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If you don't have to work on Thursday morning at 9:30 AM (or can get the time off), and want to be heard on this issue -



SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT and NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE AGENDA
Thursday, June 7, 2007
9:30 a.m.

Members:
Sally J. Clark, Chair
Richard J. McIver, Vice Chair
Jan Drago, Member
Peter Steinbrueck, Alternate

Staff:
Edna Shim, Legislative Assistant
LaTonya Brown, Legislative Assistant
David Yeaworth, Legislative Assistant

Committee Chair Telephone: 206-684-8802
Council Meeting Listen Line: 206-684-8566

E-mail: sally.clark@seattle.gov
Home Page: http://www.cityofseattle.net/council/clark

The Council's Chambers and offices are physically accessible; print and communications access provided on request.
Call 206-684-8888 (TDD: 206-233-0025) for further information.


1. Chair's Report
(5 minutes)
BRIEFING

2. Public Comment
(10 minutes)

3. Director's Report - Office of Economic Development
Presenter: Susan Shannon, Executive Director, Office of Economic Development
(10 minutes)
BRIEFING

4. C.F. 308584
Appointment of Lester T. Liggins as member, Seattle Indian Services
Commission Council, for a term of confirmation to April 17, 2010.
Presenters: Camille Monzon, Executive Director, Seattle Indian Center;
Carol Peloza and Michael Marshall, Seattle Indian Services Commission
(10 minutes)
DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE VOTE

5. Station Area Planning - Columbia City Station. An update on Sound
Transit LINK Light Rail construction in the Rainier Valley and review of the
Station Area Plan for the Columbia City Station in Rainier Beach. Third in
a monthly series focusing on station area development.
Presenters: Nora Liu, Office of Policy and Management;
Calvin Chow, Seattle Department of Transportation;
Ed Rose, Seattle Housing Authority; Michael Jenkins, Council Central Staff
(15 minutes)
BRIEFING

6. Neighborhoods and and Nightlife
Presenters: Mike Fong and Ketil Freeman, Council Central Staff
(30 minutes)
BRIEFING

7. Broadway/Capitol Hill Update
Presenters: Paul Dwoskin, Broadway Video; Chip Ragen, Ragen & Associates;
Chuck Weinstock, Capitol Hill Housing; Michael Wells, Bailey Coy Books;
Susan Shannon, Executive Director and Erika Lim, Office of Economic Development;
Scott McColl, Council Central Staff.
(20 minutes)
BRIEFING


I have to work tomorrow morning, so I can't go. But I thought at least one of you might be able to give a shout out for the clubs, want to, and not be aware it is happening.

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