When Seattle’s leaders talk about what “Capitol Hill” wants or needs in the next year, they’ll, in part, be talking about these people. Seven candidates were elected to seven officer positions of the Capitol Hill Community Council Thursday night in Cal Anderson Park’s Shelterhouse.
We introduced you to the seven, here — you can keep track of their initiatives, committees and monthly meetings at capitolhillcommunitycouncil.org.
You can also get involved — with or without the monthly meetings. Get in touch with the officers about what your “Capitol Hill” wants or needs and how you can help.
Jeffrey Cook was incorrectly identified in an image on a previous version of this post. We’ve removed the image. (Images: Jim Simandl for CHS)