: 1. Definitions. a. Suburban Cities: Cities and towns in King County other than the City of Seattle. b. County-wide Planning Policy (CPP) : The written policy statement or statements used solely for establishing a county-wide framework from which County, Seattle, and Suburban City comprehensive plans are developed and adopted, thus promoting comprehensive plans which are consistent as required by RCW 36.70A.100. 2. Establishment of the Growth Management Planning Council and. Staff. In order to establish the Growth Management Planning Council and provide staff, the parties shall designate the following elected official members and staff. To the extent possible, the parties' designees shall have a broad geographic representation. a. Membership for the Growth Management Planning Council. (GMPC) . 1) Seattle shall designate three members to exercise three votes; -1- ORIGINAL 2) Suburban Cities shall designate six members to exercise three votes; 3) King County shall designate six members, one of whom will be the King County Executive, to exercise six votes. b. Staff to the GMPC. 1) Each party shall designate staff to form an interjurisdictional team to provide staff to the GMPC. The County shall have designated staff of the King County Council and designated staff of the King County Executive. The staff designated by the Executive shall serve as lead for the interjurisdictional team through initial ratification. 2) The GMPC shall select a coordinator specifically to handle its administrative and procedural matters. 3. County-wide Planning Policy Development. Adoption Process and Ratification Process. The GMPC shall develop and recommend to the King County Council a proposed CPP. Following a public hearing, the King County Council shall adopt an ordinance approving a CPP. King County then shall circulate the CPP for ratification. The CPP shall be deemed adopted for purposes of the RCW 36.70A.210 when it has been ratified by ordinance or resolution of a) at least thirty percent (30%) of the number of city and county governments in King County and b) such governments represent at least seventy percent (70%) of the population of King County. Adoption of the CPP by King County shall constitute ratification on behalf of the population of unincorporated King County. Each city shall by ordinance or resolution either ratify the CPP or disapprove the CPP. A city shall be deemed to have ratified the CPP unless, within ninety days of its adoption by King County, the city by legislative action disapproVes the CPP. 4. Function and Authority of GMPC. a. The GMPC shall recommend to the King County Council the county-wide planning policy in a form and with content to comply with applicable State law. The recommended planning policy from the GMPC shall address issues and concerns obtained from review and comment during its public review process. At a minimum, the CPP shall address the following: policies to implement RCW 36.70A. 110; policies for promotion of contiguous and orderly development and provision of urban services to such development; policies for siting public capital facilities of a county-wide or state-wide nature; -2- policies for county-wide transportation facilities and strategies; policies that consider the need for affordable housing, such as housing for all economic segments of the population and parameter for its distribution; policies for joint county and city planning within urban growth area; policies for county-wide economic development and employment; and an analysis of the fiscal impact. b. The GMPC shall devise and the parties shall comply with a locally based conflict resolution process which will be directed at conflicts which may arise from the work of the GMPC. c. The GMPC shall devise and the parties shall comply with a process to amend the CPP that is adopted. Amendments to the CPP shall be adopted and ratified in the same manner as provided in Section 3 above. 5. Funding for Staff of the GMPC. The parties recognize that under a separate Agreement which allocates the State Growth Management Act grant dollars among King County, Seattle, and Suburban Cities funds are set aside for the development of the CPP. 6. Duration. This Agreement shall become effective upon execution by both parties and shall remain in force and effect until completion of the designated duties of the GMPC, provided that a party may withdraw from this Agreement with sixty (60) days notice to the County and to all Suburban City members which notice may not be given prior to October 1, 1992. Withdrawal of any party will not affect the status of any adopted CPP, or any adopted amendments thereto. 7. Amendments. This Agreement may be amended by mutual written agreement of the parties. 8. Entire Agreement. The parties agree that this Agreement is the complete expression of the terms hereto and any oral representations or understandings not incorporated herein are excluded. The parties recognize that time is of the essence in the performance of the provisions of this Agreement. 9. State Relationship. A copy of this Agreement shall be filed with the Washington State Department of Community Development. -3- R IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Agreement has b n executed by: t/1"- ---' '''..-D:W City of Federali*ay King County Executive By: J. Brent M?1 .r City Manager Date: 406e.7 .21, /e/04- Date: //A42• Approved as to form: Approved as to form: / 0 / aro ake Prosecut ng Attorney Acting City Attorney IA\ICATHLRER OMPC.AOR -4- • King County Budget Division Office of Financial Management 400 King County Courthouse 516 Third Avenue Seattle,Washington 98104 (206)296-3434 November 5, 1992 To the Mayors of the following Cities: Redmond SeaTac Federal Way Kirkland North Bend RE: GMPC Interlocal Agreement Dear Mayor: Enclosed for your permanent record is an original copy of the signed Interlocal Agreement between King County and your city regarding Growth Management Planning Council. This May 27 agreement clarifies the ratification process, and acknowledges that the GMPC will have duties beyond July 1, 1992. This document has been filed with the King County Records and Elections Section, and has also been transmitted for filing to the Secretary of State, as required under R.C.W. 39.34.040. Please contact me at 296-3477 if you have any questions on this matter. Sincerely, Carol Gagnat Regional Affairs Coordinator CG:jwr contracts/ template.cit Enclosure . CITY OF = • /9‘. /q 2 - 3-1 NY\) Fl IrIV 33530 1ST WAY SOUTH • FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON 98003 I August 24, 1992 Judy Chapman Budget Department King County Courthouse Room 400 516-3rd Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 Growth Management Agreement Dear Judy: Enclosed herewith please find the original agreement approved by the City Council and signed by the appropriate persons. Will you please return the document to my attention in the City Clerk's Office following County approval. Thank you for your assistance. S'. - ely, d de' r N. Christine Green Deputy City Clerk 661-4071 Enclosure c: Carolyn Lake Larry Springer AGREEMENT AMONG KING COUNTY, THE CITY OF SEATTLE, AND SUBURBAN CITIES AND TOWNS IN KING COUNTY FOR THE GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY 5/27/92 This Agreement is entered into among King County, a political subdivision of the State of Washington, hereinafter referred to as the "County"; the City of Seattle, municipal corporation of the State of Washin on, hereinafter referred to as "Seattle", and suburban cities and towns of King County, all'municipal core ations of the State of Washington, hereinafter referred to as "Suburban Cities." WHEREAS RESHB 1025 adopted in 1991 requires that, through a process agreed to by the C nty, Seattle, and Suburban Cities, the legislative authority of the County adopt a county-wide planning p. cy by July 1, • 1992, and WHEREAS the County, Seattle, and Suburban Cities have developed a collaborative ocess to produce the county-wide planning policy, and • • WHEREAS this agreement is authorized by the Interlocal Agreement.Act, RC 39.34, I / • NOW, THEREFORE, the'parties mutually agree as follows: s�, / 1. Definitions. 11 I a. Suburban Cities: Cities and towns in King County other t,. . the City of Seattle. .� b. County-wide planning policy (CPP): The written polic statement or statements used solely for establishing a county-wide framework from which Co .ty, Seattle, and Suburban City comprehensive plans are developed and adopted, thus promoting comprehensive plans which are consistent as required by RCW 36.70A.100. 2. Establishment of the Growth Management Planning r ouncil and staff. In order to establish the Growth Management Planning Council and provide staff, ,e parties shall designate the following elected official members and staff. To the extent possible, the .rties' designees shall have a broad geographic representation. a. Membership for the Growth Management Planning Council (GMPC). 1) Seattle shall designate three membe to exercise three votes; 2) Suburban Cities shall designate six .embers to exercise three votes; 3) King County shall designate six -mbers, one of whom will be the King County Executive, to exercise six votes. b. Staff to the GMPC. 1) Each party shall designate aff to form an interjurisdictional team to provide staff to the GMPC. The County shall have design ed staff of the King County Council and designated staff of the King County Executive. The staff d - gnated by the Executive shall serve as lead for the interjurisdictional team through initial ratificaf•n. 2) The GMPC shall sel t a coordinator specifically to handle its administrative and procedural matters. 3. County-wide planning ••licy development, adoption process and ratification process. The GMPC shall develop and recomm- d to the King County Council a proposed CPP. Following a public hearing, the King County Council sha adopt an ordinance approving a CPP. King County then shall circulate the CPP for ratification. The 'PP shall be deemed adopted for purposes of the RCW 36.70A.210 when it has been ratified by ord.., .ce or resolution of a) at least thirty percent (30%) of the number of city and county governments . King County and b) such governments represent at least seventy percent (70%) of the population of King County. Adoption of the CPP by King County shall constitute ratification on behalf of the population of unincorporated King County. Each city shall by ordinance or resolution either ratify the • CPP or disapprove the CPP. A city shall be deemed to have ratified the CPP unless, within ninety day of its adoption by King County, the city by legislative action disapproves the CPP. 4. Function and authority of GMPC. a. The GMPC shall recommend to the King County Council the county-wide planning policy in a form and with content to comply with applicable State law. The recommended planning policy from the GMPC shall address issues and concerns obtained from review and comment during its public review process. At a minimum, the CPP shall address the following: policies to implement RCW 36.70A.110; policies for promotion of contiguous and orderly development and provision of urban services to such development; policies for siting public capital facilities of a county-wide or state-wide nature; policies for county-wide transportation facilities and strategies; policies that consider the need for affordable housing, such as housing for all economic segments of the population and parameter for its distribution; policies for joint county and city planning within urban growth areas; policies for county-wide economic development and employment; and an analysis of the fiscal impact. b. The GMPC shall devise and the parties shall comply with a locally based conflict resolution process which will be directed at conflicts which may arise from the work of the GMPC. c. The GMPC shall devise and the parties shall comply with a process to amend the CPP that is adopted. Amendments to the CPP shall be adopted and ratified in the same manner as provided in Section 3 above. S. Funding for staff of the GMPC. The parties recognize that under a separate agreement which allocates the State Growth Management Act grant dollars among King County, Seattle, and Suburban Cities funds are set aside for the development of the CPP. 6. Duration. This agreement shall become effective January 1, 1992 and shall remain in force and effect until completion of the designated duties of the GMPC, provided that a party may withdraw from this agreement with sixty (60) days notice to the County which notice may not be given prior to October 1, 1992. Withdraw of any party will not affect the status of the CPP. 7. Amendments. This agreement may be amended by mutual written agreement of the parties. 8. Entire agreement. The parties agree that this agreement is the complete expression of the terms hereto and any oral representations or understandings not incorporated herein are excluded. The parties recognize that time is of the essence in the performance of the provisions of this agreement. 9. State relationship. A copy of this agreement shall be filed with the Washington State Department of Community Development. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this agreement has been executed by: Name of Jurisdiction King County Executive by: Approved as to form: Approved as to form: City Attorney Prosecuting Attorney • F:\.+prilu4egimalk+o.+th\Gevc9 927/92 • UMW lam--C CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA ITEM SUBMITTING DEPT: Community Development ............. ...MEETTING DATE: 8/18/92 .� .�.�. � STAFF CONTACT: Larry Springer CATEGORY: FYI PHONE: 661-4102 HEARING STAFF REPORT X CONSENT BUSINESS _ORDINANCE _PROCLAMATION RESOLUTION STUDY SESSION SUBJECT: Growth Management Planning Council BUDGET IMPACT: Interlocal Agreement Extension Amount Budgeted: $ Expenditure Amt: $ _ ........_....r..._...................�................_..........�............_ Contingency Regd...... �.a...$ ........_._....._..._..._.�...........r. ATTACHMENTS: Agroemrot SUMMARY/BACKGROUND: Each city has received a request from Tim Hill to sign a third version of the interlocal agreement establishing the Growth Management Planning Council. Terry Lukens, SCA President, has requested that this be dome as soon as possible. This version of the agreement establishes the ratification process for the County wide Planning Policies and provides a mechanism for amendments to the policies as well as keeps the GMPC in place through completion of their duties. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize City Manager to sign GMPC Intelocal Agreement REVIEWED BY: (/`► y Manager City Attorney Asst. City Manager (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY,CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: DISTRIBUTION AFTER MEETING: �C APPROVED MANAGER LAW _DENIED CLERK FINANCE TABLED/D rr' 5+' ' cM► • ACTION COMM. DEV. _FIRE DA_ '• .' /-• - 2-- POLICE _PARKS BY: PUB. WKS. OMER 4.11 34 4 ^ !<\ City of ~ " City Council 455-7810 Bellevue moo? Post Office Box 90012 • Bellevue, Washington • 98009 9012 1lNG' , '14 0 I- 1 g/P) Date: June 29, 1992 i / I To: SCA Members 4 From: Terry Lu, - • - . ' residen, ! I Re: : •wth Management Planning Council Interlocal Agreement � 3rd Version Each city has received a request from King County Executive Tim Hill to execute a third version of the interlocal agreement establishing the Growth Management Planning Council (see attached). I strongly urge you to do so at your earliest convenience. This revised version establishes the ratification process for the County-wide Planning Policies, and provides a mechanism for amendments to the policies. The revised interlocal also keeps the Growth Management Planning Council in place through completion of its duties. As you may be aware, the County-wide Planning Policies set forth the following the following tasks and timelines: o Make Affordable Housing Recommendations August 1, 1992 o Adopt Economic Development Policies December 1, 1992 o Confirm Centers and Adopt Population/Employment Targets December 31, 1992 o Develop Financial Strategy July 1, 1993 o Develop a Regional Industrial Siting Policy July 1, 1993 In addition, the GMPC may consider amendments to the policies upon completion of these tasks and/or after local jurisdictions have adopted their local comprehensive plans under the State Growth Management Act. Cities should forward an executed copy of the agreement to Carol Gagnat, Room 420, King County Courthouse, 516 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104. City of Bellevue offices are located at Main Street and 116th Avenue S.E.