WWRAH Community Council meeting will look at retail development

The agenda for the Westwood Roxhill Arbor Heights Community Council is out and their Feb. 4 meeting will look at "pedestrian retail areas" with a visit from Aly Pennucci of the Department of Planning and Development.

Westwood / Roxhill / Arbor Heights Community Council Agenda

Date: 02/04/14 Location: SW Library Branch, 9010 35th Ave SW
Time: 6:15pm - 7:45 pm Meeting Type: Public Meeting

Delridge Meeting: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center; 3rd Wednesday of the Month; 7:00 pm
Southwest Meeting: West Seattle Senior Center; 1st Wednesday of the Month; 6:30p

6:15-6:20: Introductions & Community News

6:20-6:25: Ratify Bylaws & Upcoming Elections

6:25-6:50: Department of Planning and Development; Aly Pennucci - DPD is evaluating retail areas within our neighborhood to determine where to suggest adding to existing pedestrian retail areas (pedestrian zones). They will map these areas and apply rules to protect and promote pedestrian retail. They are also considering modifications to current regulations that would apply to existing and new pedestrian zones. Pedestrian retail areas are important because they serve the neighborhood residents' daily needs. They play a key role in creating safe neighborhoods where you would want to live, work, and shop.

https://www.seattle.gov/dpd/cityplanning/completeprojectslist/mainstreet...

6:50-7:30: Committee & Neighborhood Council Updates

Infrastructure Committee; Chris Stripinis, Committee Chair; Roxbury St & 35th Ave SW; lighting in AH; Sidewalks
Metro Committee: Amanda Kay Helmick; Transit Hub
Roxhill Bog Committee: Rory Donovan; Process Update
Roxhill Park Committee: Amanda Kay Helmick & Eric Iwamoto; Grant update
Community Outreach Committee: Childcare at our meetings
DNDC: Pablo
SWDC: Rory or Eric

7:30-7:40: Garbage Service: Proposed garbage changes and WWRHAH letter to City

7:40-7:45: Wrap Up: Breakdown the room; library locks up promptly at 8pm.

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