Category Archives: Monthly Meeting

September Monthly Meeting

Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Date: Wednesday, Sep. 1, 2021
Location: Zoom videoconferencing

We are excited to resume our monthly meetings, virtually for the time being, after the summer break.

Meeting Agenda:

  • Welcome and Call to Order
  • New apartment building on Stoneway – Guest Scott Lien, co-owner of developer Kamiak, will be joining us to share its plans for a new apartment building that will be located at the Stoneway Hardware site.
  • New Woodland Supportive Housing Development – Guest Daniel Malone, executive director of Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC), will join us to share information about the proposed affordable housing development at 817 N. 50th St. and 4905 Aurora Ave. N.
  • Good Shepherd Center (GSC) update – Historic Seattle and Meridian School are negotiating an extension on its lease. And, there are plans in the works to upgrade the building. As we continue to gather information, we’ll share what we know. Learn more about GSC’s history.
  • Upcoming public hearing on the Seattle Comprehensive Plan – The update to the plan is underway and some proposed changes include renaming single-family zones as neighborhood residential zones.
  • Good of the order – (anything you want to bring up).

Join Us for our Monthly Meeting, Wednesday March 3

Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Date: Wednesday, March 3
Location: Zoom videoconferencing

This month our Monthly Meeting will be a Zoom Meeting. This means attendees can choose to share your video, raise your hand to participate, and see your neighbors.

The Wallingford Community Council (WCC) Board of Directors will each share exciting and thoughtful updates from their respective areas:

  • Acknowledgements – Jenny Ring-Perez
  • Shorelines – Miranda Berner
  • Housing – Jamie Byrd
  • Land Use – Greg Hill
  • Quality of Life – Bonnie Williams
  • Communications – Frank Fay
  • Transportation – Ted Hunter (interim)

Darrell Bulmer from the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will discuss nearby projects in Fremont:

The N Northlake Way Retaining Wall project will repair and reinforce the retaining wall west of Stone Way N along Lake Union that holds up the buildings and the roadway. SDOT is conducting a survey to gather concerns and improvement ideas for this section of N Northlake Way.

The N 34th Street Mobility Improvements project will start construction soon to provide Protected Bicycle Lanes on N 34th Street between Fremont Ave N and Stone Way N. The Burke-Gilman Trail crossing will be improved at the intersection of Stone Way N and N 34th Street.

Webinar with Councilmember Dan Strauss, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021

Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Location: Zoom videoconference

Please join us to hear special guest Councilmember Dan Strauss (District 6) discuss homelessness in Seattle. In September 2020, Councilmember Strauss introduced his homeless management strategy to his constituency when he said: “Homelessness throughout district 6 is untenable” and also “Our parks, libraries and Metro buses should not be our de-facto homeless shelters”. Come and hear him review the progress he is making in implementing this aggressive strategy.

There will be a Question & Answer session with Councilmember Strauss after his presentation, with Vice President Glenn Singer as moderator. Attendees may ask questions directly in the videoconference, or by submitting them through the chat feature or in advance by email to the moderator.

We will also devote time for reports from the Housing, Shorelines, Land Use, Quality of Life, and Communications committees, and for any new business.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registration is presently limited to 100 participants. The Zoom service is available as an application for computers, as an app for iPhones or Android phones, or via browser. Please configure your device before the meeting to ensure your participation.

Join Us for a Webinar on Homelessness, Wednesday December 2

Time: 7:00 PM
Date: Wednesday, December 2
Location: Zoom videoconferencing

We are excited to once again host a virtual monthly meeting! This will be the first of several meetings on the topic of homelessness.

Please join Marcia Wright-Soika (Executive Director of Family Works), Jerred Clouse (Executive Director of ROOTS Shelter), and the Northlake Nicklesville Tiny House Village for a virtual town hall meeting on Wallingford and homelessness.

We will explore what specific advocacy groups are doing well to support our community experiencing homelessness, and how we can most effectively engage and support those experiencing homelessness to build relationships and cultivate community.

Submit your questions in advance via email at communications@wallingfordcc.org. The questions will be asked by our moderators. We will also be taking questions from attendees during the meeting.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registration is presently limited to 100 participants. The Zoom service is available as an application for computers, as an app for iPhones or Android phones, or as a webpage in a browser. Please configure your device before the meeting to ensure your participation.

Webinar with Councilmember Alex Pedersen, Wednesday October 7

Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Date: Wednesday, October 7
Location: Zoom videoconferencing

Happy fall! Join us and special guest, Councilmember Alex Pedersen (District 4), at the Wallingford Community Council (WCC) October monthly meeting. We will also devote time for chair reports, an update on Waterway 20, and new business.

Bring your questions on the community issues most important to you — homelessness, affordable housing, City budget, and more. Share in advance by email at communications@wallingfordcc.org. Questions will be asked by our moderators. We will also be taking questions from attendees during the Q & A portion of the meeting.

Register for the October WCC Meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registration is presently limited to 100 participants. The Zoom service is available as an application for computers, as an app for iPhones or Android phones, or via browser. Please configure your device before the meeting to ensure your participation.

We wish you and your families good health and safety.

Sincerely,
Jenny Ring-Perez
Wallingford Community Council President