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Council News Release

10/10/2008  10:10:00 AM
David Yeaworth, Clark Office, 206-684-8802

Councilmember Sally J. Clark


SEATTLE Councilmember Sally J. Clark seeks applicants for the Neighborhood Plan Advisory Committee (NPAC), a body recently created to advise and provide input to the neighborhood plan update process. The City Council is responsible for appointing four of the at-large seats on the 24-member committee, and Councilmember Clark is hoping for a great array of voices with a good mix of neighborhood knowledge, new passion, and a commitment to healthy communities. The application deadline is Wednesday, October 15, 2008.

The City Council recently enacted legislation that begins the neighborhood plans update process, and just as in the 1990s planning effort, a committee formed entirely of Seattle residents and business-people will advise the Department of Neighborhoods (DON) and Department of Planning and Development (DPD) regarding how to best conduct the updating process. The NPAC, DON and DPD will strategize how to conduct effective community outreach, engage underrepresented communities and prioritize planning areas. More information about NPACs other responsibilities are available on Councilmember Clarks website. Terms for the NPAC are one or two years.

    What: Applicants for the Neighborhood Plan Advisory Committee (NPAC)
    When: Applications accepted now through 5 p.m. on Wed., Oct. 15, 2008
    Who: Open to Seattleites interested in shaping the process to update neighborhood plans
    How: Applications and further instructions available on Councilmember Clarks website


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