The future of the Sunset Hill Community Association is the topic of a special membership meeting today.
From their website:
The Sunset Hill Community Association Board of Trustees is asking all of our members to help determine the future of SHCA.
Our revenue is decreasing, our expenses are increasing, and we don’t have enough actively involved members to accomplish all the tasks associated with running SHCA.
We need to hear your opinion whether the Association still has a role to play in the community. At this general meeting, we can openly address the state of the Association and what we can do to achieve sustainability.
Our questions to you: Can this organization survive as a viable business? Should we change our model of operation, make hard decisions regarding the future of the facility, and perhaps close or sell the clubhouse?
The meeting is from 3 to 5 p.m. today at the Sunset Hill Community Association clubhouse at 3003 NW 66th Street. Membership is open to anyone, but voting members must reside in the area between NW Market Street and NW 85th Street, from Puget Sound to 24th Avenue NW.