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The Executive's office is providing a briefing on the draft ground lease at study session at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 18.
2018 Supplemental Budget passes with investments towards homeless youth
The Pierce County Council voted unanimously on Tuesday, Nov. 27. to adopt a supplemental budget with funding for homeless youth, courts and abatement.
“Funding projects like Coffee Oasis where homeless youth will be served and provided with the resources they need are a must for our community,” said Pierce County Council Chair Doug Richardson. “This supplemental budget reflects the Council’s continued commitment to public safety and abatement.”
$150,000 allocated for the Blighted Property Maintenance Fund.
$25,000 to Coffee Oasis Tacoma Project to create opportunities for homeless youth.
Funds for additional jury trials.
Authorized $100,000 for the Pierce County Law Library’s increased costs and supplies.
This will be the final supplemental budget for 2018.
The Council is the legislative branch of Pierce County government and is the policy-determining body of the County, as provided by the County Charter. The Council has all powers of the County not otherwise reserved to the people, the Executive, or general law.
The seven members are elected from each of seven contiguous and equally populated districts. Each county councilmember represents a district having a population of approximately 115,000 people (as of the 2010 Census) and is elected to a 4 year term.