Council Voting Record June 16

Votes for Councilmember Rasmussen’s 8 neighborhood-friendly amendments during the June 16 PLUS committee meeting :

Harrel – no show: effectively 0
Sawant – no show: effectively 0
O’Brien – 0
Bagshaw – 0
Burgess – 1
Okomoto – 2
Godden – 6
Licata – 6
Rasmussen – 8

Amendment One (including all exterior walkways in FAR density calculations) passed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen, Okamoto, Licata, and Godden
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, and Burgess.

Amendment Two (counting interior loft spaces in FAR density calculations) failed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen, Godden, and Licata
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, Burgess, and Okamoto.

Amendment Three (removes Passive House certification as a FAR bonus) failed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen and Godden
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, Burgess, Licata and Okamoto.

Amendment Four (eliminating FAR exemptions for basement units) failed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen and Licata
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, Burgess, Godden, and Okamoto.

Amendment Five (height limits for building facades and setbacks stricter than O’Brien’s) failed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen Godden, and Licata
No – O’Brien, Burgess, Bagshaw, and Okamoto.

Amendment Six (expanding proposed increased rounding threshold to all low-rise zones) passed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen, Burgess, Godden, and Licata
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, and Okamoto

Amendment Seven (creating a density limit for row houses) failed
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen and Licata
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, Burgess, Godden, and Okamoto.

Amendment Eight (side spacing requirements for new row houses adjacent to preexisting properties)
Pro-neighborhood Yes – Rasmussen, Godden, Licata, and Okamoto
No – O’Brien, Bagshaw, and Burgess.

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