- MHA appeal, need approval for today (EIS appeal update)
- Letters to city, and invite mayor to speak, pre-discussion
- Emphasis area and illegal camping followups
- Emergency Preparedness
- Other items
Rebecca, Mike, Linda, Larry, Bill, Yeorgia, Brian
A few neighbors (5 total)
MHA Appeal, priority items
Negiotiating items (confidential still, going into mediation with the city), provided 69 items, we need to vote on no more 18 items.
went through 18 items we plan to support, and background of the MHA EIS appeal
motion to approve the negotiating items
Brian motions to support this
Everyone passes the motion
Bill leaves at 7pm
Followup to the city, letters
Rebecca drafted a letter to the mayor as a draft, we will continue to draft this message
Alma may be able to help us get a traffic study.
Is there a way to get info into Waze or Google maps to stop routing people down our streets?
Rebecca to write them about the stoplights
Talking about studying traffic patterns ourselves
From: Schellenberg, Dawn Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 3:19 PM To: Ko, Karen Karen.Ko@seattle.gov Cc: Edmonds, Becky Becky.Edmonds@seattle.gov; Nemani, Venu Venu.Nemani@seattle.gov; DOT_WalkAndBike email@example.com Subject: RE: SDOT contact?
Hi Karen [Ko]-
For now you can share Becky Edmonds contact info for on-street parking questions/concerns. She is cc’d here.
Venu Nemani from Traffic Ops met with the Community Council earlier this year to talk about traffic operations in the neighborhood, so he would be a good contact for traffic issues. However, if folks are emailing him, I’d have them include the Walk and Bike email (cc’d here) on correspondence. This will help track requests given the large volume of emails staff receives.
Seattle Department of Transportation
O: 206-684-5189 | M: 206-255-9391
Tom left early, but Linda thinks that the climbing water p-patch might be ok to locate the emergency hub box
discussion about the location, it might be too small
we will need to have some sort of dedicated community involvement, so we are thinking it could be the focus of the July meetingm
Next meeting: July 9th