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Thursday’s NBHC meeting agenda

Via Judith Edwards, here’s the agenda for Thursday’s North Beacon Hill Council meeting at the Beacon Hill Library:

7:00 – Welcomes, agenda, introductions
7:05 – Lewis Park request for Council to act as fiscal sponsors for two grant applications — vote required
7:15 – Focus for 2010 — A number of issues came forward in our December meeting. We will need to form committees for each, so come prepared to volunteer your time and energy. Most committees meet once per month, and your total time expenditure should not be more than 4-6 hours monthly, perhaps less.

  • Revision of Neighborhood Development Guidelines to include specific verbage on new construction set-backs
  • Festival Street usage, Seattle Dep’t. of Transportation requirements
  • Continued development of Neighborhood Plan, which includes expansion towards Jefferson Park
  • Business development in Urban Core, with emphasis on monitoring plans for expansion around the Light Rail Station
  • Improved internet access
  • Amendment of city zoning codes to better accomodate home businesses
  • Historic preservation of Craftsman homes

8:00 – Neighborhood concerns, reports from standing committees/sub-committees
8:30 – Close

See you there at 7.

NBHC meeting tonight

While it was on our events calendar we did forget to point out the agenda for tonight’s North Beacon Hill Community Council meeting until just now.

North Beacon Hill Community Council Meeting Agenda
When: Thursday, January 8th, 7:00 – 8:30
Where: Beacon Hill Library Community Room

  • 7:00 Welcomes, announcements
  • 7:15 Presentation by the Department of Transportation on the proposed parking plan for the Beacon Hill and the McClellan/Mt. Baker light rail stations.

    Community input is being asked for on:
    • restricted parking around stations
    • parking permits for neighborhood residents

    This is an important meeting to attend. SDOT will make a decision on the parking plan in February. Please join us in providing SDOT with our community’s needs prior to the decision making process.

  • 7:35 Open to questions and answers
  • 8:00 Seattle Police Department
  • 8:10 Community Concerns
  • 8:30 Close

Sorry for the late notice, folks!

Thanks to Amie Patao for posting it at north-beacon-hill.blogspot.com and Chris Bailey for sending it to the mailing list.