Tuesday, February 20 at 7:00 p.m.
Greenwood Public Library
8016 Greenwood Ave. N
This month the Community Council meeting has a full agenda, and we will plan to start right on time. Here’s the agenda:
- 7:00 (sharp!) – 320 N 85th St.
The developers and designers of a proposed new six-story, 220-unit apartment building at 85th and Phinney will present their preferred design to the neighborhood. This is the site of the old Department of Licensing building now housing All That Dance. They would like to hear comments before their early design guidance meeting a week later, on 2/26 before the Design Review Board. Click here for more information about the project and design review board meeting.
- 7:45 – Maintenance of Street Trees
If you look up while you walk along Greenwood you’ll see that City Light has taken a maximalist approach to pruning our street trees. (See photo below.) Is that necessary? Lance Young will discuss best practices for maintaining trees along public rights of ways.
- 8:10 – Transfer of Ownership of the Senior Center
The City of Seattle is considering transferring the Greenwood Senior Center property to the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA). Lee Harper will talk about the history, likely future options, and answer questions
- 8:30 – Adjourn
Here’s an example of the pruning City Light did recently.