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Archive for March 21st, 2012

Mar 21 2012

Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee (Wednesday, 3/21/12, 2pm)

Public Safety, Civil Rights, Technology Committee Agenda for Wednesday, 3/21/12, 2:00 pm

1. Seattle LGBT Work Plan and Other Discussion
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (20 minutes)
Presenters: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights; David Howenstine and Mac Scotty McGregor, Co-chair s, Seattle LGBT Commission

2. C.F. 312192
Appointment of Beryl Fernandes as member, Citizens’ Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to January 1, 2014.
DISCUSSION AND VOTE (5 minutes)
Presenter: David Keyes, Community Technology Manager, Department of Information Technology

3. C.F. 312193
Appointment of Benjamin B. Krokower as member, Citizens’ Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board, for a term of confirmation to January 1, 2014.
DISCUSSION AND VOTE (5 minutes)
Presenter: David Keyes, Community Technology Manager, Department of Information Technology

4. Seattle Women’s Commission Work Plan – Seattle Office for Civil Rights
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (15 minutes)
Presenters: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights; Jamila Johnson, Co-chairs, Seattle Women’s Commiss ion

5. Proposed Excess Fiber Legislation
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (15 minutes)
Presenter: Bill Schrier, Chief Technology Officer, Erin Devoto, Deputy Director, Department of Information Technology; Martha Lester, Council Central Staff
Supporting Document:
a. History of Fiber Partnership Presentation

6. C.B. 117417
Relating to Human Rights; amending sections 14.04.130, 14.06.090, and 14.08.150 of the Seattle Municipal Code to revise deadlines for appeal decisions by the Human Rights Commission.
DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)
Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

7. Seattle Police Chief Quarterly Progress Report Ending December 2011.
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (30 minutes)
Presenters: Chief John Diaz, Deputy Chief Clark Kimerer, and Assistant Chief Mike Sanford, Seattle Police Department
Supporting Documents:
a. Police Chief Report for Quarter 4 – 2011
b. SPD Transmittal Memo

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