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Sep. 11, 2018 @ 7:00 PM at the The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
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Apr. 11, 2017 Meeting Minute
Terry Deno opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. 35 attendees

Good news! The Hearings Board dismissed the appeal by Morningside Investments. This is a third time win for us. If there is another appeal, it would have to go to the Superior and then the Appellate court.

He spoke about the road project in progress on Woodside east of Indian Trail Rd. Calming circles are being constructed at intersections to help control the speed of vehicles on Woodside.

Trees are being removed at the site for the Barns Rd. Project. Construction is expected to begin in June and completed by Fall.

Mel Neil reported a balance of $5,924.67 in the account. At this time we have no more legal bills owing.
The Annual Neighborhood Garage Sale is Sat. June 17th. Flyers will be available at Albertsons and Adelos.

Nominations for new officers for the NITNC council will be accepted at our next meeting.
The positions available will be Chairman, Vice-Chair ,Secretary and Treasurer.

We have applied for two grants for our neighborhood. 1. A speed radar sign to be placed on Shawnee close to Indian Trail Rd. to increase the safety for students walking to and from Woodridge school.
2. Sidewalks to be installed on Indian Trail Rd. from Bedford out to the bus turn around.
There will be a temporary speed trailer placed on Shawnee hopefully the last two weeks of May.

Mark Davies said that the city is seeking input from the public regarding improvements for the snow removal plan. There is an on line survey available for feedback until April 25. Go to City of Spokane 2017 Snow Response Survey.

There was some discussion regarding funding for sidewalk improvements in the city.
There will be an initiative on the Oct./ Nov. Ballot. We donít have many sidewalks in our neighborhood so we are in the minority.

Lisa Woodard gave a presentation on the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency. They monitor and address outdoor air quality and pollution. She said that there is grant funding available for replacing old wood stoves. This money will be available until June 15th. For more information go to:

Candace Mumm mentioned the cougar that has been sited on the east side of Indian Trail in the 5-mile area. She suggested people not leave dog food outside and be cautious when walking small dogs.

Douglas has 30 days to appeal the rejection of his latest appeal by the Hearings Board.

The City Council sent a letter to Mayor Condon requesting permission to hire more police officers. Staffing has been an issue resulting in too much overtime and scheduling problems. Spokane is behind other cities in regarding number of officers.

Terry reminded us that items for the curb side pickup need to be placed out by 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday April 18th. Everything must be in bags and nothing over 25 lbs.

The meeting was closed at 8:15.
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