The Opportunity to Be Informed, Be Involved and Be Heard!
Where? North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting
When? Thursday, November 3, 2022, at 7 pm
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 833 7687 4452 Passcode: NHUAC2022 (Case Sensitive)
Unable to join via Zoom? Please call: 253-215-8782
Meeting ID: 833 7687 4452 Passcode: 742851493
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“Poverty is not an accident. Like slavery and apartheid, it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human-beings.” -Nelson Mandela
King County Department of Public Health recently released its updated City Health Profile Report. The report includes demographics, social and health indicators for 48 King County cities and communities. The report’s data confirms that the North Highline/White Center community struggles with poverty, segregation, and their ramifications. City health profiles – King County
What can be done to improve the health and opportunity in our neighborhood? The job of planning belongs to our King County government. Joe McDermott, our representative on the King County Council, will be joining NHUAC’s November 6th meeting to update us on a variety of proposals and issues facing the North Highline/White Center community. They include the Proposed North Highline Subarea Plan, King County’s Proposed 2023-2024 Budget, and the White Center Microhousing Demonstration Project, which was approved by the King County Council over 2 years ago. How will these plans and projects improve life in our neighborhood?
We have also asked Jim Chan, King County’s Division Director for Permitting, to provide updates on the Microhousing Demonstration Project, the hookah lounge and other buildings in the area and the effect of the upcoming budget on hiring in the Department of Permitting.
Our Community Deputy Bill Kennamer will also join us with an update from the Sheriff’s Office.
Knowledge is power.
Learn, share, and help make North Highline a healthier community.
November 3, 2022 at 7 pm – Invite Your Neighbors!