UPDATED, 4/25: City Council Neighborhood Conversation
I joined about 20 others to converse with our city Leaders. I asked them to describe our City of Redmond Vision. They all explained their personal Vision but not the City's. Only Hank Margeson vaguely recollected part of it. I was surprised 3 police officers and other police related staff were present for an audience of twenty. Their presence was a bit intimidating, squelched the conversation and IMO wasn't the best use of resources considering the recent rash of car prowls. Come share what's on your mind with your neighbors and elected leaders. Help spread the word! Refreshments and snacks may be provided, though this is not confirmed.
Einstein Elementary on Thursday, 4/13 starting at 6:15 pm. Arrive at 6PM to be assured your questions and comments are posted on the white board.
Rockwell Elementary School, Gymnasium. Thursday, March 30, 2017 On March 30, approximately 30 Redmond residents joined City Council for the first Neighborhood Conversation of 2017 at Rockwell Elementary. Councilmembers fielded questions ranging from hotel development and the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center lease to traffic and solutions for enabling residents to remain in Redmond as they age. The topic of Sound Transit was also addressed and included timelines for new stations and how north/south corridor traffic may be impacted.