Monthly Meeting this Wednesday April 6

Wednesday April 6 at 7:15 PM
Room 202 of the Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North
(see agenda at end of message)

Secretary Kim England, an urban geography professor at the University of Washington, and her students have created an online portfolio of North Lake Union based on old maps, archival photographs, historical newspaper articles, contemporary planning documents, and their own observations.  They also collect historic information about Wallingford and about the activities of the Wallingford Community Council (WCC), primarily by collecting maps and other papers produced by the WCC.  To aid in this effort, President Carl Slater has requested each WCC committee to report on their activities for this year.

Once a year the Wallingford Community Council has a membership campaign to add new members and renew existing members. WCC dues are affordable by nearly everyone. In order to vote at the Annual Meeting on May 25, you must be a paid member. Please help WCC represent the neighborhood by joining on the WCC Membership page. PayPal, credit cards, and checks accepted.

Each May, at the Annual Meeting, the WCC elects its officers. Our bylaws require that a nominating committee endeavor to nominate at least two qualified and consenting WCC members for each office. If you would like to nominate yourself or propose someone for a board position, please send the name, address, phone number, email address, and the name of the board position to Lee Raaen at The positions open for election this year are:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Recording Secretary
  • Treasurer (a two year term)
  • Three (3) Board Members-At-Large

7:15 Minutes (Kim England)
7:20 Treasurer’s report (Paul Willumson)
7:25 Vice President’s report (Ted Hunter)
7:30 At Large report (Erica Bigelow )
7:35 At Large report (Reid Haefer )
7:25 Lincoln High School renovation (Marilyn Cope & Carl Slater)
7:40 Waterways report (Lee Raaen)
7:45 UW Relations report (Brian O’Sullivan & Jon Berkedal)
7:50 Quality of Life report (Abel Pacheco)
7:55 Transportation report (Eric Fisk)
8:00 Parking report (Mary Fielder)
8:05 Communications report (Frank Fay)
8:10 Planning report (Greg Hill)
8:15 WallHALA report (Miranda Berner)
8:20 Engagement report (Bonnie Williams)
8:25 Alternate Planning report (Greg Flood)
8:30 Research report (Donn Cave)
8:35 Parks & Recreation report (Barb Burrill)
8:40 President’s report (Carl Slater)
8:45 Nominations for Officers (Lee Raaen)
8:50 Adjourn

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