Meadowbrook Community Council

Supporting community spirit and creating a connected environment in NE Seattle's Meadowbrook community and surrounding neighborhoods.

Meadowbrook Community Mtg- March 10, 2015

Greetings Meadowbrook Community Council members!

Meadowbrook Community Council

Meadowbrook Community Council

Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 10, 7-9pm, in the usual location. We have a number of issues and happenings to deal with. Firstly, as discussed at our January meeting, we will have elections to either re-elect the current board or elect any member who wishes to run for one of the board positions. We will have our once-per-year treasurer’s report and consider the possibility of raising our annual dues from the current $10/yr to $15 or 20/yr.

On the agenda will be reports on several issues and projects affecting our Meadowbrook neighborhood. These will be: Continue reading

Meadowbrook Community Meeting Agenda Jan. 13, 2015

Happy New Year to you all,

Meadowbrook Community Council

Meadowbrook Community Council

Time: 7:00PM – 8:30PM
Place: Meadowbrook Community Center 10517 35th Avenue NE

I trust and hope you all had a good holiday season. For our first meeting in 2015 our featured presenter will be Brian Dougherty of SDOT who will present the 60% completion results of both sidewalk segments on NE 110th street. His projected schedule will also be provided.

We will also be joined by Emily Reardon and Jason Sharpley from SPU, they will give us an update on the progress of the Meadowbrook Pond and 35th Ave Confluence Project.

We have started a Meadowbrook Greenways Group which is currently a subgroup of Lake City Greenways. We will have a presentation on status of several proposed streets for Greenways treatments and take suggestions for others.

Standing reports on the garden, crime and the website will also be presented and ideas on topics for future meetings in 2015 will, as always, be welcome.

Mark your calendars– Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.

Dan Keefe, MCC President

Greenways Meeting-Mark Your Calendar and Plan to Attend!

Thursday, November 20, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Lamb of God Lutheran Church, 12509 27th NE; lakecitygreenways
basement (a great meeting space)

With completion of our first Neighborhood Greenway and a very successful year on our pocket park project, it’s time for LC Greenways to move ahead with more projects.
We will cover issues and ideas relevant all across Lake City, so we hope for strong attendance!.

Our next proposed Greenway is in Cedar Park–37th Ave NE from 145th to 125th and 38th from 125th to (unknown terminus).

Cedar Park friends, we need your knowledge, input, and energy at this meeting. Some neighbors in Meadowbrook have started a subgroup of LC Greenways to get things happening in their neighborhood (and they can help us with that unknown terminus).

Other agenda items:
• Street murals–we already have some proposed locations AND possible designs by an artist neighbor, and info on how to proceed;
• Possible application to Neighborhood Parks and Streets fund;
• Scouting tour(s) to be scheduled;
• Steps a neighbor has taken to leverage the NE 123rd Greenway to Burke-Gilman;
• Possible name change for LC Greenways.
• YOUR agenda items–fun events? Play Streets?…
We are going to need some volunteers to take on projects/tasks–and we will have plenty of information and resources ready to make that as easy as possible. This will be a fun and productive meeting–promise. Please come!
Janine

Greenways Mtg for Meadowbrook and Matthews Beach

Event: 1st Meadowbrook/Matthews Beach Greenways Meeting
Host: Rick Rosenberry
Time: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 07:00PM until 08:00PM
Location: Meadowbrook Community Centerlakecitygreenways
Hi Everyone,

I wanted to let you know and invite you and any neighbors to attend the first Meadowbrook/Matthews Beach Greenways Meeting on Tues. 10/28/14at the Meadowbrook Community Center!

The meeting will occur from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm and the address is 10517 35thAve NE. The meeting is being hosted by the Meadowbrook Community Council, learn more about the Council and what they are doing at: www.meadowbrookcouncil.org .

Two experienced representatives of the Seattle Neighborhood Greenways group will speak on the potential to do Greenways projects in the Meadowbrook/Matthews Beach areas. Janine Blaeloch leads the Lake City Greenways Group, and Gordon Padelford is the Greenways Support person overseeing Greenways projects throughout the City of Seattle.

Examples of new Greenways projects being completed are in Lake City ( 27thand 127th ) and Wedgwood ( 39th and 75th to 90th ). There is a wealth of information about Seattle’s Greenways projects going on right now at: www.seattlegreenways.org .

Looking forward to people attending the meeting, asking questions, and with the hope of people in these 2 neighborhoods becoming active volunteers in their Community!