7:00 PM – Welcome / Call to Order.
Approval of Minutes.
Annual Meeting Election Results.
Committees for 2017-2018.
Special Guests: The Ship Canal Water Quality Project – Jenna Rahm and Alex Mockos, Seattle Public Utilities. Save Evans Pool and Greenlake Community Center – Susan Helf. Wallingford Find It, Fix It Walk – Report by Lemmis Stephens III and Paige Madden.
Good of the Order (anything people want to bring up).
The Monthly Meeting on July 5 is cancelled! The next Monthly Meeting will be Wednesday August 2.
Come join Friends of North Lake Union (FONLU) to remove trash, debris, and weeds from Northlake Way on Monday June 5, 6:30 – 8:30 PM. The event will begin at the intersection of Stone Way N and N Northlake Way in front of Waterway 22. All event equipment and materials will be provided. Come meet community members, improve the neighborhood, and enjoy the emergence of spring!
WallHALA Meeting, Tuesday, March 7, 7PM Senior Center.
Seattle Tenant Rights Bootcamp is the program for the next WCC Monthly meeting on Wednesday April 5, 7PM.
Special Notice – Community Involvement Commission:
If you wish to serve on the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods new Community Involvement Commission, the application deadline is today Wednesday March 1 by 5PM. Applications may be submitted online, by mail, or in person.
Tuesday January 17, 6:00 – 9:00 PM. (Come late if you have to. Showing up matters!) Hamilton International Middle School, 1610 North 41st Street.
Hosted by Councilmember Rob Johnson.
We’ll explore clear and meaningful ways to be part of decisions about our neighborhood. We still have time to stop forced “upzoning” that will hurt Wallingford and surrounding areas. Don’t delay, it’s up to us to guide this process.
Here are the basics of what “Keep Seattle Livable” means:
Retain zoning that creates community.
Keep affordable rental prices and property taxes.
Protect our local small businesses.
Preserve yards, parks, trees, and sunlight.
Prevent massive developments next to houses.
Fund schools, parks, and roads with Impact Fees.
Learn what the city is not telling you at the WCC Home page.
Use this interactive MHA web map to see how the proposed zoning changes will affect you.
Tuesday January 17 at 6:00 PM – Bring your friends, see what the city is up to, and have your voice heard before it’s too late!
Seattle City Councilmember Lorena González is hosting an Open House this Thursday, January 12 at 2:00 – 4:00 PM in City Hall. As an At-Large Councilmember, she is up for re-election this year. An RSVP is requested.
Come join Friends of North Lake Union (FONLU) to help pick up trash and remove weeds from waterway 22. After the recent storm, there will be lots of debris to pick up. The event will begin at the intersection of Stone Way N and N Northlake Way in front of Waterway 22. The clean up will cover N Northlake Way from Waterway 22 to Waterway 20 located next to Gasworks Park. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided, and they will celebrate afterward at the Fremont Brewery.