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Queen Anne Community Council Documents

The documents for the year 2014-2015 can be found at the bottom of the home page.

2013-2014

         In this meeting, the council authorized sending a letter expressing our support for the sidewalk crossing improvements planned for 7th Ave West and West McGraw under the Safe Routes to School program. Also in this meeting, the Council clarified support for NWCK to get consideration from the Seattle Public Schools on the termination of their lease. Subsequent to the meeting, a letter was written and sent to Superintendant Bonda.
         In this meeting, the council authorized sending a letter expressing our concerns over the reduction of bus service on Queen Anne.
         In this meeting, the council authorized sending a letter opposing creation of the Metropolitan Parks District. The Council also authorized sending a letter of concern about the Toll Brothers redevelopment of the Seattle Children's Home site.
         In this meeting, the council authorized sending a letter in support of creation of an Off-Leash Area in Upper Queen Anne through Parks Legacy funding. The Council also authorized sending a letter requesting inclusion of Queen Anne Boulevard improvements in Parks Legacy Funding.

2012-2013

          In this meeting, the council voted to send a letter in support of the Lower Kinnear Park North Trail project submitted by FOLKpark.
          In this meeting, the council voted to send a letter to SDOT citing concerns about bicycle support in Uptown.
          In this meeting, the council voted to send a letter in support of the South Lake Union Rezone. The council also voted to Thank the QA News (submitted in person by Ellen Monrad.)

2011-2012

         In this meeting, the council voted to send a letter in support of the Opportunity Fund grant application by the Friends Of Lower Kinnear Park (FOLKpark).
         In this meeting, the council voted to send a letter to the Mayor of Seattle, the City Council, the King County Executive and Representative, as well as the Port of Seattle Commissioners urging them to plan carefully in light of the proposed arena for SODO. The council also voted to send a letter to King County Executive Dow Constantine and his Staff thanking him for their cooperation facilitating and enabling the acquisition of the Port's West Yard at Terminal 91.
             In this meeting, the council voted to send a letter to Paula Hoff of Seattle Parks and Recreation requesting that the name of the park known as the West Queen Anne Playfield be named Big Howe Park.

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