SEATTLE COMMUNITY COUNCIL FEDERATION
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency), Pacific Marine Center on Lake Union
1801 Fairview Ave E
Thursday, February 18, 2010
A Dialogue with Councilmember Sally Bagshaw
Councilmember Sally Bagshaw chairs the Council’s Parks and Seattle Center Committee. Will the Committee and the Council take a new direction in addressing parks, open space and tree preservation in light of the current economic climate? Councilmember Bagshaw also serves on the Public Safety and Education Committee. What is she looking for in a new police chief? As a member of the Built Environment Committee, how will she work to ensure that developers address the cumulative impacts of development? These are just a few questions that will surface at the February meeting.
The February meeting will also include our monthly Round Robin of issues and projects in your neighborhood. It is your opportunity to brief our citywide membership about what you are working on and to share perceptions on what is going right and what isn’t with our city government.
If you have informational materials you would like distributed at the meeting, please email electronic copies or links to Jeannie Hale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:00 Call to Order and Introductions
1. Changes to the agenda
2. President’s report
7:15 A Dialogue with City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw
8:15 Round Robin
1. Wallingford Senior Center Update
2. Multi-Family Code Update
3. Washington State Open Government Conference
4. Keeping NOAA in Seattle
5. University Village expansion and QFC redevelopment
6. Seattle Children’s Hospital proposed master plan
7. Other issues/projects
NOAA is a federal facility on high security alert, so attendees must enter by the security gate and may need to present photo ID. If you haven't attended a recent Federation meeting, please send your name, contact information, and address to email@example.com to be added to the entry list. No e-mail? Call 206-365-1267. The building is ADA compliant, with ample parking in front.