The Uptown Alliance’s monthly meeting is happening this Thursday, June 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Lower Queen Anne Metropolitan Market restaurant space. This month the agenda is brimming with transportation issues – from Metro’s D-Line RapidRide stop placement, to its new trolley buses – as well as other hot topics, including the Department of Neighborhoods Alcohol Impact Program and a potential site for low-income housing in Uptown. Check out the full agenda:
- Greetings and introductions
- Adopt Minutes of 5/12/11
- Metro Transit D-Line RapidRide stop placement – Jonathan Dong (SDOT) & Paul Roybal (Metro)
- Committee Reports:
- New LED lighting in Counterbalance Park: it’s getting better.
- Department of Neighborhoods Alcohol Impact Area program – Christa Dumpys TBC
- 8th Ave. N. and Roy St.: Possible near-Uptown, SLU site for low cost housing: Will UA support this site? If so, how best? – Rick Hooper
- A new generation of trolley buses in Seattle.
- Letter supporting Alcohol Impact Area Program.
- Uptown Alliance participation in proposed Center City Neighborhoods group.
- New Business: bring your own topics and comments.
The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jul4 14. All future meetings will be held at the Lower Queen Anne Metropolitan Market until further notice.
Want to learn more about the Uptown Alliance and it’s work in the Lower Queen Anne community? Check out its Facebook page for updates and neighborhood information, or contact Rick Hooper at Nsilberg@silberg.net, or John Coney at email@example.com.