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Feb. 14, 2017 Meeting Minute
NITNC Meeting Minutes
February 14, 2017
Attendees: 23


Terry Deno opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m.

The city attorney and our attorney are working together on our response to the Morningside SEPA Appeal. The hearing before the Wa. State Growth Management Board has until July 2nd, 2017. Our request to have Rick Eichstaedt intervene for our NITNC has been approved.

Mel Neil reported a balance of $5,864.67 in the NITNC account.
With the help from three member volunteers an audit was performed on Jan. 23rd, 2017. The account was found to be in order.
He ask for a vote to approve an application for $500.00 free grant money for our NITNC. These funds can be used towards costs of printing, handouts, yard sale expenses etc. The vote was unanimous with 23 yes votes.

The 2017 NITNC Yardsale is set for Sat. June 17, 8am-4pm.

Candace Mumm discussed how the city could improve the snow removal
efforts. The City Council is looking into the problems they have experienced this Winter. Do they need to buy more equipment, try new methods to help reduce the size and number of berms left behind? They are suggesting a Pilot Project for the Indian Trail area in the future.

The City Council is also asking to address the property crime increase in Spokane. They are asking for 2 Dept. of Corrections Officers for a two year program to supervise parolees with emphasis on property crimes--especially car break-ins.

The Barnes Road Project is set and ready to begin this Spring after the soil dries--about May 1st.

Angel Spell from the Spokane Urban Forestry Department gave a presentation. She is the Supervisor of the Public Park and Street trees in the City. She is in charge of the Neighborhood Tree Program. Free trees will be available for city residents this year again--limit of 2 trees/person.
There will be more information on this program later.

Our Resource Officer was not available, but State Patrol Trooper Troy Corkins emphasized the importance of notifying Crime Check if you are a victim of a crime, or if you see something suspicious in your neighborhood. If you can, take pictures, get license plate numbers and descriptions of vehicles.

The meeting was closed at 8:00 p.m.
 
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