Please join us for our last Montlake Community Club board meeting of the 2018-2019 year on Tuesday, June 11 at the Boyer Children’s Clinic. We will have special guests in attendance. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will have a short presentation about segment 2 of the 23rd Avenue Vision Zero Project. They are in the design phase and would like to solicit community feedback. This project will directly impact the business district of Montlake. One proposed design element is an enhanced pedestrian crosswalk at and E. Lynn Street and 24th Ave E. You can read more about it here.
We will also have 3 of the 6 candidates running for District 3 City Council seat: Pat Murakami, Logan Bowers, and Ami Nguyen. Orion Egan and Zachary DeWolf both have campaign kick-off events on the night of our meeting so can’t make it. We have not heard back from Kshama Sawant’s campaign at this time. We have prepared questions revolving around the SDOT projects (Vision Zero and traffic mitigation from the SR-520 project), public transit cuts that impact Montlake, and city oversight of the SR-520 project.
The meeting is held in the basement of the Boyer Children’s Clinic, which can be accessed via the parking garage on E. Howe Street. The city will have a small display set up starting at 6:30 and the meeting will start promptly at 7pm. You can also purchase Montlake Gear before the meeting.