The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council meets tomorrow (Wednesday, March 9) starting at 6pm in the Corbin Senior Activity Center Center (827 W Cleveland).
Once again, we’ll be featuring two guest speakers: A representative of the Spokane Fire Department will provide some background on the EMS levy renewal that’s proposed for the April 26 ballot. An overview of that—including a fact sheet and presentation—is available here. After that, Ben Cabildo of Community-Minded Enterprises will talk about new neighborhood- and community-oriented TV programs.
This month the neighborhood council will be voting on resident-submitted traffic-calming proposals along with the proposed memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will move the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market to the Silver Auctions lot on North Monroe.
In addition, we’ll be discussing the popular upcoming Spring Cleanup and some potential changes to that event, looking at new neighborhood budget applications that could help fund our events, and taking names for the neighborhood council elections in April. We’ll also hear from our slate of neighborhood representatives on citywide planning, policies and other initiatives that could affect us here in Emerson-Garfield.
If you have a tablet or a smartphone, please help keep our printing expenses low by downloading the materials as PDFs:
- Agenda for the March 9, 2016 meeting (note: 9MB file due to appendices)
- Minutes from the February 10, 2016 meeting
We do our best to stick to a strict 90-minute meeting, so please take some time to familiarize yourself with the agenda and the info in the appendixes beforehand.