Join TCWOC members in hearing about how Seattle plans to manage its urban forest, and what the existing regulations and polices are regarding trees. Also get an update on the Sound Transit North Link after Northgate Station and how it relates to Thornton Creek.
Please share this announcement with members of your organizations, neighbors, and friends. The meeting is open to all.
Thornton Creek Watershed Oversight Council
St. Matthew’s Parish – Conference Room
1230 NE 127th Street
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
7:15 Presentation – Sound Transit North Link Update
Ellie Ziegler, Sound Transit
7:40 Presentation –Seattle Urban Forest Management Plan & Tree Policies
Sandra Pinto de Bader, Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment
Brennon Staley, Seattle Department of Planning and Development
8:40 Round Robin Reports & Updates
The Thornton Creek Watershed Oversight Committee was initially formed to provide oversight to the Thornton Creek Watershed Plan and Action Agenda.
- It leads, assists and coordinates actions that help achieve the goals of the watershed plan and action agenda.
- It promotes the Watershed Plan and Action Agenda in neighborhoods, the city, and the region through education and outreach.
- It provides an ongoing public forum regarding issues related to preserving and restoring Thornton Creek and its tributaries.
- It provides recommendations to planners and project implementers in applying adaptive management to the Thornton Creek Watershed.
Our meetings are open to the public. Questions can be directed to Cheryl Klinker at 206-367-4635 or Brian Landau at 206-801-2451