This summer, many Lake City neighbors attended a meeting and many more participated in on line questionnaires to review the Draft Lake City Neighborhood Status Report and comment on changes— good, bad, and unexpected —that have occurred since the Lake City Neighborhood Plans was written in the late 90′s. Comments can be reviewed here.
The Seattle Planning Commission has released summaries of feedback received regarding neighborhood plan status reports. Feedback for the Lake City neighborhood plan is included. View the Planning Commission main page here Executive Summary document for all plans here Lake City Summary Lake City Detailed Feedback
The second and final community meeting regarding the Lake City [...]
Then North District Council needs you as their alternate needed for the Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee.
For information about Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee, see http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/npi/npac.htm.
If you are interested in serving as an alternate from the North District Council, please contact Phil Shack, North District Council chair, firstname.lastname@example.org, 954-8179.
Please join members of the Seattle Planning Commission and the Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee in the first of a series of two important community meetings.
These two citizen groups want to hear your thoughts. Come and tell us how your neighborhood has changed since your neighborhood plan was adopted. Your comments and input at this [...]
I serve as the North District representative to Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee (the “NPAC”). In our work this past month, we attended a training on The Regulatory and Legal Context of Neighborhood Planning, Neighborhood Planning in Seattle, Summary of Lessons Learned from Previous Neighborhood Planning, Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative, and information from Seattle [...]
When I am not blogging here, one way that I am involved is in serving as the North District representative to Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee (the “NPAC”). We are a group of 24 citizens from across Seattle tasked with advising the city as we beign a process of updating neighborhood plans. We have met twice. [...]