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File #: AB2023-127    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Requiring a Public Hearing Status: Substitute Amended and Approved
File created: 2/9/2023 In control: Council
On agenda: 3/21/2023 Final action: 3/21/2023
Enactment date: 3/21/2023 Enactment #: RES 2023-007
Title: Resolution adopting the Healthy Children's Fund Implementation Plan
Indexes: Childcare, Health and Safety, Resolution
Attachments: 1. Agenda Bill Master Report, 2. Approved Resolution 2023-007, 3. Staff Memo dated 2.10.2023, 4. Substitute Resolution Following 3.21.2023 COTW, 5. Revised Resolution for 3.21.2023, 6. Amendment Matrix for 3.21.2023, 7. Capital Strategy for 3.21.2023, 8. Original Proposed Resolution, 9. Substitute Resolution (with change initiated by staff) for 2.21 Introduction, 10. Notice of Hearing after 2.21.2023, 11. ARPA HCF Memo - Donovan, 12. Public Hearing Sign-In Sheet for 3.7.2023, 13. Health Department Transmittal Email 3.21.2023, 14. Public Hearing Sign-In Sheet for 3.21.23
Related files: AB2023-162, AB2023-146
Department Health Department
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsAudio/Video
3/21/20231 Council Committee of the Whole DISCUSSED  Action details Meeting details Media Media
3/21/20231 Council SUBSTITUTE APPROVED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Meeting details Media Media
3/7/20231 Council PUBLIC TESTIMONY RECEIVED (file not final)  Action details Meeting details Media Media
2/21/20231 Council SUBSTITUTE INTRODUCED FOR PUBLIC HEARINGPass Action details Meeting details Media Media

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Resolution adopting the Healthy Children’s Fund Implementation Plan





As required by Proposition 5, Whatcom County Heath and Community Services, serving as Fund Administrator, has prepared a Healthy Children’s Fund implementation plan consistent with the ordinance that placed the measure on the ballot. The property tax measure is estimated to raise approximately $9.98M each year for ten years, for investments in early learning and care and vulnerable families. 

Whatcom County, Washington
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