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Greenwood Community Council meets Tuesday to discuss Greenwood Senior Center, City Light’s aggressive tree pruning, and to get first look at 220-unit apartment building coming to 320 N. 85th St.

The Greenwood Community Council meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Greenwood Library, 8016 Greenwood Ave. N., and there are some big issues on the agenda.

First up is a look at the six-story, 220-unit apartment building planned for 320 N. 85th St., where All That Dance is currently (and which formerly was the Department of Licensing). The developers are interested in community feedback before their Early Design Guidance meeting with the city’s Northwest Design Review Board the following week. The developers have just posted the design proposal online but it only shows massing and landscape options, not real design ideas yet.

At 7:45, the agenda calls for a discussion of Seattle City Light’s recent aggressive tree pruning along Greenwood Avenue. Lance Young will discuss best practices for maintaining trees along public rights of ways.

At 8:10, Phinney Neighborhood Association Executive Director Lee Harper will talk about the history and future options of its Greenwood Senior Center, as the city considers whether to transfer the property to the PNA.