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  • Katy Walum
    Sent from my iPhone ... Sent from my iPhone Begin forwarded message: From: Watson, Wendy Date: January 25, 2012 2:42:47 PM EST
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      From: "Watson, Wendy" <Wendy.Watson@...>
      Date: January 25, 2012 2:42:47 PM EST
      To: "Watson, Wendy" <Wendy.Watson@...>
      Subject: City Neighborhood Council presents Budget Conference this Sunday

      WHEN:  SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 12-5 P.M.


      Sponsored by Seattle’s City Neighborhood Council and Seattle Center, in cooperation with the Mayor, City Council, City Budget Office, and Department of Neighborhoods 
      Help Seattle City government kick off its two-year budget process!  Find out why budgeting matters and how to get involved in the decisions that affect you!  Join the Mayor, the Director of the City Budget Office, City Councilmembers, and representatives of more than 20 City departments in dialogue about Seattle's revenue and spending priorities.  
      The Sunday, Jan. 29 Community Budget Conference begins with a budget fair (noon to 1 p.m.) where you can talk one-on-one with agency representatives.  At 1 p.m. there will be addresses by Mayor Mike McGinn, City Council Budget chair Tim Burgess, and City Budget Director Beth Goldberg.  At 2 and 3 p.m. there will be presentation/discussion groups where you can hear and quiz officials from agencies large and small.  The conference will end with a 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. panel discussion among City Councilmembers. 
      Only once every two years can you engage on budget issues with such a wide range of City agencies and officials.  Invitees include those responsible for transportation, parks and recreation, utilities, libraries, neighborhoods, economic development, civil rights, ethics and elections, arts, health, human services, housing, firefighting, emergency preparedness, police, planning and development, and the Municipal Court, Seattle Center, Customer Service Bureau, Seattle Channel 21, and Seattle Animal Shelter.  


      Sunday’s conference is open to the public, free of charge, with snacks and beverages.  Seattle Channel 21 will record it for later video rebroadcast, and streaming video will also be available anytime on the City web site.  Interpretive services are available upon request.  Seattle Center’s Northwest Rooms are near the intersection of Republican Street and Warren Avenue, close to First Avenue North and Mercer Street.  On-street parking is free on Sundays.


      Don't miss the Community Budget Conference--Sunday, January 29, noon to 5 p.m. at Northwest rooms at Seattle Center!   For further questions:  (206) 322-5463, cleman@...; or credmond@....  The City Neighborhood Council is an official City of Seattle advisory body, composed of one representative from each of the thirteen district councils, which are also official advisory bodies.  For background about CNC and for the full conference agenda, see http://seattle.gov/neighborhoodcouncil.



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