SEATTLE COMMUNITY COUNCIL FEDERATION
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency), Pacific Marine Center on Lake Union
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Moving Forward or in Reverse?
A Dialogue with SDOT Director Peter Hahn
Part of Director Hahn’s vision for Seattle’s transportation department includes building neighborhoods. How can this happen with diminishing funds for the Neighborhood Street Fund and the increasing limited role for the involvement of neighborhoods? How can SDOT work to reduce the maintenance backlog to avoid higher costs in the future? These are just a few issues confronting Seattle’s new SDOT Director. Bring your questions for Director Hahn.
The April meeting will also include our monthly Round Robin of issues 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 Moving Forward or in Reverse? A Dialogue with SDOT Director Peter Hahn
8:15 Round Robin
1. Proposed Aggressive Solicitation Ordinance—Update
2. Is the time right for a Metropolitan Park District in Seattle—first in a series of conversations about the implications
3. Budget priorities—Please bring priorities from your community group
4. Agenda planning for future Federation meetings
5. 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.