Property valuations, Let's Move Seattle and public benefits at Tuesday’s SLU Community Council meeting at MOHAI

ImageJoin your neighbors Tuesday afternoon at the South Lake Union Community Council October meeting at the Museum of History and Industry as we hear about SLU property valuations from King County Assessor Lloyd Hara, are briefed by Let's Move Seattle on the upcoming Proposition 1 transportation ballot measure and are updated on the public benefits status of the City of Seattle’s vacation of the Broad Street corridor. The meeting gets underway at 4 p.m. All are welcome! King County is the 13th largest county in the U.S. and grew at the second fastest rate amongst large urban counties in America. If you’re interested in property data in the neighborhood, development, real estate trends and valuations or senior/disabled property exemptions, county assessor Hara will provide an update on property values in the region and a live demonstration of LocalScape, a new interactive data portal to track area and property value changes online.

With Let’s Move Seattle, voters will have an opportunity this November to renew our transportation levy to help fund new transportation choices to relieve congestion, take care of the infrastructure we have, and focus on safety – all with immediate impacts on the South Lake Union Community.

Read the SLU Community Council October 2015 Agenda.

Bring a friend and join us at 4 p.m. this Tuesday!

WHAT: South Lake Union Community Council October Meeting

WHEN: Tuesday, October 6, 2015 (4 p.m.)

WHERE: Museum of History and Industry, 860 Terry Ave. North, Seattle, WA 98109

WHY: Meet your neighbors and discuss issues important to South Lake Union and Cascade Neighborhoods

AGENDA: South Lake Union Community Council October 2015 Agenda

GETTING THERE: Take the Seattle Street Car to the Lake Union Park stop, walk, bike or park in street-side public parking along Valley Street and Westlake Ave.