As we reported earlier this week, City Council member Sally Clark will attend tonight’s Capitol Hill Community Council session to talk about pedestrian improvements in the Pike/Pine neighborhood.
Here’s the blurb sent out by the Community Council:
City Council Member Clark to Attend Community Council Meeting to Discuss Pike/Pine Walkability Improvements
The Capitol Hill Community Council will welcome Seattle City Council Member Sally Clark to its next general membership meeting at 7 pm on Thursday, July 15 at the Cal Anderson Park Shelter House. Council Member Clark will be discussing future pedestrian improvements to the Pike/Pine section of Capitol Hill. She is scheduled to speak at 7:30. This promises to be an engaging and timely dialogue.
Council Member Clark said, “Capitol Hill has long been one of the best neighborhoods for everything that’s great about urban living. I appreciate the Capitol Hill Community Council for continuing to push for a better, more vibrant, more walkable city.”
It’s also the first council session featuring the newly elected officers including new president, Norma Straw. And, yes, apologies for not getting this up sooner in the day. This morning’s reversal by the City Council parks committee regarding the Cal Anderson surveillance cams required some attention.