TONIGHT: Concerned about moving to North Highline? Don’t miss tonight’s briefing
Online tonight at 6 p.m., a briefing on anti-displacement strategies in two of King County’s unincorporated urban areas – including ours:
King County Executive (forwarded) final report on Skyway-West Hill and North Highline anti-displacement strategies to King County Council on Thursday, September 30.
The Department of Community and Social Services and the Department of Local Services are jointly hosting a community briefing on Wednesday, October 6 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to present the report’s final recommendations, next steps, and future opportunities for participation community.
The event will be registered for anyone who cannot attend.
All members of the Skyway-West Hill and North Highline community are welcome to join this briefing, even if you have not attended previous sessions. Because we have limited time for this meeting, it will be important for participants to familiarize themselves with the anti-displacement strategies that have been considered.
Here are a few ways to do it:
-Visit www.publicinput.com/anti-déplacement to learn more about this project and the envisaged strategies.
– Check out our Anti-Displacement Strategy Toolkit – this toolkit contains slides from previous workshop sessions and helpful written explanations of each strategy.
If you have time, you can also watch the recorded sessions of the Anti-Displacement Workshop.
The recommendations in this report provide a concrete path forward in King County’s efforts to tackle historic divestment and structural racism in two diverse and culturally rich neighborhoods. We look forward to sharing the contents of the report and discussing the implementation work that lies ahead!
We hope you will join us for this important reunion and share this opportunity with others who live and work at Skyway-West Hill and North Highline!
For questions or more information on the Anti-Displacement Strategies Report Community Briefing on October 6, please contact Isaac Horwith at [email protected].
If you haven’t already registered to participate, this is who to email to get the link to participate – although previous announcements indicated Monday as the registration deadline, the event page says it’s not too late to register by email.
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