Belltown Community Council meeting this Wednesday Jan 14th 2015
6:30 PM – FREE VITTLES!!
Belltown Community Center, 415 Bell Street
We are excited to welcome Vittles Neighborhood Bistro & Bar to the BCC Meeting this month! They will provide small bites of their rustic, European inspired fare.
Vittles, located at 2330 2nd Ave in the heart of Belltown is owned by Darlene Boline who started the Pike Place sandwich stand Zaccagni’s
1. Jane Zalutsky on Public Realm Study
Jane Zalutsky, Steering Committee Chair of the new Public Realm Study, will provide us with a unique opportunity to plan critical connections between Belltown, Uptown and Denny Triangle.
2. Laine Ross, Downtown District Council Member and City Neighborhood Council Representative will talk about the District Council system: how we can connect and work together with the the other neighborhood districts
3. L.E.A.D. and MID updates
Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) has become a successful pre-booking pilot program developed with the Seattle Police Department
The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) is a non-profit 501(c)(6) service organization that provides streetscape cleaning, maintenance, hospitality and public safety services,
4.Seattle City Council Member Sally Clark’s office for info on Affordable Living Committee.
Sally serves as the Chair of the Committee on Housing Affordability, Human Services, and Economic Resiliency.
5. Ayres Gipson would like to begin an open dialogue on racial equality in our community.
So, come for the savory snacks from Vittles, stay for the updates and community fellowship!
…and tell a friend