The Opportunity to Be Informed, Be Involved and Be Heard!
Where? North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting
When? Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 7 pm
How? Join Zoom Meeting: https://kingcounty.zoom.us/j/98750682577
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
Happy May! We made it! After all the stress and uncertainty, are you ready to be inspired? If so, this month’s NHUAC meeting is the place to be!
We will be joined by the first judge of Samoan heritage in Washington state! Judge Masaniai (pronounced: Ma Saw Knee Eye) made history when he was unanimously appointed by the King County Council to fill a vacancy on the bench of the Southwest District Court. Not inspired yet? You will be. Judge Masaniai’s story is one of a poor kid from an immigrant family who beat the odds through perseverance, hard work, and the love and support of family and community. He grew up in San Francisco’s inner city before moving to the South Delridge area and graduating from White Center’s Evergreen High School in 1987. YAH Wolverines! YAH Judge Masanaia! Do not miss this chance to congratulate and learn from a homegrown role model.
Role models offer us a vision of what the future can be. Nicole Sanders, a planner with the Green Building section of King County Permitting, will help us visualize a healthier future. She will help us understand how climate change harms communities like North Highline, what can be done to reduce it, and ask for our help reducing it. If you want more information prior to the meeting, it can be found at: Legislation for public review and comment – King County
Technically, comments were due on April 30th. However, comments made by May 14th will be included when the proposed code is transmitted to the King County Council for consideration. Please bring your questions and join the discussion!
And, of course, Deputy Bill Kennamer, will share what KCSO has been doing in North Highline.
Knowledge is power.
Learn, share, and help make North Highline a better and healthier place.May 6, 2021 at 7 pm – Tell a Neighbor