In early 1998, the Mayor divided the Office of Management and Planning and formed a new Strategic Planning Office (SPO) for policy planning in the Executive Department. The City's budget function was reorganized in the newly-formed City Budget Office, located in the Executive Services Department.
In 2002 the Strategic Planning Office was abolished and its functions were provided in other executive agencies, namely the Department of Design, Construction and Land Use; Department of Transportation; Department of Neighborhoods; Department of Finance, and Office of Economic Development. Certain former SPO functions related to policy development, inter-department policy coordination, and planning support for the Mayor and City Council were moved to a new Office of Policy and Management.
Planning files for Sound Transit light rail stations and the surrounding areas. Files include presentation and outreach material, station profiles, meeting files, drawings, correspondence, and plans
Restrictions on Access :
Records are open to the public.Preferred Citation :
[Item and date], Seattle Light Rail Station Area Planning Records , Record Series 6340-02. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.
Arranged in three subseries: Outreach and presentation material, Subject files, and Corridor files
Detailed Description of the Collection
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