North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Mtg – Thursday, 4/1 – 7pm


The Opportunity to Be Informed, Be Involved and Be Heard!

Where?    North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting

When?     Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 7 pm

​​​​​​Meeting ID:    987 5068 2577 
​​​​​​Passcode (case sensitive):      NHUAC2021 

​       Unable to join via Zoom?  Please Call:      1 253 215 8782 

​​​​​​Meeting ID:   ​987 5068 2577​​​​​​​​​Passcode:      ​956569157

As North Highline continues to have one of the highest COVID-19 positivity rates in the county, the virus continues to evolve. Last month’s NHUAC meeting was packed with information, but it was a month ago.  What has changed?  What should we know about the “Three V’s” – virus, variants, and vaccines? To answer these questions and more, we will be joined by Becky Reitzes, Educator Consultant with Public Health of Seattle & King County. Becky has been working on the COVID Community Mitigation Response since the beginning of the pandemic.  Please bring your questions and join the discussion!

The shortage of adequate funding for capital projects, services and programs is an on-going challenge in North Highline.  As our local government, one of King County’s primary responsibilities is budgeting – deciding where and how our tax dollars are spent.  

King County is taking a different approach to budgeting than it has used in the past.  It is calledParticipatory Budgeting (PB).  PB was first used in 1989 as an anti-poverty measure in Brazil where it successfully helped reduce child mortality by almost 30%.  According to Participatory Budgeting Project’s website, “Participatory budgeting (PB) is a democratic process in which community members decide how to spend part of a public budget. It gives people real power over real money.”   Imagine what North Highline can be if people with personal knowledge of our community make decisions about how tax dollars are spent in our community.  Sounds like a perfect fit for a NHUAC meeting, doesn’t it?  Now imagine that you or a neighbor was one of those decision-makers.  Join us as John Taylor, Director of the Department of Local Services, explains how King County will approach this chance to expand democracy and opportunity in North Highline and how you could become part of the Community Investment Committee.

Our Storefront Deputy, Bill Kennamer, will join us once again to share what he and his fellow deputies have been working on in North Highline.  

 Knowledge is power. 

Learn, share, and help make North Highline a better and healthier place.

April 1, 2021 at 7 pm – Tell a Neighbor!

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