|Jan. 9, 2018 @ 7:00 PM at the The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
|Oct. 10, 2017 Meeting Minute
|NITNC Meeting Minutes 10 – 10 – 2017
Terry Deno opened the meeting at 7:00 p. m. 35 attendees
The Morningside case is still in the Appellate Court. No new information.
Barnes Road is aimed to be completed by Oct. 27th.
Jeanine McKinney reported a balance of $6,784.67 in the account. The 2nd collection at the last meeting totaled $123. This will go to the P.O.P. church towards extra funding for the Summer Concert Series in the park.
Mel Neil gave the report for the Community Assembly.
Some of the $500 Grant money we received was used to purchase 2 Banners that can be displayed outside to advertise our meetings at the church and at the park during the concerts.
There will be a Neighborhood Forum held on Oct. 17 from 6-8 p.m. at the West Central Community Center. The topic will be Sex Offenders in our Community. Moderator will be Melissa Luck, KXLY.
Officer Doug Strohsal said that there have been no reported crimes in our neighborhood lately.
Terry reminded everyone of the Neighborhood Clean Up on Oct. 17th. All items must be in boxes or bags. Nothing over 25#. No garbage carts will be accepted. Items need to be out to the curb by 6 a.m.
Candace Mumm reported there is still some discussion regarding the speed limit for the new Barnes Rd.
It was designed for 30 mph but considering the steep grade and curves, 25 mph might be better.
The Mayor’s Office and City Council have been working together to develop a Strategic Plan to set goals and priorities for the City. More detailed information can be found at StrategicPlan@SpokaneCity.org.
There will be an Open House to present preliminary concepts to accommodate storm water and improve Downriver Park along the river. It will be held Tues. Oct 17th from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Downriver Golf Course Clubhouse. The public is encouraged to comment on line.
Angel Spell updated us on the Free Tree Give Away. There are 200 trees left out of 1,000.
Trees will be delivered free (one per household). More information at www.arborday.org/spokane.
She encouraged everyone to enjoy the Fall Leaf Festival on Sat. Oct 28th at Finch Arboretum from 11:00-2:00 p.m.
Luis Garcia (Neighborhood Services and Code Enforcement) spoke about the new Snow Removal Plan for the city beginning this winter. There was a good response from the citizens to the surveys. They are implementing some new ideas and adding some equipment to help improve the response to snow conditions. The 3 priorities will be school routes (buses and walking), STA stops and routes, and medical facilities.
Kathy Husted has been working to up-date the Business Directory that is available at all the meetings.
Terry mentioned that parts are still on order for the slide at Pacific Park. It may be ready by next Spring.
The Prince of Peace Fall Craft Fair is Sat. Nov. 4th.
Terry closed the meeting at 8:20 p.m. The next meeting will be Nov. 14th.
NITNC Income and Expense Statement January 1, 2017 to Sept 30, 2017
Meeting donations 218.00
POP Concert Donations 123.00
Yard Sale Income 942.00
Yard Sale Grant City of Spokane 265.70
Total Income $1,548.70
Bank fees 15.00
Facility fee (Prince of Peace) 225.00
Concert donations to POP 123.00
Yard Sale Expense
Advertising Expense 57.00
Printing Expense 208.70
Total Expense $628.70
Net Income $920.00
Bank balance at 12/31/16 $5864.67
Net Income at 9/30/2017 920.00
Reconciled bank balance at 9/30/2017 $6784.67