11/29/18 SCC Neighborhood Meeting

You may view the full meeting notes here.

Highlights from the Meeting:

  1. The BIG highlight from this meeting is that the college will need to come up with a plan and pay for improvements to the 5/6 way intersection of Greenwood Ave N, Innis Arden Way, and 160th They will need to build out improvements by six years from occupancy of the student housing, which is six years from Fall 2019, so by 2025. Thank you Shoreline Community College!
  2. SCC will also need to pay for and construct sidewalk improvements from the main entrance along the north side of Innis Arden Way to Greenwood Avenue N, then along the east side of Greenwood Avenue N to 160thStreet, and along the north side of 160thdown to Dayton Avenue. They are currently working with the city to establish a design for the intersection improvements so they don’t repeat work.

3/30/18 HTNA Meeting with SCC

HTNA Representative, Lindsey Virdeh, met with Mary Brueggeman, Vice President for Advancement/Shoreline Community College Foundation Executive Director on March 30, 2018 to get some updates from the College.

Some highlights:

  1. The next Neighborhood Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday June 13th at 6:30 – 8:00 PM in Room 9208 in the PUB, Building 9000.
  2. The ground breaking and construction of the new residential dorm will hopefully begin in May 2018.
  3. SIFF is coming to the SCC campus May 25th through June 2nd.

Full notes are available here.

Wanted: Books, Movies, Music CD’s for the annual book, music and movie sale !!

Sale is part of the Swingin’ Summer Eve
Wednesday, July 19, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Cromwell Park: 18030 Meridian Ave N

Sponsored by the City of Shoreline in partnership with the Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Arts Council. Join us for a family friendly mid-summer festival at Cromwell Park. There will be games, face painting, a used book sale, live music and food trucks. Minimal fee for some activities and food.

Each neighborhood association can participate in this book sale event to raise funds for their neighborhood association.

Highland Terrace hasn’t yet hit the $200 mark so let’s set that as our goal . … clear the shelves, ask your friends, set up a contribution box at your work place … let’s gather books!

Drop-off places for donated books, movies, music:
115 NW 159th: picnic basket
16103 Evanston Ave N: white basket on front porch
16309 N Park Ave N: plastic bin in front of garage
15514 Greenwood Ave N: put under bench on porch

The sale has a large section for children plus categories that include video games, gardening, hobbies, art and sports + music and movie CD’s.

Not collected (considered unsalable): General reference/education, Computer and internet, Self-help, Religion, copyright before year 2002