RESOLUTION NO. 2006-34
A RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of Lakewood, Washington, providing for amendment to the City of Lakewood Fee Schedule by amending the business license fee and adding a fee for Passports.
WHEREAS, in connection with the municipal functions and operations of the City of Lakewood, the City provides various public services, a number of which entail fees; and,
WHEREAS, the City Council provided for adoption of fee schedules in the adoption of Ordinance No. 18, and Resolution Numbers 1996-4, 1996-5, 1996-14, 1996-32, 1997-7; 1997-14, 1997-18, 1997-31, 1997-32, 1998-10, 1998-14, 1998-16, 1999-17, 2000-18, 2001-08, 2001-11, 2001-24, 2001-30 and 2002-11, 2002-28; 2003-2; 2003-4; 2003-21; 2004-10, 2006-21; 2006-26; and,
WHEREAS, in keeping with the philosophy of setting City fees in amounts reflective of actual costs, it is also appropriate at this time to amend the business license fee and add a fee for Passports to properly compensate the City for costs associated with these services provided by the City.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON HEREBY RESOLVES, as follows:
Section 1. That the Fee Schedule of the City of Lakewood is amended to increase the business license fee, and the Fee Schedule is accordingly updated with the inclusion of the fees as set forth on the document attached hereto, marked as Exhibit ?A? and incorporated herein by this reference.
Section 2. That the Fee Schedule of the City of Lakewood is amended to include fees relative to services provided for processing Passport applications and renewals, and the Fee Schedule is accordingly updated with the inclusion of the fees as set forth on the document attached hereto, marked as Exhibit ?A? and incorporated herein by this reference.
Section 3. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect upon passage and signatures hereon.
PASSED by the City Council this 4th day of December, 2006.
CITY OF LAKEWOOD
Claudia B. Thomas, Mayor
Alice M. Bush, MMC, City Clerk
Approved as to Form:
Heidi Ann Wachter, City Attorney
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