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May. 8, 2018 Meeting Minute
NITNC Meeting Minutes May 8, 2018 30 Attendees

Terry Deno opened the meeting at 7:00 pm.
Results of Spring Neighborhood Clean Up: 11.4 tons of garbage was picked up. The cost was $2,674.70.
There is still $4,000 available for a Fall Pick Up.
A mobile street speed sign has been placed on Indian Trail on the East side. It will record the speed of traffic for 2 weeks. Then it will be positioned on the West side for 2 weeks. The information gathered will be submitted to the city and compared to other areas of the city.
Reminder: The deadline for signing up for participation in the Annual Yard Sale is June 9th.
Mark Davies presented the Community Assembly update.
A Family Bike Ride is planned at Chief Gary Park on May 12th at 1:00 pm.
There was a city infill briefing. The City is considering some changes to the infill ordinance, city wide. There will be open discussion in June. Nathan Gwinn will speak on this ordinance at our June meeting.
Crime Report: Sargent Richard Carrol reported a decrease in the number of garage burglaries in our neighborhood recently. More residents are remembering to keep their garage doors closed.
He mentioned that 70% of vehicle prowlings are preventable. He cautioned to not leave anything of value in your car.
DeAnne Wilfong, of Smooth Transitions, presented some very good information on hints for Downsizing and Estate Dispersal. She also gave some great tips on how to reduce clutter. She offers short, inexpensive classes through Community Colleges of Spokane’s Act 2 Program.
Angel Spell spoke about the Neighborhood Free Tree Program. There were
500 trees available to residents in Spring and another 500 will be available for Fall. Many varieties are offered. Trees can be ordered on their website: Trees for Fall can be ordered in September and will be shipped in early October. Trees are delivered to your home.
Luis Garcia announced that the City of Spokane has launched a new option available for reporting issues to the city. In addition to dialing 311, residents can now go on line at for a live chat.
Terry ended the meeting at 8:00 pm
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