Early this morning, the Capitol Hill Community Council sent an email to our contacts list. Below is the email that outlines the update for the November General Meeting. It will still take place at 6:30 p.m. and begin at Cal Anderson Park Shelter House, however, our council and Central Seattle Greenways invite the community to walk with us, similar to the Mayor’s Find It, Fix It walks, along the future Denny Greenway to Garfield Community Center for the city’s housing affordability forum.
The following is the email sent this morning:
Hello Capitol Hill Community Council subscribers,
Please read carefully as we are doing something unique this month!
Thursday, November 20
Cal Anderson shelter house
Our meeting will begin as usual at 6:30pm, but promptly at 6:40pm, we will be walking to Garfield Community Center to attend the community open house on housing affordability. To get there, we will walk as a group along E Denny Way, the route of the future Denny greenway. For those unable to walk the route, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will help arrange transportation to Garfield CC.
If you are new to greenways or want to know more about the Denny greenway please join us! This will be a great opportunity for you to help make our neighborhood streets safer for people of all ages and abilities. Central Seattle Greenways will join us and will be collecting your concerns and ideas about the street and sidewalk conditions along the route.
Once at Garfield Community Center, we of course encourage you to share your thoughts at the open house.
See you Thursday at 6:30pm at Cal Anderson shelter house!
We hope to see all of you at this week’s “meeting!”
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