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Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 9:44 a.m.
Browne’s Addition is scheduled to be plowed Thursday, January 12 and Friday, January 13 as the City continues to plow all residential streets.
Browne’s Addition plow schedule:
Thursday, January 12, 9 a.m., north and south streets Friday, January 13, 9 a.m., east and west streets
Signs will be placed at the entrances of Browne’s Addition announcing the plowing schedule. No parking is in place for Browne’s Addition during the plow schedule to allow room for the plows. Cars not moved off the street will be towed.
Mayor Condon declared a Stage 2 snow event at his 10:30 a.m. media briefing Monday, January 9 prompting an all-City plow. The city has more than 2,200 residential lane miles and over 760 arterial lane miles. A full City plow takes approximately 4 days to complete. The snow map for residential plowing is updated regularly and can be viewed here. A Stage Two Snow Event is declared when: Six inches of snow are on the ground and more are anticipated during the current snow event.
Please join us at the January General Meeting of your Neighborhood Council this Wednesday evening, January 4, at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. We Start at 6:30pm on the dot, and we will be outta there by 8. The agenda is attached, but most importantly we will be voting for the Executive Committee Officers that keep this chaos make sense to you.
That brings me to the next item...
This will be my last post of the year, and my last post as your Neighborhood's Communications Officer. It's been fun, and I'm sad to be leaving. I am stepping down, effective January 5, 2017 for personal reasons. You might say that I need some "Tim Time". Drop by the meeting to say hello/goodbye. -Tim
Your Browne's Addition Neighborhood Council is very pleased to announce that we will be holding our December Holiday Gathering in the Historic EJ Roberts Mansion, located at 1923 W First Ave. in the Browne's Addition Neighborhood.
Mark your calendar for December 7, 2016, 6:30pm - 8:00pm.
You are encouraged to bring a food dish, and or your favorite beverage.
A very special Thank-You goes out to Mary Moltke and her staff for this gracious invitation.
**Please note the change of venue for this gathering**
Elections over? Not so fast.... Your Neighborhood Council will hold it's elections on January 4, 2017. We promise that we will take it easy on you. No mud slinging, no threats of prosecution, no promises of building walls. We need a few good folks to fill some very important positions on the Executive Committee. This is your chance to get involved in guiding the direction of your neighborhood. We need to fill the positions of Secretary and Communications Officer, as these positions are being vacated. Though these positions are up for grabs, all positions can be challenged. Chair, Vice-chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Communications Officer, and several positions as Member(s) at Large. If you feel like you would like to get involved and join the team, be at our January 4, 2017 General Meeting and let us know.
Arts Grants Awards SAGA seeks to enrich our artistic vitality and
cultural vibrancy within our city. To support this overarching mission,
SAGA's goal is simple. To serve as a catalyst to foster a robust,
healthy arts community where artists, non-profit arts and culture, and
creative industries thrive. Together, we can tell the story about how
the arts enliven Spokane.
The new grants program will begin in January of 2017.
Arts will be presenting information on the new granting program, made
possible by the Admissions Tax Ordinance, Spokane Arts Grants Awards
SAGA. We are seeking artists of all disciplines, arts and community
organizations to provide feedback about what is important to you! We
will be hosting two one-hour repeat sessions on November 15 at 11:00 am
to noon or 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox.
Admission is FREE but seating is limited. Get your FREE tickets here.