The Greenwood Community Council meets tonight (Tuesday) to discuss public art on a new development, community grants, Mayor Ed Murray’s visit to Greenwood last weekend, and the city’s design review process.
The meeting is from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Greenwood Library, 8016 Greenwood Ave. N.
Main items on the agenda:
- 7:05: Proposed Public Art for the Janus – (New building under construction across 85th from Fred Meyer). The people developing the Janus are hoping for support from the community council for a public art installation. They will bring a slide show and take questions and comments. (Potential action: expression of support for the art project)
- 7:25: GCC “Capacity Building” – The Greenwood Community Council is considering becoming a
registered nonprofit in order to receive grant dollars that can be used to improve the neighborhood. What would you like to see change for the better, and could nonprofit status help connect GCC members with resources to achieve the goals? We’d like your input as we decide the best way to build our volunteering and fundraising capacity.
- 7:55: Update on Community Council Activities
- Report from the Mayor’s Greenwood Visit (Seattle At Work)
- Land Use Committee report – NOTE POTENTIAL ACTION – The Land Use committee has prepared a draft letter responding to requests for comments on the design review process. To view the draft letter, click here. The membership will vote whether to amend or approve for transmittal.