October 3, 2016 recap
On October 3, approximately 70 Redmond residents joined Mayor Marchione and City Council for the third and final Neighborhood Conversation of 2016 at Horace Mann Elementary. Thanks so much to all of you who spread the word, showed up and shared your thoughts and ideas.
The councilmembers fielded questions ranging from growth and affordable housing to traffic and safety on the roads for both pedestrian and cyclists.
The questions that the Mayor and Council weren’t able to be address due to time constraints—along with the ones that required additional input from City staff—are in the process of being answered.
Check back soon for a more detailed recap.
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Recent Meetings Recap
Redmond Elementary, School Gymnasium
Monday, May 23
We had a very engaged and informed group of people at the Redmond Elementary Neighborhood Conversation. The meeting was focused on questions from the residents and included everything from traffic, street improvements and Downtown housing projects to the new community and aquatics center, affordable housing and homelessness.
Audubon Elementary, School Gymnasium
Thursday, April 28
We had a roomful of people for the inaugural Neighborhood Conversation
at Audubon Elementary. The meeting was focused on questions from the
residents, and included everything from traffic/street improvements,
overcrowding at LWSD, drainage issues and bus service needs to
affordable housing, homelessness, improving parking at Idylwood, and
keeping single-family residence zoning.