Come to the Seattle Neighborhood Summit Oct. 28

by | Oct 21, 2008

Bring your ideas of what would make our community better to the Seattle Neighborhood Summit on Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 6-9 p.m., at City Hall, at 601 5th Ave.
Express your ideas and meet with others who care about Seattle and its neighborhoods. Come as early as 5:15 p.m. to informally network with other volunteers and City officials. After a keynote address by the mayor, get down to business by attending any of the 14 focus groups, to discuss issues such as community-building, neighborhood economic development, public safety, parks and community centers, health and housing, roads and sidewalks, transit, schools, and historic preservation.
The summit ends with a City Council panel discussing issues and questions from the focus groups.
Can’t come? Send ideas or questions to the City Neighborhood Council, c/o Department of Neighborhoods, P.O. Box 94649, Seattle 98124-4649 or [email protected] (206) 322-5463. Free parking, for this event only, is available after 5 p.m. in the commuter lot under I-5 just north of Cherry Street (must enter southbound on 6th Avenue-left turn just before Cherry).

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