North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Mtg: Thursday, April 6 @ 7pm

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

Where:  North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting

When:   Thursday, April 6, 2023 @ 7pm

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 824 5445 6397

Passcode: NHUAC2023 (Case Sensitive)

Unable to join via Zoom?  Please call:  253 215 8782

Meeting ID: 824 5445 6397

Passcode:  989947391

At last month’s meeting we introduced Amelia, a North Highline resident who works at a local business and responded to February’s announcement that we are looking for people to join NHUAC’s board.  Thursday’s NHUAC meeting will begin with a formal vote on Amelia’s addition to NHUAC.  Join us as we look to NHUAC’s future with the addition of new members.

Are you interested in saving money? Are you concerned about pollution and climate change?   Have you heard about Spark Northwest, the non-profit that has helped thousands of homeowners, farmers, tribes, and low-income communities switch to clean energy?  At our April 6th meeting, NHUAC will be joined by Amy Bettle, Project Manager at Spark Northwest.  Amy will share information about her organization’s contract with King County to bring energy efficient heat pumps to hundreds of residents of North Highliner Highline and Skyway.  

In addition to their beauty, parks also help make communities like North Highline more livable by protecting them from the damaging effects of climate change.  NHUAC recently wrote a letter supporting an effort to protect North SeaTac Park. It said, in part:  “We are writing to urge you to…permanently protect and perpetuate this park… North SeaTac Park offers rare access to nature…. our physical, emotional, and community health are tied to accessible green spaces…Urban green spaces provide critical habitat and land upon which air and surface water pollutants are filtered.  They also mitigate the urban heat island effect.  North SeaTac Park is a collective natural backyard for those of us not fortunate enough to have one….”  Please join NHUAC and King County’s David Kimmett, who has been working on adding much needed greenspace to North Highline.   

Knowledge is power.

Learn, share, and help make North Highline a healthier community.

April 6, 2023 at 7 pm – Invite Your Neighbors!

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