Seattle Urban Forestry Commission Meeting

On Feb 12, 2014, the Seattle Urban Forestry Commission held a meeting to review a proposal from the Parks Department to put a mountain bike trail in Cheasty Greenspace. I attended to provide public testimony.

After some other business, a member of the Seattle  Parks Department presented the proposal to the Commission, via two PowerPoint presentations, which took up the major part of the meeting. Commission members asked a few questions.

The entire meeting is available online, via the Urban Forestry Commission website. Individual components are listed here:

The next Urban Forestry Commission meeting is March 5, where they hope to formulate and send on their recommendation to the Mayor and City Council. They are accepting public feedback, via their Contact page. Their meetings are always open to the public.

About Mark Ahlness

I am a retired teacher, with dreams of still making a difference.
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