What is Microsurfacing?
Microsurfacing is a protective seal coat which extends the life of pavement. It is a thin, tough layer of asphalt emulsion blended with finely crushed stone for traction.
This is a cost-effective method to renew the road surface and seal minor cracks and other irregularities. This preventive maintenance process protects the pavement from moisture penetration and oxidation.
Similar to painting a house, microsurfacing creates a protective layer which preserves the underlying structure and prevents the need for more expensive repairs in the future.
Microsurfacing is seeing growing use by transportation agencies, including SDOT.
Location: MEADOWBROOK COMMUNITY CENTER
Yes for Homes Campaign will make a short presentation in favor of the upcoming Seattle Housing Levy vote.
Richard Anderson will discuss the pros and cons of the so called “Removing Barriers to Backyard Cottages and Accessory Dwelling Units” rule which is being proposed by CM O’Brian.
Pam Bowe will discuss the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and the proposed zoning changes for Lake City Way and surrounding areas. Continue reading
- raise awareness for community members and families who might not know that the boundary changes are happening, and that their school assignment might be effected.
- it’s important to know what the impact will be at the school level. Kim McCormick and Kevin Hilman will be giving an updated version of a presentation previously given to the LCNA. This event will give people a chance to get that detailed information about the impacts on our neighborhood schools.
- to understand what will happen at Cedar Park Elementary, as diversity is reduced from area schools, high-needs populations will be placed concentrated at Cedar Park. This school will also be over-enrolled, with concerns on the capacity of the building to cater to the school population.
We look forward to seeing you there and being part of the discussion.
News release from City of Seattle, Seattle City Council
Report prepared for the Seattle City Council
Removing Barriers to Backyard Cottages & Accessory Dwelling Units
Councilmember O’Brien’s bill makes a series of changes to the existing backyard cottage and mother-in-law unit building code. Here is a link to changes. The legislation ( draft) to increase the housing supply by encouraging low-impact housing options that fit within the scale and character of Seattle’s single-family neighborhoods.
Joann Kerr has invited you to the event ‘Skills Mob! Start of something new…’ on Sustainable NE Seattle!
Time: June 4, 2016 from 10am to 1pm
Location: Hunter Tree Farm Gathering Place, next to the post office on 35th Ave NE
Organized By: Joann Kerr
This will be a fun learning activity. Please share it throughout your social networks. We look forward to a great start to a new program.
Meadowbrook Community Center 7PM-8:45PM
I’m pretty excited about our upcoming May 10th meeting which is shaping up to be quite interesting. For our featured agenda item, we will have a family friendly slide presentation by Plant-for-the-Planet youth Climate Ambassadors and Michael Foster, founder Plant-for-the-Planet U.S.A. They will explore climate change challenges, opportunities and the actionsfamilies can take during this significant time in history.
“Our generation is the first to feel the effects of climate change, and the last who can do something about it.” President Obama
Now that we have our annual elections behind us and the new bylaws approved, the MCC Sidewalks Committee has been busy applying for Neighborhood Park and Street Fund (NPSF) and Neighborhood Street Fund grants (NSF). We will report of our successes and ongoing efforts at this next meeting.
Our re-certification package that we submitted to NDC was accepted, no problems. Meadowbrook and Wedgwood CCs have joined forces to pursue a greenways project on 32nd Ave Ne and I’m still exploring ways to do some community service work in the LaVilla Natural with Meadowbrook CC members. Standing reports on the garden, crime and the website will also be presented and ideas on topics for future meetings in 2016 will, as always, be welcome. Agendas will be available at the meeting. Mark your calendars– Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Dan Keefe, President
This information is from Washington Secretary of State Elections Division
2016 Presidential Primary
*Post courtesy of Susan George, Broadview Resident and Community Leader*
Key Dates for the Presidential Primary and Party Caucuses
February 20 – Washington State Republican Party Caucuses (for more info: www.wsrp.org)
March 26 – Washington State Democratic Party Caucuses (for more info: www.wa-democrats.org)
April 9 – Military and overseas ballots mailed for the Presidential Primary
April 25 – Deadline to register by mail or online, or update your registration
May 6 – Presidential Primary 18-day voting period begins / regular ballots mailed
May 16 – Deadline for new Washington state voter registration (in person only)
May 24 – Presidential Primary
Join us for the 2016 Arts North Studio Tour in North Seattle. The Spring tour is on April 30th & May 1st, from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Visit 11 art studios hosting guest artists. View artwork and artisan creations. Chat with artists, learn more about the creative process!