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Nov. 18, 2011 Meeting Minute
North Indian Trail Neighborhood Council November 8, 2011
At 7 p m at The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
8441 North Indian Trail Road

NITNC MEETING MINUTES 11-08-2011
Curt Fackler, Chairman, welcomed 50 attendees from surrounding areas to consider our neighborhoods’ issues.

Jim Bakke, Community Assembly Representative, spoke of an impending vote on zoning proposals:
- Type 2 or Conditional Use Permits for less than 325 acres use
- Type 3 Planning Use Permits which are generally used by churches and schools
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Jim asked for a “vote of confidence” to support the modification of these use permits with consideration of the parking spaces they would require. John Dietzman motioned to support and Tom Scott seconded the motion and it passed by a voice count.

Walt Jones reported on the COPs NITNC patrols during Halloween showed the children were having a wonderful time and many homes had very inventive ideas to entertain them. NOP reports: Burglary (1); Drugs (1) Malicious Mischief (5); Theft (1); vehicle Theft (1) counted in our neighborhood.

Teri Deno, Neighborhood Cleanup Coordinator reports there were 50 passes dispensed for Neighborhood Clean up for 4.14 tons of which 10 tons was clean green. Again in April NITNC will feature this program to keep our NITNC clean and green. Expenditures were $347.82 leaving a balance of 835.88 in our account.

Spokane Facilities District (five person Board): Stephanie Conran and Mick McDowell spoke of plans to complete the Spokane Convention Center. The included enhancements are: shoreline Kayak bays, 750 additional convention arena seats to allow contiguous exposure for Vendors. Mick McDonald (builder) explained the 82 K expanded exhibit hall with 48 volley ball courts and 100 K additional sq ft to the Exhibit hall as new attractions being sought by large convention bookers. Estimates for added revenues from the impact of these revisions are upward of $173 million per year. 800 new jobs to add to the existing 2,200 jobs in the hospitality and construction industries are projected. Real estate, restaurants and hotels could benefit from these improvements.

Kim Knight and Kristen Janosick a CHASE Bank personnel attended our meeting with details of the banks hours.

Steve Weitensteiner of A CUT ABOVE Pruning Service, Inc. presented his business card to the assembly of NITNC.

Curt Fackler acknowledged our former City Council President and Steve Corker as attendees at tonight’s meeting.

The meeting was adjourned by Curt Fackler to reconvene on the 10th of January in 2012.

Respectfully Submitted
Patty Shadden
 
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