Packed agenda for Richmond Beach Community Association meeting Apr 12

Sunday, March 27, 2011

By Tom Petersen

A very lively and full agenda is planned for the next Richmond Beach Community Association meeting. The April 12 gathering will return to its usual time and place: 7:30 p.m. in the basement of the Richmond Beach Congregational Church located at 1512 NW 195th.

Shoreline Parks Director Dick Deal will tell of the city’s summer activities, which include concerts, plays, parades, and sports and recreational opportunities and events for the whole family. He’ll also update the community on various parks projects, which have been ongoing but overshadowed by the attention given to the Point Wells controversy.

The Point Wells controversy is, of course, a top priority for Julie Underwood, Shoreline’s new City Manager. Ms. Underwood will come to Richmond Beach to get acquainted and stay up to the minute on the neighborhood’s concerns. She will also review Shoreline’s financial situation and tell the latest on other large city projects, like the Aurora corridor construction.

One of the City of Shoreline’s ongoing initiatives has been to develop and encourage green and sustainable business practices. To that end, the city is partnering with the nonprofit Sustainable Works organization. Richard Wells will distribute literature and speak about the educational programs Sustainable Works conducts and the assistance they have to offer to residents and businesses.

The meeting will also preview the Strawberry Festival and RBCA summer activities.

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