Roads and Runoff — April 25 7:15PM

Join us at Meadowbrook Community Center, Thursday April 25, 7:15PM at 10517 35th Avenue Northeast,Seattle, Map

Repaving 125th Street

Art Brochet of Seattle Department of Transportation will speak about the repaving of 125th NE that is expected this year.  Here is the link for the project. This could include some of Sand Point Way, and will not involve changing the number of lanes. Alll of the work is in the Thornton Creek watershed, and crosses the North Fork at 24th Avenue NE.

Stormwater Update

Seattle Public Utilities will be sending us a speaker on the subject of Mayor McGinn’s new stormwater goals.  Background here
Rainwater from streets and roofs is a large contributor of pollutants that flow into Thornton Creek (car washing, leaking oil, pet wastes).  The Mayor’s plan  for increased capture and cleaning of stormwater could improve our creek, now considered the most polluted in Seattle.

The Year’s Workplan:

Review with the Board the proposed projects for the next 12 months

Elections: 

The positions below are for two years, and members of TCA will be asked to make additional nominations, and then vote.

The Nominating Committee recommends:
Membership VP:  Chuck Dolan
Program VP:  Judy Olson
Treasurer:  Gary Olson
Board Members-at-Large:  Frank Backus, Mary Lee Backus, Keith Dekker, Brad Johnson, Jeff Laufle

Do come join your neighbors for inspiration, free refreshments and informative literature,  Thornton Creek is our responsibility, and our treasure.

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