SOUTH LAKE UNION -- Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw will join the South Lake Union Community Council for a neighborhood conversation during its regular monthly meeting, 4 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 2 at the Museum of History and Industry in Lake Union Park. “The South Lake Union community is honored to have Councilmember Bagshaw join us for a conversation about issues that are important to our neighborhood and to learn more about her work with the City Council,” said Mike McQuaid, president of the South Lake Union Community Council.
A resident of downtown Seattle, who along with her husband Brad, raised their children in Lake Forest Park, Councilmember Bagshaw serves in a variety of leadership roles with the Seattle City Council.
Councilmember Bagshaw chairs the Seattle Public Utilities Neighborhoods Committee, Select Committee on Parks Funding and Select Committee on Utility Strategic Planning and is Vice-Chair of the Education and Governance Committee.
She also serves on the Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, Budget – Select Committee, and the Central Waterfront, Seawall, and Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program – Select Committee while serving as an alternate on the city’s Finance and Culture Committee.
Councilmember Bagshaw is among a number of elected officials to join the South Lake Union Community Council for community discussions this year. Among them are Washington State Representatives Brady Walkinshaw (D-43rd) and Gael Tarleton (D-36th) while King County Councilmember Larry Phillips recently participated in the South Lake Union and Cascade neighborhood walking tour.
To learn more about issues and vision for the South Lake Union neighborhood, please visit the South Lake Union Community Council website.
To learn more about Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw, please visit her website at Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw.