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    Archive for June, 2012

    Jun 28 2012

    Councilmember Bruce Harrell’s statement on Supreme Court’s Health Care Decision

    Published by under Civil Rights,Health

    My statement regarding Supreme Court’s Health Care Decision (issued June 28, 2012):

    Today, Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Chair of the Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, released the following statement overwhelmingly supporting the United States Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, ending two years of fierce debate.

    “I have seen the detrimental impact of not having medical coverage in my own life through the eyes of family members, friends, and colleagues. This decision will ensure that they are no longer one major medical emergency away from health and financial disaster,” said Councilmember Harrell. “People can now seek solace knowing that their health is not tied to their employment status. This is absolutely critical in building a healthy Seattle.”

    The Councilmember would like to thank President Obama, Congress, and specifically the members of the Washington State congressional delegation for taking the hard steps to address health care coverage in this country. Today’s decision is just a start. Now, lawmakers at the local level must move forward together to implement the Affordable Care Act.

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    Jun 20 2012

    Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee (6/20/2012)

    Public Safety, Civil Rights, And Technology Committee Agenda for Wednesday, 6/20/2012, 2:00 PM
    Click here to view the complete agenda:

    1. C.F. 312269

    Seattle Police Chief 2011 Annual Report concerning activities regulated by Ordinance 108333 (Seattle Municipal Code 14.12).

    Presenter: Lt. Eric Barden, Criminal Intelligence Section, Seattle Police Department

    2. C.F. 312268

    Chief of Police Audit Report of select police files obtained through the Police Department’s membership in the Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU) and the Western States Information Network (WSIN), maintained exclusively for confidential information; dated March 7, 2012, in accordance with Ordinance 108333 (Seattle Municipal Code 14.12).

    Presenter: Lt. Eric Barden, Criminal Intelligence Section, Seattle Police Department

    3. Discussion on Amending the Seattle Municipal Code – Criminal and Traffic Code to conform with changes in State law

    Presenter: Richard Greene, Assistant City Attorney, Law Department

    Supporting Documents:
    a. Law 2012 Criminal Ordinance
    a. Law 2012 Traffic Ordinance

    4. C.F. 312340

    Appointment of Johanna L. Gusman as member, Seattle Women’s Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 1, 2014.
    Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights,

    5. C.F. 312341

    Reappointment of Jamila Johnson as member, Seattle Women’s Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 1, 2014.
    Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

    6. C.F. 312342

    Appointment of Bridgette Maryman as member, Seattle Women’s Commission, for a term of confirmation to July 1, 2014.
    Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

    7. C.F. 312364

    Appointment of Nathan Brockett as member, Seattle LGBT Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2013.
    Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

    8. C.F. 312366

    Appointment of Sabina N. Neem as member, Seattle LGBT Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2014.
    Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

    9. C.F. 312376

    Reappointment of NaaSira N.N. Adeeba as member, Seattle LGBT Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2014.
    Presenter: Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

    10. Seattle Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Commission’s 2012 Workplan
    Presenters: Mac Scotty McGregor, Co-Chair, David Howenstine, Co-Chair, (LGBT) Commission; Julie Nelson, Director, Seattle Office for Civil Rights
    Supporting Document: LGBT 2012 Work Plan

    11. C.B. 117487

    Relating to private party use of the City’s fiber optic cable network; authorizing the Chief Technology Officer to enter agreements allowing private parties to use the excess capacity of the City’s fiber optic cable network for providing high speed internet services and for other lawful purposes; amending Ordinance 117981 to allow agreements for private use; creating a fund for the financial transactions associated with private use; providing for an interfund loan; and amending the 2012 budget, Ordinance 123758, by adding a new budget control level and increasing appropriations; all by a three-fourths vote of the City Council.

    Presenters: Erin Devoto, Acting Director, Department of Information Technology; Martha Lester, Council Central Staff

    Supporting Document: Council Central Staff Memo

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    Jun 06 2012

    Seattle City Council Committee to discuss action plan to stop the violence

    Media Advisory issued June 6, 2012.

    The City will work with the community and regional
    partners on this plan.

    SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the Seattle City Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, will hold a meeting on Wednesday to talk about how to stop the violence in our community and examining the causes or trends of recent violence. The Seattle Police Department, Seattle Fire Department, the City Attorney’s office and Councilmembers will have an in-depth discussion on the need for new strategies and policies.

    WHAT: Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee

    WHEN: Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at 2 p.m.

    WHERE:Council Chambers, Second floor Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth Avenue, Seattle 98104

    WHO: Councilmember Bruce A. Harrell
    Councilmember Nick Licata
    Councilmember Mike O’Brien
    Councilmember Sally Bagshaw
    Chief John Diaz, Seattle Police Department
    Deputy Chief Nick Metz, Seattle Police Department
    Deputy Chief Clark Kimerer, Seattle Police Department
    Assistant Chief Paul McDonagh, Seattle Police Department
    Acting Captain Carmen Best, Seattle Police Department
    Chief Gregory Dean, Seattle Fire Department
    Assistant Chief Mike Walsh, Seattle Fire Department
    Craig Sims, City Attorney’s Office
    John Schochet, City Attorney’s Office
    Daniel V. Byrne, Washington CeaseFire

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    Jun 06 2012

    Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee (6/06/2012)

    Public Safety, Civil Rights, And Technology Committee Agenda for Wednesday, 6/06/2012, 2:00 PM
    Click here to view the complete agenda:

    1. Seattle Police Department and Seattle Fire Department’s response to recent Seattle shootings
    BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (90 minutes)
    Presenters: Chief John Diaz, Seattle Police Department, Deputy Chief Nick Metz, Seattle Police Department, Deputy Chief Clark Kimerer, Seattle Police Department, Assistant Chief Paul McDonagh, Seattle Police Department, Acting Captain Carmen Best, Seattle Police Department, Chief Gregory Dean, Seattle Fire Department, Assistant Chief Mike Walsh, Seattle Fire Department, Craig Sims, City Attorney’s Office, John Schochet, City Attorney’s Office, Daniel V. Byrne, Washington CeaseFire

    2. Seattle Police Chief’s Quarterly Progress Report for Period ending March 2012
    BRIEFING AND POSSIBLE VOTE (15 minutes)
    Presenters: Chief John Diaz, Deputy Chief Nick Metz, and Assistant Chief Dick Reed, Seattle Police Department

    Supporting Documents:
    a. Seattle Police Department Transmittal Memo
    b. Chief of Police Report to City Council – Q1-2012

    3. Discussion on a Community Anti-violence Program in Seattle that would address Crime and Disorder. Three-priority approach: Mentoring, Faith-based communities, and gang outreach.

    BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (20 minutes)

    Presenters: Dan Byrne, Washington Ceasefire; Don Cameron, 4 C’s Coalition and Mentoring; Paul Patu, Urban Family Center ; Pastor Lawrence Willis, President, United Black Christian Clergy of Washington, Pastor Carey, Martin Luther King Jr. Baptist Church, Pastor Witherspoon, Mt. Calvary Church, Pastor Jefferies, New Hope Baptist Church, United Black Christian Clergy of Washington

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    Jun 05 2012

    KCTS 9 Connects June 1, 2012

    KCTS 9 Connects June 1, 2012


    I sat down with Enrique Cerna last Friday (6/01) to talk about what the City will do in the wake of the shootings. I want to assure you that your safety is my highest priority. I, along with the Full Council and Seattle Police Department, are committed to protecting you, your family and friends, and your community. As public safety chair, I will make sure the police have all the resources they need to make Seattle “Seattle” again.

    Watch the interview

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