Archive | 2021

Green Lake and Phinney Residents Speak Out About Green Lake Way North Closure

Green Lake and Phinney Residents Speak Out About Green Lake Way North Closure

Temporary Closure During Construction Could Be Made Permanent    Some Phinney and Green Lake residents are concerned the city could be considering making permanent the temporary closure of West Green Lake Way North – WITHOUT INPUT FROM RESIDENTS. They cite the hardships of no longer having the street available and have created a petition asking […]

Green Lake Community Council VIRTUAL Meeting - July 14, 2021

Green Lake Community Council VIRTUAL Meeting – July 14, 2021

District 6 News and More at Green Lake Community Council Meeting Wednesday July 14   Welcome/Introductions  – Paul Kostek District 6 News from CM Strauss – Dan Strauss Friends of Green Lake – Rob Zisette SPD North Precinct NPAC Report – Doug Bambrick http://seattlenpac.blogspot.com (written report) Send your questions in advance We are collecting your questions in […]

Green Lake Community Council Meeting Update

Green Lake Community Council Meeting Update

Green Lake SDoT Projects Status Report Update from Christa Dumpys   Christa Dumpys from the Seattle Department of Transportation gave a very informative presentation at the GLCC May 12 virtual meeting, and has offered some additional  information for those who were interested in some of the projects she reported on, especially the Keep Moving Street […]

Minutes of the GLCC Meeting Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Welcome/Introductions  – Paul Kostek – 7:05pm Ballard History Project – Davidya  Kasperzyk Mapping Historic Ballard with Crowd sourced Mobile Data Collection. Received grant from City of Seattle. Together with Ballard Historic Society were able to complete the project. Documented historic buildings and other locations. Wanted to be a snapshot in time of what Ballard was. […]

Green Lake Community Council Virtual Meeting - 7 pm Wednesday May 12

Green Lake Community Council Virtual Meeting – 7 pm Wednesday May 12

Green Lake SDoT Projects Status Report and More at Green Lake Community Council Meeting Wednesday   Welcome/Introductions  – Paul Kostek Ballard History Project – Davidya  Kasperzyk Green Lake SDoT Project Status – Christa Dumpys Safer Streets – Tom Lang Friends of Green Lake – Rob Zisette SPD North Precinct NPAC Report – Doug Bambrick http://seattlenpac.blogspot.com (written report) […]

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS!  Virtual Community - Police Dialogues

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS! Virtual Community – Police Dialogues

  Join in and be heard!  Participate in a virtual dialog with Seattle Police personnel on your neighborhood concerns about public safety   For 2021, as part of the Seattle Police Department’s Micro-Community Policing Plans (MCPP) collaboration with Seattle University, the Seattle University MCPP research team will hold virtual community-police dialogues to provide the opportunity […]

Minutes of the GLCC Meeting Wednesday, March 10, 2021

7:03pm – Call to Order – Paul Kostek Rain Wise Program – Maddie McCort Rebates to property owners for having rain gardens or cisterns installed on their property. Collaboration between Seattle Public Utilities and King County. Looking to stop stormwater runoff. Stormwater and sewage go into one system. During heavy rains, overflow can go into […]

Green Lake Community Council Virtual Meeting, 7 pm March 10, 2021

Green Lake Community Council Virtual Meeting, 7 pm March 10, 2021

District 6 City Councilman Dan Strauss and More at Green Lake Community Council Meeting Wednesday   Welcome/Introductions  – Paul Kostek RainWise Program – Madeline McCort District 6 Discussion – CM Dan Strauss Safer Streets – Tom Lang Friends of Green Lake – Rob Zisette SPD North Precinct NPAC Report – Doug Bambrick http://seattlenpac.blogspot.com (written report) Item of […]

Minutes of the GLCC Meeting Wednesday, Jan 13, 2021

Call to Order – Paul Kostek 7:02 Wallingford Historic Building Project – Sarah Martin Architectural historian. In volunteer work, on board of Historic Wallingford. Formed in 2017 as 501(c)3. Public launch in 2018. Wallingford has a large collection of 20th century residences. Has a rich architectural history. Not a single residence is designated as a […]