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Bi-Monthly Meeting Wednesday January 4, 2023 7 PM

In-Person, Bi-Monthly Meeting Wednesday January 4, 7 PM

Location: Room 202 of the Good Shepherd Center, 4659 Sunnyside Ave N.

Agenda:
– Welcome and Call to Order
– Guest: Stephanie Secord, SPU SCWQP Project Manager for the Storage Tunnel and Wallingford Conveyance Projects:  “Seattle Public Utilities has selected a contractor for the Wallingford Conveyance Project and we’re looking to begin construction in January 2023. The project includes an approximate year-long closure of Stone Way between N 34th St and N 35th St and we’d like to be able to answer any questions.”
– Guest: Councilmember Alex Pedersen
– Committee reports

Announcements:
– We have moved to every other month (bi-monthly) meetings for 2023. The next Bi-Monthly Meeting will be Wednesday March 1st, 7 PM.
– The Communications Committee is looking for volunteers to help with writing emails and posting content to the website
– Hybrid Meeting Tech Help: need volunteers with the equipment to lend to make the bi-monthly meetings hybrid.  It is something we would like to offer, but we need a volunteer to do so.  🙂

Good of the Order (anything people want to bring up)
Adjourn

Mark your calendar: Earth Day for Wallingford

When: April 23, 10 AM to 2 PM
Where: Meet at the Wallingford Center

Join Wallingford residents in an Earth Day celebration on April 23rd at 10 AM to 2 PM. We will be meeting at the Wallingford Center to clean the streets of Wallingford between Interstate 5 and Stone Way N. and beyond.

Please bring food donations for Wallingford‘s Family Works food bank. 

Support comes from Seattle Public Utilities, Family Works, and Wallingford Community Council along with other organizations and Wallingford residents.

Questions? Contact Colleen Kurke, Street Keepers

Ballot Drop Box next to Gas Works Park

Ballot Drop Box at Waterway 19 next to Gas Works Park.There is a new Ballot Drop Box next to Gas Works Park for this election.

It is located at the Waterway 19 pull-out just east of the main parking lot on N Northlake Way.

Ballots can be returned by mail for free without a stamp, and must be postmarked by Election Day, Tuesday November 6. Or ballots can be placed in a Ballot Drop Box by 8 PM on Election Day.

Further information is available at King County Elections.