SOUTH LAKE UNION -- Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole joined in a community conversation with over 60 neighbors at the South Lake Union Community Council's monthly meeting, Tuesday, January 6 at the The Museum of History and Industry. The gathering was the best-attended meeting in the history of the South Lake Union Community Council. Make plans to join the Community Council on Tuesday, February 3 as representatives from Seattle Department of Transportation and King County METRO will answer your questions on the impact of voter-approved funding on bus routes and service in the neighborhood. The monthly meeting will also include an update from SDOT on its Construction Hub program in the neighborhood while a representative from our local Terry & Republican Starbucks, will share his company's programs that are available to support SLU non-profits and community events. Coffee and baked goods will be served. Join us!
WHAT: South Lake Union Community Council Monthly Meeting WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 3 (4 p.m.) WHERE: Museum of History and Industry (860 Terry Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109) WHY: Meet your neighbors and learn about bus service and non-profit and event support by local companies LEARN MORE: SLUCommunityCouncil.org
Photo Credit: Aaron Briggs / SLU Chamber of Commerce