CENTRAL AREA NEIGHBORHOODS DISTRICT COUNCIL
Date Thursday, February 14, 2013Time 6 – 7:30 p.m.LocationCentral Area Senior Center, 500 – 30
Ave. S.Voting Member OrganizationsDelegate(s)AttendedXReport/Update12
Avenue Neighborhood PlanStewardship CommitteeBill ZoselAfrican American Veterans Groupof Washington StateRobert Stephens, Jr.XReported that the Garfield Superblock has applied for Bridging the Gapfunds.Black Dollar Days Task ForceLottie CrossXAnnounced the open house for a newly refurbished house on 123 21stAvenue that will offer 2 rental units will take place on Sunday,February 23, at 4 p.m.Cheryl PetersonCD AssociationDerryl DurdenEan EisenbergXCentral Area Chamber of CommerceDeCharlene WilliamsXExpressed opposition regarding the name change from CAMP (CentralArea Motivation Program) to Centerstone. Shared concern andopposition to proposed name changes for the Douglass-Truth Libraryand the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center.Central Area Cultural ArtsCommissionAdrienne BaileyXCentral Area DevelopmentAssociation (CADA)Thurston Muskelly, Pres.XGeorge StaggersEast Precinct Advisory Council(EastPAC)Stephanie TschidaJoanna CullenXJackson Place Community Council(JPCC)Bill BradburdXThe JPCC would be getting involved in discussions on the siting of theLight Rail Rainier/I-90 station. The JPCC will also be sponsoring itsannual Spring Clean Event in April.Paul CraneRyan CurrenJudkins Park Community Council(JPCC)Eudora Lowery-CarterXVince reported that the Seattle Police Department (SPD) is proposing a program to install markers in various locations in the city that wouldhonor fallen SPD officers.Vince FurfaroXLeschi Community Council (LCC)Diane SnellCarver Gayton will speak about his great grandfather’s escape fromslavery at the February 6 meeting of the LCC. The meeting begins at7:30 p.m., at the Central Area Senior Center, 500 30
Avenue S.Diane MorrisXMadrona Community CouncilSusan MinogueXReported that the principal and parents of Madrona K-8 are opposed toa proposal to remove a bus stop across the street from the school; alsoreported that Seattle School Boardmember Kay Smith-Blum is proposing to redraw the boundaries for Madrona K-8 and a meeting isscheduled for Tuesday, March 5, 6:30 p.m., to discuss the proposal.Mr. Holly Smith Northwest African AmericanMuseum (NAAM)Stephanie Johnson-ToliverXFebruary is “Black History Month” and urged everyone to check the NAAM’s website athttp://www.naamnw.org/ for a list of activities and
events.Squire Park Community Council(SPCC)Kiku HayashiXReported that the SPCC will be weighing in on the Swedish HospitalMaster Plan process.Joy Jacobson Non-Voting Members/ParticipantsColman Neighborhood Association(CNA)Meg Olsen\Knox Gardner Madison Valley CommunityCouncil (MVCC)Lindy WishardDepartment of NeighborhoodsStan LockXStan provided an overview of the Neighborhood Matching Fund LargeProjects Fund (NMF-LPF) process for 2013. Stan emphasized that the2013 process has been finalized but NMF staff will be soliciting inputfrom the public on how to improve the process for 2014 and beyond.Applications are due May 6. The CANDC will assemble a review panel and select a representative to serve on the NMF Citywide ReviewTeam (CRT) once it is determined whether or not applications have been submitted from the Central Area.