The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council meets tomorrow (Wednesday, April 13) starting at 6pm in the Corbin Senior Activity Center Center (827 W Cleveland).
This month we have two more guest speakers: City engineers will fill us in on the large-scale CSO tank that’s slated to be installed at the top of TJ Meenach Drive. A map of the project is included in the downloadable agenda below — and by the way, there’s a public meeting on the conditional use permit for that project tonight (Tuesday, April 12) at Audubon Elementary starting at 6pm. We’ll also hear from Spokane Public Library Director Andrew Chanse on the library’s Future Study initiative. He’s going to solicit feedback on that topic as well.
Further agenda items for this meeting include planning for the upcoming Concerts in the Park, updates on Spring Cleanup, news on North Monroe revitalization, plus annual elections for the following executive positions on the neighborhood council: Chair, vice chair, secretary, Community Assembly rep, and Community Development rep. Our PeTT Committee rep is also likely to have some information and queries for the neighborhood council about a comprehensive citywide sidewalk program that is being developed.
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Keep in mind that everyone who lives, works or owns property in Emerson-Garfield is welcome, so we look forward to seeing you tomorrow! And if you haven’t yet, please RSVP to the meeting on Facebook or on Nextdoor.