Have any Saturday morning plans? Seattle City Council members Sally Clark and Sally Bagshaw invite you to have a cup of coffee and a chat in the first of several “coffee dates” the two city officials are planning in 2011. Details on the gathering are below. On the event’s RSVP page, by the way, Clark and Bagshaw are asking people to note the “particular subject/interest you’d like to talk about” so they can “brush up” on any topics people are interested in. Clark chairs the Council’s Committee on the Built Environment while Bagshaw oversees the Parks & Seattle Center Committee. Both are also on the Waterfront Planning Committee if you are, you know, interested in that particular topic.
No word on whether they’ll be utilizing Bartell’s Capitol Hill/First Hill hybrid coffee mugs.
Seattle City Councilmembers Sally J. Clark and Sally Bagshaw will hold a conversation hour on First Hill at the Corner Café, Saturday, January 29, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m., listening and speaking with Seattleites about issues of interest.
Councilmember Sally Bagshaw said, “One of my favorite aspects of this job is getting to the neighborhoods to chat with people. And who better to do this with than my esteemed colleague Sally J. Clark!”
Councilmember Sally J. Clark said, “This is the first of several coffee dates we’ll have this year. Where better to start than ‘First’ Hill? I hope people come with great questions.”
Join the Councilmembers:
Saturday, January 29, 9 – 11 a.m.
The Corner Cafe, 1000 Madison St., 98104
Coffee and pastries will be available for purchase and all questions and topics are on the table. For more information, or to RSVP (recommended, but not required), please visit http://www.seattle.gov/council/clark/coffeewithsallys_form.htm.