Shoreline council appoints committee to write Pro statements for ShAARC

Friday, August 9, 2019

ShARCC design
Shoreline Aquatics, Recreation, and Community Center
At its meeting on Monday, August 5, 2019, the Shoreline City Council appointed three citizens to write the Pro statements for Shoreline Proposition 1: General Obligation Bonds for Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Improvements - the main part of which is the ShARCC (Shoreline Aquatics, Recreation, and Community Center).

They were selected from applications submitted to council.

The selected committee members are:
  • Susie McDowell, Shorewood swim coach and teacher at Echo Lake Elementary
  • Pam Cross, Hillwood Neighborhood Association, reporter for Shoreline Area News
  • Carolyn Hope, 2018 Shoreline Parks Funding Advisory Committee; Land Steward for Strandberg Preserve in Innis Arden; Park Planning and Cultural Arts Manager for the City of Redmond
The council was unable to create a committee to write the Con statement because no one applied.

Statements created by the Pro committee will appear in the November voters' pamphlet.


Kenrick August 9, 2019 at 8:58 AM  

The city of Shoreline should have a neutral position on this kind of votes to not influence one way or the other.
If the city cannot create a commit for both sides then they should not have any committee at all. Otherwise it will appear as if they are forcing one side over the other without caring about the other side.

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