Join Us for our FIRST board meeting of the New Year! Tues, 1/4, 7PM on Zoom

You’re invited to join us for our first board meeting of 2022 on Tuesday, January 4th at 7PM via Zoom (see meeting details below). Our agenda is a bit light, but is intended to allow for discussion on our 2022 work plan and how we implement all the good ideas we hope you help us come up with. The agenda may change a bit over the coming days, but the meeting will likely include time to discuss the following:

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Public comments
  • Review and approve past meeting minutes
  • Social equity check-in
  • Board Member Terms
  • Land-Use Committee check-in
    • QFC
    • US Bank site
    • AR Workshop
  • 2022 Work Plan and Implementation Strategy Discussion
    • Draft Work Plan
      • Increase Visibility and Engagement
        • Events (Picnic, Wedgwood Art Fest, more?)
        • Newsletter (e-newsletter and neighborhood-wide mailer)
        • Fundraising strategy
      • Transportation Issues
        • Sidewalks
        • NE 95th Street and Burke Gilman Trail community engagement
      • Parks Advocacy
      • Business District Advocacy, Website, and Map
  • Questions

Wedgwood Community Council is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: WCC’s January 2022 Zoom Board Meeting
Time: Jan 4, 2022 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 857 1452 2153
Passcode: WCC

6 Replies to “Join Us for our FIRST board meeting of the New Year! Tues, 1/4, 7PM on Zoom”

  1. I tried to join the meeting on zoom entering the meeting ID and the passcode WCC. They did not accept the passcode so I had to give up. I’m disappointed.

  2. Hi,
    I was wondering if there were any minutes from this meeting. I got the notice for the February meeting but never received anything on what happened in the January meeting.

    1. The draft meeting minutes for January are posted in our Google Drive, which is accessible via the About the WCC –> Cloud link in the header of our website.

        1. Apologies. We thought the permisssions with the link allowed anyone to view without needing to log-in. Hopefully the revised link fixes this.

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