Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Fwd: QACC Transportation Correction

I wrote July instead of June in the previous announcement.   The meeting will be this Wednesday.

The Queen Anne Community Council's Transportation Committee will meet Wednesday, June 29 at 7:30 PM at QA Manor, 100 Crockett Street.

There will be a regular open forum at the beginning of the meeting for neighbors to bring forth any local transportation or traffic concerns. We will also discuss the upcoming County levy to raise license tab fees to support transit.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Fwd: No LURC meeting in June

The LURC meeting, scheduled for Monday, June 20th, is cancelled.


Joe Geivett of Emerald Bay Equity will present the final plans for the Metropolitan Market site at the July meeting.


Craig Hanway

Comprehensive Architecture & Design Services, Inc.

1905 Tenth Avenue West, Suite 101

Seattle, Washington  98119

p. 206.282.1905

f. 206.282.4841

e. chanway@cads-inc.com

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Fwd: QACC Parks Committee


Tonight's agenda for the QACC Parks Committee is attached.  I have pasted a link to the Seattle Parks Foundation website for a full summary of possible funding solutions for Parks if you would like more information.   http://www.seattleparksfoundation.org/Sustaining_Parks.html
Don Harper
QACC Parks Chair
#(206) 281-9018
Fax #(206) 281-4054

Fwd: FW: ADVISORY: Seattle Parks presents possible options for community centers


Media Advisory

City of Seattle

Seattle City Council


Councilmember Sally Bagshaw


Kathy Nyland, Councilmember Bagshaw's office, 206-684-8801

Laura Lockard, Council Communications, 206-684-8159




Wednesday, June 15

Thursday, June 16



Seattle Parks presents possible options for community centers

Public encouraged to weigh in on options


SeattleSeattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw invites the public to review and provide feedback on possible models of operation for Seattle's community centers. 


Over the last six months, an internal working group and a Community Center Advisory Team have examined current uses and developed a menu of options for sustainable, long term system operations for Seattle's community centers.  This study was in response to the Council's Statement of Legislative Intent 101-1-A-1, from last year's budget process.


Hosted by Seattle Parks, the public is invited to weigh in on the work that has already been accomplished for re-thinking our community centers:


Wednesday, June 15

Bitter Lake Community Center

13035 Linden Ave N

7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Thursday, June 16

Jefferson Community Center

3801 Beacon Ave S

7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


This list of options and meeting materials can be found on the Seattle Parks and Recreation web page.  For more information about this process, please contact Kathy Nyland in Councilmember Bagshaw's office at 206-684-8801 or kathy.nyland@seattle.gov.


Seattle City Council meetings are cable cast and Webcast live on Seattle Channel 21 and on the City Council's website. Copies of legislation, Council meeting calendar, and archives of news releases can be found on the City Council website. Follow the Council on Twitter and on Facebook.


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Michael Lapin
(206) 283-0664 - home
(206) 310-3448 - cell