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Seattle Womens Commission Meeting Agendas

The Seattle Women's Commission conducted an informal electronic survey last month of more than 120 individuals and representatives of community groups. We asked: What do you believe are the most pressing issues facing women in Seattle? The information we received will be used to help our commission draft a 2012 work plan. See attached letter regarding our letter to the mayor regarding our findings of our community survey. Our results were also sent to the City Council.

Correspondence

Letter of appreciation to city council members - for the support given to our communities of women and families this budget season.

Letter to Mayor McGinn - Women in senior leadership positions within Seattle City government

Letter to city council - Mayor's Proposed Budget

Letter to Seattle Police Department Chief - Handling of domestic violence incidences

Letter to city council - Proposed SweatFree Ordinance

Legislative Advocacy

Support for Housing Levy Renewal (2002)

Fee Waivers for Stalking Victims (2002)

Support Funding for Prostitution Counseling (2002)

Womens Health Reports

Status of Seattle Women’s Health Report (2005)

The Health of Seattle Women (2005)

Summit Reports

2007 Seattle Summit

2005 Seattle Summit

2003 Seattle Summit

2002 Seattle Summit

Work Plans

2012 Workplan

2011 Workplan

2010 Workplan

2009 Workplan

2008 Workplan

2007 Workplan

2006 Workplan

2005 Workplan

2004 Work Plan

2003 Work Plan

2002 Work Plan

Newsletters

Volume 16, #1 - Fall 2000

Volume 15, #2 - Fall/Winter 1999

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