On the agenda: Trespass complaints, possible impact on public transportation & ice cream

Tonight is the monthly Ballard District Council meeting, it’s also the annual ice cream social. Before the sweet stuff, there’s business to attend to. Below is the agenda for the meeting.

  • 7 PM Introductions & Short Announcements – please hold announcements to not more than one minute.
  • 7:15 Briefing – SPD Protocol — Criminal Trespass Complaints, Officer Scott McGlashan, SPD Community Police Team – Ballard District
  • 7:20 Mercer West – Project update, including West Mercer Place, Eric O’Brien, Project Team, Seattle DOT
  • 7:35 A Chat with Bernie Matsuno
    Bernie is Director of the City’s Department of Neighborhoods. She was appointed to this post by Mayor Mike McGinn in March of this year. Previously, Bernie worked for the Department of Neighborhoods since 1989 serving as a project manager for Seattle’s well known Neighborhood Matching Fund program. Diminished city resources could result in dramatic changes to how DON continues to provide services to and interacts with Seattle neighborhoods.
  • 8:00 2011 NPF (Neighborhood Projects Fund), Joe Wert, Ballard DC NPF Review Committee
    Recommended priority projects
  • 8:10 Staff Report, Rob Mattson
  • 8:15 Briefing – Possible Impact to Ballard’s Public Transit System, Kirk Robbins, Transportation Committee – City Neighborhood Council
  • 8:25 Executive Committee Report, Catherine Weatbrook
  • 8:30 Annual Ballard District Council Ice Cream Social
    All are welcome to join us for ice cream; an annual tradition provided by Ballard’s own Viking Bank!
  • The Ballard District Council meets in the library conference room (5614 22nd Ave NW) starting at 7 p.m. The meeting is open to the public.

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